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  • Maxim - Airliner 2X Dry Climbing Rope - 9.1mm - Afterburner
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Maxim Airliner 2X Dry Climbing Rope - 9.1mm

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    3 Reviews

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    All aboard the Airliner.

    Use Maxim's superlight Airliner 2X Dry 9.1mm Climbing Rope as a half on alpine routes, or climb mixed, ice, or multipitch with it as a single. Endura Dry 2x treats this rope's sheath and core with water repellency in order to reduce overall water absorption significantly. Like all of Maxim's ropes, you can expect a fluid feel through belay devices, a smooth clip, and a durable, abrasion-resistant performance.
    • Endura Dry 2x treatment
    • Item #MAX0009

    Tech Specs

    Type
    single, half
    Diameter
    9.1 mm
    Dry Treatment
    yes, Endura Dry
    Static Elongation
    6.4
    Dynamic Elongation
    28
    Impact Force
    9.8 kN
    UIAA Falls
    ≥5
    Claimed Weight
    55 g/m
    Recommended Use
    climbing

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    For an 80m rope this is incredibly light and not so small that you're uncomfortable taking a nice, big whip on it! I usually reserve this rope for send attempts and extra long routes just to preserve it. And if those ends get rough and you have to chop them, you still have a really long rope. Now get it and let the sending begin! ;-)

    Doesn't feel like an 80m rope

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    SO this rope is super supple. Easy to clip and most importantly it's LIGHT! I seriously don't feel like I'm carrying around extra weight when I haul this bad boy around. If you want an amazing light 80 m rope get this one!

    Tickets to the send machine!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Low friction, low weight, but damn durable.

    Had the chance to demo this rope out for a few days in Little Cottonwood canyon and it's changing my mentality on what a rope really should look and feel like.

    We worked some sport lines that had been on the ticklist for years - this thing glides through the belay device and gives THE softest catch i've ever felt. I didn't send, but my buddy did. First class tickets to the anchors.

    We then cooled down a three pitches moderate trad route - a lot of traversing and a section of linked down climbing. We slung our gear long and this rope just smoothly slide through all the biners. The drag reduction is LITERALLY noticeable.

    If I were to get stoked on a sport project and wanted to give myself the best chance, I'm reaching for the airliner.

    Somebody buzz the pilot - I'm getting sendy over here!

    Hello again Alex! How does this rope compare to the pinnacle 9.5mm? I would be using it for big trad projects at Tahquitz, RR, and the south/eastern Sierra. (Aside from the pinnacle, I also have a pair of twins 7.7s). Thank you for your thoughts!

    Michael -

    hello again! I'd say that this rope feels very similar to the 9.5 pinnacle, but definitely noticeably thinner - It has the same low friction and touch to it.

    I suppose to some it may be a bit less confidence inspiring as it is thinner, but to me with the new standard getting thinner and thinner, I felt confident taking falls on it.

    It doesn't come in a bipattern - so we've used it less on routes requires "raps" vs. lowering.

    Thanks!