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Absolutely bomber.

When you need a whole ton of seriously high-strength static line to get down the first descent of a canyon or fix 20 pitches on an expedition, then go straight to the Mammut Performance Static Canyoneering Rope.
  • The 10.5mm thickness and burly construction make this rope as strong as you could possibly need
  • The 200-meter length lets you fix seriously long rappels
  • Double-pick construction for excellent rope handling
  • Note: Not for use as a climbing rope

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What is the KN rating on this 10.5 mm...

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What is the KN rating on this 10.5 mm rope?

5 5

Mammut Performance Static Rope!

I bought the 100m rope and i love it!! it is very strong and it lasts a long time!(if you take care of it)

5 5

Best rappelling rope

  • Gender: Male

I'm looking at bying my first static rope for rappelling. I'm on the fence between the Mammut Performance 10.5 and the Bluewater Assault line 11.4... Any suggestions??

5 5

Happy so far

This seems like great rope. It is static line so its not a lead climb rope but can be used for top rope, which is what I will sometimes use it for. It is nice and light but has a great KN rating even though it is not huge in diameter. The sheath seems pretty rugged but the rope is soft enough to easily tie knots in it though. I expect to get a great deal of use out of it with some care.

What is the true diameter of this rope?...

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What is the true diameter of this rope? There are conflicting measurements all over the internet and on this page. The name of the item is Mammut.... 10.5 mm rope, the description says 11 mm static rope. Which is it?

5 5

Great Canyoneering Rope

i got the 9 mm red of 200 M of these rope and i love it, i had used in different scenarios were i need to rapel or to set up a pulley system and it has work perfect, i been in use about 5 months and it looks like new, the only thing is that it is a little rigid and it makes it a little difficult to handle.

Great Canyoneering Rope
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what are those black pad things called in your pic?

Will 50m length be in stock anytime soon?...

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Will 50m length be in stock anytime soon? I only need 50m.

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You will probably have better luck just going to your local REI or what not and they will measure out 50 m for you on the spot.

I need 100 m only of black static rope....

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I need 100 m only of black static rope. Would you sell me it? Please answer me quickly

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They will likely sell you twice the amount you are looking to buy.

If used primarily for canyoneering, does...

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If used primarily for canyoneering, does this rope have any water resistant coating?

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I don't believe it does. I even looked around at the Mammut website and a few other websites just to be sure and could find nothing that specifically stated water resistant coating.

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Waterproof coatings (dry treatment) don't really work for canyoneering. Rappelling and rubbing on rock take off the dry treatment pretty fast. This is why many canyoneering ropes are polyester, which is naturally hydrophobic.

Is the 10.5 mm UIAA/CE approved?

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Is the 10.5 mm UIAA/CE approved?

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I am pretty sure that every piece of gear that comes out of Europe is UIAA/CE approved.

5 5

log pulling

I needed a way to get a bunch of dead trees off a steep hillside, I watch ax men, but I don't have a yarder. I do have a skid steer and a big pully though. I just needed rope, and this statik rope works awsome. Hooked one end to the fallen tree, through a pully up in a tree across an access trail, and the other end to the bobcat. Give her a nasty amount of pulling and this rope held great.. The trees draged up the hill with almost no effort. There was very little damage to the rope after pulling 50 one hundered and twenty tall trees, in 8-60ft pieces. The pully broke but the rope held up great.. P.S. I also used a 25ft piece to tow a minivan 4 miles, no prob!!! Thanks, Brent

if a person wants a rope for rappelling...

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if a person wants a rope for rappelling canyon pro is the only way to go. 11mm meter is way to thick, and probably holds a lot of water.

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too...and thats a review, not a question

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My First Rope and I couldn't be Happier

OK,, First off the bat, This is not a rope for climbing!! I got this because I wanted a rope for Sport Rappelling. So far I have used it on one weekend and it worked perfectly. Even though I forgot my carpet (used to protect the rope where it runs over the cliff edge) it doesn't have any signs of wear!! I love that its Black. I feel all tactical and shit. hahahaha

You list lenghts of 50, 100, and 200 m but...

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You list lenghts of 50, 100, and 200 m but I only see price for 50m.

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The 50m is the only one in stock.

The last sentence in the prod description...

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The last sentence in the prod description "Not for use as a climbing rope" Yet in the Tech spec you say "Recommended Use: Big wall climbing, caving, expeditions, canyoneering"

I'm new to the sport and slightly confused

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More to the point….this rope could be used in climbing applications just not used as the rope that would absorb a fall. You need a dynamic rope for that. Use this rope to haul your gear on a climb or repel down after but not as the rope to save you in a fall. It would be really quick stop for ya. You’d be better off hitting the crash pad or sand.

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As manti, said, rappelling and hauling, but also for climbing with a soloist (self-belay device), but definitely NOT for lead climbing or even regular toproping.