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Blue Water Ice Floss 7.7mm Double Dry Twin Rope

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    It’s about the size of the climb in the rope.

    The world at altitude demands high quality and low weight. That’s where the Bluewater Ice Floss 7.7mm Double Dry Twin Rope comes into play. Measuring a slim 7.7mm and weighing in at only 38 grams per meter, this ice cord won’t drag you back down to earth. A smooth, single-pick sheath resists catching on features as you hack your way up a frozen waterfall. Should you break loose along with a few stray chunks of ice you can rest assured knowing that an impact force rating of 9.2kN is backing you up.
    • Item #BWR0012

    Tech Specs

    Type
    twin
    Diameter
    7.7 mm
    Dry Treatment
    yes, Double Dry
    Static Elongation
    9.3%
    Dynamic Elongation
    31.5%
    Impact Force
    9.2 kN
    UIAA Falls
    12
    Center Mark
    no
    Sheath Mass
    30%
    Claimed Weight
    38 g/m
    Recommended Use
    ice climbing, mixed climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The weight is perfect for carrying and the dry treatment works great! Durability is acceptable. This is the rope I pack 90% of the time for places like the Cables Route up Longs peak and others. I'd use this for glacier travel also.

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