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Lightweight, durable, and weather-resistant for alpine adventures.

From wandering mixed pitches to splitter alpine granite, the Mammut Phoenix SuperDry 8mm Climbing Rope works for all your half and twin rope needs. The low impact force takes the sting out of unexpected falls, and the Coated Core and Coated Sheath technologies mean this rope will handle well and perform in both wet and dry conditions. Clip two strands into the same piece of pro, like you would a twin rope, or alternate clips on long and wandering routes, half-rope style.

  • Coated Sheath and Coated Core dry treatments
  • Half or twin rope
  • 42 grams/meter

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Great Doubles

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I've used the Phoenix and the Genesis 8.5's and can't tell much difference with handling. Durability so far been great. Split between two people, the Phoenix makes going light and fast in the alpine easy.

Great Doubles

There isn't yellow color for 30 or 40m ropes?

Sorry Martin, we are sold out. I can see if we are getting a few more in but, if you need them for an upcoming trip in the next month or so, you are out of luck with us.

If you have anymore questions feel free to send me an email or call!

Bill Porreca


2015 Phoenix 8.0

2015 Phoenix 8.0

Just got them today. I weighed a single 60m rope at 6.1lbs, or 46g/m. It's not a huge difference, but it is one. Still, I can't wait to put them to work!

Thanks for posting! Maybe the weight per meter is correct but your rope is longer than 60m?

Well, on some Mammut promo video I saw, I think they said that they always cut their ropes slightly generously, so it is possible that they're a little longer than the nominal 60m.