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Mammut Infinity Classic Climbing Rope - 9.5mm

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    • Pappel, 60m
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    Take your climbing to the next level.

    The Mammut Infinity Classic Climbing Rope has a skinny diameter with a complementary light weight to introduce intermediate climbers into more advanced sport crags. Despite its low weight, the Infinity still boasts a high fall rating and a low impact force rating to keep you prime on projects all day if you want. Get the 60-meter length if you want to send in the gym or crag, and grab a 70-meter rope for the occasional multipitch.

    • 8.6kN impact force rating
    • 6-7 fall rating
    • 57 grams per meter
    • 9.5-millimeter diameter
    • Available in 40 and 70 meter lengths
    • Item #MAM002T

    Tech Specs

    Dynamic Elongation
    31%
    Static Elongation
    9.2%
    UIAA Falls
    6-7
    Diameter
    9.5 mm
    Impact Force
    8.6 kN
    Claimed Weight
    57 g/m
    Sheath Mass
    42%
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime
    Type
    single

    Tech Specs

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    It's a Classic

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This rope is great for everything from single pitch red-point projects to long multi pitch days. It is super supple running through your belay device and offers a great soft catch. With a light weight feel, middle marker, and multiple lengths, this rope has an option for everyone!

    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

    Great first rope....

    • 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, I bought this as well, as it came in a shorter length which is plenty for me most of the time...

    Great rope

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I use a 10mm rope as my year round work horse at the crag and I got this rope mostly for multi pitching down in Mexico. It's a fantastic rope though. Thin, light, feeds great through a grigri and has a middle marker like all mammut ropes. I just can't attest for the durability because I don't use it on a weekly basis. Great rope from the use I've gotten out of it and awesome price

    New Favorite Rope!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Just got this rope last month and have had it out several times already and I absolutely love it! Great middle of the road rope that is beefy enough to be a good workhorse rope but also light enough for some harder sport or alpine adventures. My prior rope is so much heavier and bulkier than this one. I don't feel like I am trying to clip a steel cable when I am pumped out anymore. The middle mark is clear and stands out. It handles like a dream. Falls so far have been nice and soft. I haven't taken a big whipper yet though. The Teflon coating seems to be doing its job, as I haven't seen any real wear even after three long multi-pitch routes and some top roping.



    The only thing I would change is to add a bi-color pattern. Even though the middle mark is clear, those dual pattern ropes are so darn slick!



    Also worth pointing out is that this rope got the Editor's Choice on Outdoor Gear Lab. Those guys know what's up!

    New Favorite Rope!

    I feel safe.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love Mammut in general. Always superior products that you can trust. I've had this rope for about 8 months & have taken a few really big falls on it. The sheath is holding up great, the handling is just as good as ever and that's even after giving it a bath. I usually don't wash a rope unless it really needs it and after washing it, I still love it and trust it and like i said, it handles great.

    I feel safe.

    Durable rope

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Have had this rope for 4 months now and it has seen well over 100 pitches. Still has very supple handling and sheath is holding up extremely well. I will keep buying this rope as long as Mammut makes them.

    Durable rope

    First rope, Sweet rope

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Soft catch, fits easily into your car or truck, easy to belay with ATC and Grigri, light as hell, matches my favorite shirt, and so far very durable. Nothing bad to say

    First rope, Sweet rope

    Great Rope has held its own for some tim

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this rope a year ago on a discount as my first rope. Since then I have been climbing on it mostly indoors every weekend. It has taken a lot of abuse from top roping a lot of my friends. Lately I have been using it out in the real world. It has started to fray o so very slightly. I have washed it once recently and looks almost new. I'm super happy with it and would buy another one in a heart beat. Considering all the abuse its been threw it still looks and feels great.

    Great Rope has held its own for some tim

    Neat looking picture, but I think a comment on safety needs a mention here. You look very far away belaying from the base, the rope appears to be making nearly a 45deg angle with the rock. Belaying like this reduces your vertical weight component to half. I've personally witnessed belayer's attempting to catch falls belaying like this only to be dragged into the cliff while the climber continues to fall. Be safe and belay as close as you can under the anchors.

    very durable for it's weight

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    It's not a dry rope, so gotta be a little more careful with it than usual, but for the price (got it on sale I think), it's a great rope - it's my go to for basically everything I do now.

    This rope gets the job done!

    Using it in Ice Cream Parlor in Moab last weekend.

    This rope gets the job done!

    When will this be back in stock? And will it still be for the same discounted price?

    What type of mark is used for the middle?...

    What type of mark is used for the middle?

    Best Answer

    From the Mammut Website:



    "All dynamic ropes from Mammut come with

    a friction resistant, coloured, middle marking.

    In choosing a process we made sure

    that a dye was used that wouldn’t weaken

    either the sheath or the core filaments."



    Such is the case with the Infinity Classic. See picture. Middle is marked just like other Mammut ropes I have.

    From the Mammut Website:  

"All dynamic ropes from Mammut come with
a friction resistant, coloured, middle marking.
In choosing a process we made sure
that a dye was used that wouldn’t weaken
either the sheath or the core filaments."

Such is the case with the Infinity Classic.  See picture.  Middle is marked just like other Mammut ropes I have.

    Does this rope have a dry treatment? One...

    Does this rope have a dry treatment? One of the mammut infinity ropes does, but this description does not specify