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Peace of mind for you and your rack.

There's nothing like knowing you're safely tied into a burly line when working that project, which is why the Edelweiss Magnetic 11mm SuperEverDry Climbing Rope is ideal for safety-minded vertical athletes. The Magnetic offers an impact force of just 8kN, so you know that this rough-and-tumble rope gives you a gentle ride when the crux sends you off into space.
  • SuperEverDry treatment helps keep rope from absorbing water weight in humidity or drizzle
  • Proprietary Perform3 technology increases energy-absorbing capability for softer falls
  • Sharp edge resistant for additional safety during rappels

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So u have 14mm rope

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So u have 14mm rope

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No this rope is a 60m 11mm rope. We do not have anything as thick as you are looking for.

Do u have any rope ranging between 14mm...

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Do u have any rope ranging between 14mm to 16 mm

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No this rope is a 60m 11mm rope. We do not have anything as thick as you are looking for.

I missed it somewhere, the length of this...

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I missed it somewhere, the length of this rope is?

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50 or 60 meters depending on what you select at checkout.

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It's heavier than it says...

NOTE: It's 75g/m. Just got it in the mail and that's what it says in the packaging. FYI

I'm shopping for my first rope and couldn't...

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I'm shopping for my first rope and couldn't help to wonder: how can this 11mm weigh as little as most 9.4's? What's the catch? I never would have dreamed of going to 11mm, but if weight's not an issue...

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Usually a lightweight larger rope has a thinner sheath. Since you're buying your first rope I wonder if you'll be doing a lot of top roping which wears on a sheath a lot more. Also, 11mm doesn't work so well through a grigri and it's on the high end of a lot of ATCs.