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From extra-long slings to anchor systems to a campground slack line, look no further than a 30-foot length of versatile Blue Water Tubular Climb-Spec Webbing. The 1-inch-wide webbing provides superior strength, durability, and flexibility when compared to standard military-spec webbing, making it an ideal choice for climbing applications.

  • Tubular climb-spec webbing is superior to standard military-spec webbing in terms of strength, flexibility, and durability
  • High thread count and tight weave pattern increase abrasion resistance
  • Tensile strength of 4000 pounds makes climb-spec webbing ideal for climbing applications

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5 5

It's webbing...

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

For the most part, webbing is webbing. That being said, this met all of my expectations for a fair price.

4 5

Great color option in rust

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

It's hard to get really excited about webbing and for the most part the details that make one piece of webbing better than another are in the specs ...not visually noticeable. In this case, the rust color is great and very nice for the desert surroundings of Southern Utah. Rust color is less noticeable which many people appreciate.

4 5

30 ft webbing

I got this in the mail today and I order it for guiding anchors. It seems to be ordinary tubular webbing... I will re-post on durability in a couple months, but so far so good.

30 ft webbing

2-Ring Retrievable Anchor

This webbing is super useful for Rock Climbing as well as Canyoneering. See how to use the webbing to to rappel off a natural feature without leaving any behind.

Using Rap Rings for a Retrievable Anchor

Skip to 1:38 to see the rap rings and webbing in use with the retrievable anchor off a rock. No webbing was left in the canyon.