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- Golden Dry water-repellent treatment is applied to the sheath and core during construction for improved durability, water-resistance, and smoothness
- Dry Cover water repellent treatment is applied to sheath before the rope is built for a more thorough, uniform application
- Beal has teamed with non-profit organization Wood en Stock to plant a tree for every rope purchased in order to offer climbers an eco-conscious option
- An individual identification card helps you keep track of your rope after a busy day at the gym or crowded crag
- Clear black center mark helps you keep track of your slack
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Great 10.5mm rope!
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Teachnoogy has changed so much over the past few years in rope diameters, and the ability to take multiple falls on these smaller ropes, some might wonder why even buy a 10.5 mm rope in the first place. While I a in the market for a new rope and will not be buying anything over 10 mm, I have climbed consistently on this rope for the past 5 years and it has never given me a bad day!
For a 10.5 mm rope, this has an excellent hand,the Dry Cover makes it very durable and at 10.5, this rope can take some KN's.
Although my next rope will probably be a Sterling of a smaller diameter, I would not have any hesitation of purchasing another Beal in the future.
Good rope. I climb usually 3-5 times a week and have been using this rope, mostly for sport climbing. Stretch wasn't too dramatic on a lead fall. Don't rely on the "rope bag" it comes in. Its a total piece of crap and pretty much fell apart completely on about the 5th times I took this thing out. I tend to like ropes where the sheath pattern is different once you get to the middle point. I can see the black center mark blending in on this once the rope starts getting dirtier. I chose the 10.5 diameter in the hopes that this will last longer in terms of lots of toprope sessions and a few lead falls here and there.