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Before embarking on a technical caving expedition in the southwestern desert, be sure to coil and pack your Mammut Performance Static Canyoneering Rope. Mammut made the Performance Static at an optimal diameter for braking power in belay devices during long scenic rappels.

  • Low stretch and high resilience make this a durable and trusty cord
  • Weighs just 66 grams per meter to help keep your pack load light
  • Abrasion-resistant so you can feel comfortable using it even in harsh environments
  • Not for use as a climbing rope

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Feels like it has some stretch

Feels like it has some stretch

During the initial 300 foot rappel into Englestedt it felt like the rope had a little stretch to it. I thought it was just that I was a bigger guy at 230, but my smaller friends at like 170 commented on it as well.

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It's been a great rope so far. This is it in use in Telephone canyon in Zion. I split the 200m rope into 110, 220, and 330'ish lengths. The rope won't stay white for long, mines more of a greyish color with some white sections that have avoided water.

Is this shiny slippery as I have made the mistake in the past or does it have a sheath like a decent climbing rope - furry?

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it has a sheath like your regular climbing rope on it but im not sure what you mean by shiny slippery

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Is it dry treated?

More importantly, what is its strength?

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Hey, breaking strength in kn is going to be 28.