Risk-Free Shopping—Free 2-Day Shipping on Orders Over $50* Risk-Free Shopping—Free Returns on Orders Over $50* Risk-Free Shopping—Price Match Guarantee

Detail Images

  • Mammut - Rope
  • Mammut - Eternity Classic Climbing Rope - 9.8mm - with Ophir Rope Bag - Emerald
  • Mammut - Rope -

Current Color

  • Mammut - Eternity Classic Climbing Rope - 9.8mm - with Ophir Rope Bag - Emerald

Mammut Eternity Classic Climbing Rope - 9.8mm - with Ophir Rope Bag

sale $119.96 $159.9525% Off

Free 2-Day shipping on orders over $50*

Select your style & size:

Select options
  • Select options
    • Emerald, 60m
      sale $119.96
    4.556

    6 Reviews

    Details

    A long-lasting sport climbing rope with the protection it needs.

    Mammut bundled its Eternity Classic Climbing Rope with the Ophir Rope Bag in this package so you can head outside for some sport climbing glory. The Eternity's low impact-force rating and high fall rating mean you can send routes with it for a long time. The Eternity is particularly suitable for intermediate climbers looking for an advantage on steeper crags. Its skinny diameter helps keep it light and supple so you can challenge yourself on the hardest routes without this rope holding you back; its 60-meter length is ideal for crag climbing.

    The Ophir Rope Bag is basically one large, rugged mat that you can easily roll up and buckle together, making it one of the simplest rope bags on the market. Its design makes it as compact as the rope itself, meaning you can pack it up and take it on faraway climbs much more easily than most rope bags. The shoulder strap makes it easy for your belay buddy to carry the rope while you haul the rest of the gear to nearby crags for a quick session.

    • 8.5kN impact force rating
    • 7-8 fall rating
    • 61 grams per meter
    • 9.8-milimeter diameter
    • Available in 60 or 70 meter lengths
    • Polyester rope bag with two buckles and a shoulder strap
    • Item #MAM002V

    Tech Specs

    Rope Type
    single
    Rope Diameter
    9.8 mm
    Static Elongation
    7%
    Dynamic Elongation
    31%
    Impact Force
    8.5 kN
    UIAA Falls
    7-8
    Sheath Mass
    38%
    Rope Weight
    61 g/m
    Rope Bag Material
    polyester
    Rope Bag Closure
    buckle straps
    Rope Bag Carrying Options
    shoulder strap
    Rope Bag Weight
    14.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    Simple and Smooth

    • 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:

    Email:dgoodman@backcountry.com

    Phone: 801-204-4680

    Nice rope - exactly what I was after.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Disclaimer: these are my two first self-owned ropes.

    I bought a Infinity and an Eternity at the same time; I mainly use them for top roping, with kids.

    Both ropes are great - soft, pliable and easy to tie / untie, and run smoothly through gear. Neither are going to take any major falls in my hands, but for the price, and the reputation, I'm very pleased with both.

    The Eternity comes with the Ophir bag, and as most reviews state, that effectively bumps the value even further.

    Great cost/benefit ratio

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I am a trad climber who spends most of my time setting up top rope climbs for Scouts and my kids. This is a great rope at a good cost. The rope bag is a fantastic bonus making this even a better value. The rope feels great in the hand both in feel and in diameter.

    Love the rope bag

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

    I really like the rope bag, and seems that the bag alone costs 30+ bucks. I'm wondering if it is a dry rope because on the packaging it says it has a dry coating...Haven't taken it out to the mountains.

    Soft catch with a rope bag bonus

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is my first rope and I'm super happy with it thus far. I've taken it out a few times now, and am seriously impressed with the soft catch thanks to a good amount of dynamic elongation. After a few outings, the rope isn't showing any significant signs of wear and it's not kinky or twisty at all. It feeds through the ATC and grigri beautifully. The rope bag is a nice bonus. I only wish the tarp portion of the bag was a little larger. Overall I nice rope. I hope it holds up a year or two.

    Nice rope

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This rope has a very good dynamic extension. It is soft, so moves relatively easy through typical belay devices, on the other hand, you may need to hold more tightly when lowering the climber. The design tap into my appetite. Another thing I cannot refuse to mention is the Ophir rope bag: it's easy to carry while functions very well. It can be extended to roughly 1 square meters on the ground to place the rope, keeping from touching the sands and protecting the rope.



    This rope, as described, is non-dry. But for me, that's enough. Overall, it is a very good rope for sport climbing.

    Nice rope

    This rope has a very good dynamic extension. It is soft, so moves relatively easy through typical belay devices, on the other hand, you may need to hold more tightly when lowering the climber. The design tap into my appetite. Another thing I cannot refuse to mention is the Ophir rope bag: it's easy to carry while functions very well. It can be extended to roughly 1 square meters on the ground to place the rope, keeping from touching the sands and protecting the rope.



    This rope, as described, is non-dry. But for me, that's enough. Overall, it is a very good rope for sport climbing.

    Nice rope

    What is the sheath percentage for this rope? Is there any protective coating (not dry treatment) to increase its durability?

    I messed up and missed the sale! Will this be getting marked down again?