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Mammut Serenity Dry Climbing Rope - 8.7mm

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    Light, thin, and seriously tough.

    Whether it's a limit-testing onsight attempt, a 5.14 redpoint, or a wandering alpine climb, the Mammut Serenity Dry Climbing Rope is your secret weapon for success. With a diameter of just 8.7mm and weight of just 51 grams/meter, the Serenity boasts one of the lightest and thinnest designs of any single rope available today. It's also fully certified as a half and twin rope, making it suitable for long alpine routes, and it has Mammut's Protect dry sheath and core treatments, so it won't absorb water on alpine, ice, or mixed routes.

    • Coated Core and Coated Sheath dry technologies
    • 51 grams/meter
    • Middle mark
    • Item #MAM00DA

    Tech Specs

    single, half, twin
    8.7 mm
    Dry Treatment
    yes, Coated Core, Coated Sheath
    Static Elongation
    Dynamic Elongation
    Impact Force
    8.4 / 6.3 / 9.7 kN
    UIAA Falls
    [1 strand] 5, [2 strands] 20+
    Center Mark
    Sheath Mass
    Claimed Weight
    51 g/m
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing, ice climbing, mixed climbing, alpine & expedition
    Manufacturer Warranty

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    My choice for an alpine rope

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I always choose Mammut ropes and haven't had any issues yet. This rope is the perfect weight and size for missions in the Tetons. The only thing that would make it better is if it were bi patterned.

    Hey Ricardo -- most standard tube style belay devices will work down to just below 8mm diameter ropes. Expect to use care when lowering and braking skinnier ropes. A good belay glove will help. My personal favorite device that can handle this rope is the ATC Guide. For an assisted braking device, check out the Edelrid Mega Jul or the Camp Matik. Do not use with a Grigri 2 because it is not rated for ropes below 8.9mm.