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Mammut Eternity Classic Climbing Rope - 9.8mm

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    19 Reviews


    Climb for eternity with the Eternity.

    A low impact force rating and high fall rating on the Mammut Eternity Classic Climbing Rope mean you can send sport crags with it for a long time. Its skinny diameter helps keep it light and supple so you can challenge yourself on the hardest routes without this rope holding you back. The Eternity is particularly suitable for intermediate climbers looking for an advantage on steeper crags. Get the 60-meter length if you're only looking to climb on crags, or get the 70-meter version for the occasional multipitch.

    • 8.5kN impact force rating
    • 7-8 fall rating
    • 61 grams per meter
    • 9.8-milimeter diameter
    • Available in 60 or 70 meter lengths
    • Item #MAM002U

    Tech Specs

    9.8 mm
    Static Elongation
    Dynamic Elongation
    Impact Force
    8.5 kN
    UIAA Falls
    Sheath Mass
    Claimed Weight
    61 g/m
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

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    first rope--great buy!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This was my first rope as I wanted to lead more often than when "my other friends had their rope with them". I did a bunch of chatting with fellow gearheads and finally decided on this rope and couldn't be happier. Mammut puts out a great product (rope, helmets, apparel) for great prices. I really love how supple it is and very comfy with a good catch. I opted for the 9.8/70 because I knew being my first rope I would like to use it for a longer time and be rougher with it as I perfect my skills. So far, it has only been on gym routes with me but I am really stoked on this purchase---killer item for your first rope!!

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    Simple and Easy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This rope replaces the Tusk in Mammut's rope lineup and is significantly easier to handle than the Tusk was. The 9.8 diameter makes it slightly beefier and more durable than it's smaller cousin, the Infinity, but with many of the same properties. With multiple lengths and a middle marker this bad boy is a staple for red point projects and tall climbs!

    If you’re looking into ropes and are looking for a recommendation, give me a call or shoot me an email and I’d be happy to help you out with some recommendations. I have climbed on a lot of ropes on the site and have used almost every Mammut rope on the market!

    I’m typically in the office Monday-Friday and would love to talk, but if you call and I’m not in, make sure to leave the best number to call you back at or your email address in the voicemail.

    Contact information:

    Phone: 801-204-4680

    Great rope for a great price

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This rope is ready to go out of the shipping box. Great quality of rope. Feels great in the hand, and it feeds beautiful when leading. I went for the 70m for those longer climbs.

    Dope Rope

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I was prepared to brace myself for the extra weight when I switched to a 70m rope, but the Eternity doesn't feel too different than the Infinity 60 that I'm ued to. It's definitely supple and feels great in your hands. While I took the extra time to flake it out plenty the night before, it kinked very little on it's first day at the crag. I like that the 9.8 feels sturdy but isn't so burly that it feels like a gym TR.

    Decent Economical Rope

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I recently purchased a 70 meter one of these. I bought this rope for all around use. First route that I used it on was a 7 pitch 5.11 on Devils castle in little cottonwood and it performed great...not too heavy for long pitches, fed out nice with minimal kinking when laid out on the ropebag. Also the cut on my rope seems to be a long one which has helped lowering off some big routes in Maple canyon and elsewhere. The only thing that I noticed is that this rope gets dirty pretty fast so gloves are probably in order. That said this is a great rope and one of the best deals for a 70 meter cord out there.

    Nice cord!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I climbed on this rope for the first time at the gym tonight. It handled very well and had almost no kinking at all. I got the emerald 60m version. One thing that struck me is that the rope is burly but super supple right out of the box. I guess time will tell with durability, but so far it is a great rope for the price! I think I like it more so far than my old 10.2 BW eliminator.

    Great first rope for a gym/wall climbing

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is my first rope and I've been climbing every weekend ever since.
    It's not too heavy, but it's not too light. It's not dry treated, but the price is okay. The middle is marked, so no ink is needed. It will fit any ATC, and Grigri goes nicely too. I took a whipper on it, and I survived.
    This is not the best rope, but it is a great first rope.
    If you are an artificial wall/gym climber, 40m version is good enough, but it will be short for outdoor climbing.

