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An alpine cord with an unquestionable background.

Engineered with the input of celebrated mountaineer Conrad Anker, the Blue Water Hyalite 9.4mm Climbing Rope boasts quite the alpine pedigree. Featuring Blue Water's proprietary DoubleDry treatment, this cord sloughs moisture and avoids taking on water weight when you're concerned with shaving grams off your gear.
  • Weighs in at a bold 55 grams per meter for unprecedented light weight to match durability
  • A high-contrast bi-pattern design allows for quick identification of your halfway point for the ultimate in safety standards
  • Low impact force ratings indicate low stress levels even during factor-two falls

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80M of Love.

The Dominator was my favorite rope until this came along. When you are rappelling at night you'll appreciate the bright color and the bi weave, and the fact that this comes in 80 meters is huge for places like Indian Creek, where I climb a lot and often tackle 40 meter long routes that I can now lower off. Also these ropes end up being useful for sportclimbing where usually on the the end of your rope gets worked. Cut off the first eight feet and you have a brand new rope!

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I bought the 80 meter as my first skinny rope and my first rope over 60m. I've been a Mammut guy for 10 years now. The rope feels like a dream, the bi-weave is a treat, and the color helps a lot. I do have one issue with the rope in that it seems to be a bit curly, and thus get tangled easily. When belaying my partner they end up with a large twisted spiral of rope at their tie in point. I tried to uncoil the rope properly when I first bought it. Why all companies don't coil the rope to present for sale is a mystery. Anyhow, Cedar, have u noticed if this rope has more than usual twists and curlys in it than most ropes? Does the length have something to do with it?