    My First Rope

      This is my first rope and I think It may be the only rope I ever need. I have been using the rope for about 3 months now and it has been used for everything a new rope should. (top roping/sport climbing) I am impressed how durable the rope is and how new it still looks and feels compared to my friends ropes that they have got at about the same time. This is definitely a great first rope but it is also for more experienced climbers as well. Cannot go wrong with this rope at all.

      Good feel, good rope

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Bought this as my first climbing rope after doing a lot of research. I've used it around a dozen times and I'm really happy with it. Feeds through an atc well but isn't floppy when clipping into a draw. Very soft catch, I've taken a 20ft whipper and not felt a thing. Great rope.

      Smooth feel and low weight

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Normally I am used to using Bluewater ropes but I bought this one for the incredible price. I am pleased to say that it serves my purposes completely. I look forward to putting it through the wringer next time I set up for a vertical.

      Really good gym rope.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This rope is light weight and supple. Bought this for winter climbing in the gym, but have also used it outside a couple of times, really love this thing. It’s so easy to clip, and it glides right through your fingers. For the price too… really good deal. I have had one other Mammut rope however it was static. Ive always been pleased with their product. Solid. I also purchased a 60m, just because you don’t usually need more than that for gym climbing. Would recommend.

      Really good gym rope.

      Good stuff

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Lightweight, runs smooth through ATCs and Grigris, elasticity is surprising on larger falls, tastes fine.

      I got the 70m and cut it with a buddy for a pair of gym ropes (heresy, I know). After 3 months of 3-4 gym sessions a week with fairly constant moderate to hard usage the rope shows no significant damage or flat spots. The sheath is showing some wear but nothing that causes me grief. I have the vague feeling that my previous Sterling Slim Gym is more durable over the long run, but the Eternity (on sale) would probably win out in terms of $ / Rope Lifetime


      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I bought this in the 70m, and it is my favorite rope. It's super smooth, and easy to handle. It works fantastically with both the original Grigri, and the 2, and it's super smooth with ATCs, as well. And to top it all off, the Emerald color is super cool looking!

      Great Rope!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Light, easy to handle and carry, durable. It works great both with BD ATCs and with Petzl's GRIGRI2. What else would you want for a rope? ...only one more thing, and affordable and reasonable price, which the Eternity has!!!

      New Favorite Rope

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      In my time as a climber(5½ years so far), I've been through a few ropes. This rope, by far, is my favorite of them. It is supple to the touch, not wire-like as some ropes are. It knots well, and unties easily even after taking repeated falls on it. I have had the 70 meter non dry version for 4 months of climbing 3-4 days a week and it shows no sign of durability issues, no fraying, and no fuzzy sheath. I use it as my work horse rope so I has caught many, many falls, and it catches very smooth compared to some other ropes that I have had. As soon as I retire this rope, I will be buying a new one.


      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I haven't used too many other climbing ropes, and this was my first personal rope, but so far I really love it. It seems to handle really well, catch well, and is durable. I also really like the fact that it has a middle mark: definitely helpful when setting up a toprope and I'm sure for myriad other uses. I got it for a good price, and have been quite happy. I hope I don't regret not getting a thicker rope, but only time will tell! So far it seems like a winner! Just a note: I don't think that it has a dry treatment. Some people seemed confused about this, but I'm pretty sure it doesn't.

      Great Rope

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought the 70 m Fire Royal when it was on sale a while ago and it is my first rope. However, I have used several others (mooching off of friend's gear), and of the 3 or 4 different ones I've used, this has been my favorite. It was very easy to work with right out of the package (although I flaked it a few times after opening it), and feeds easily through both my Black Diamond ATC and Mammut Smart belay device. I've taken a few whips on it and it's still holding up well. Overall I've been very happy with this rope!

      Is this rope made in Switzerland?

      Does this rope have a middle mark? And if so is it sewn in?

      I bought this rope not expecting it to be dry treated but the packaging for the rope says it has superDry. Does that mean the rope has some dry treatment? If so, is it sheath and core? If not, what does it mean?

      Best Answer

      Direct from Mammut:

      superDRY treatment provides both core and sheath with lasting, maximum protection against water and dirt, thereby increasing the durability of the rope under harsh conditions, as well as improving handling characteristics over the life of the rope.

      Hope this information helps! Feel free to give me a shout if you need anything else-- or 1-800-409-4502, ext 4456.