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MJU6559

MJU6559

New York, USA

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MJU6559's Passions

Trad Climbing
Ice Climbing
Sport Climbing

MJU6559's Bio

I am a RN that climbs Trad and Sport rock, and WI in winters here in New York State, USA>

MJU6559

MJU6559 wrote a review of on June 25, 2013

2 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have always been a huge Mammut and Beal rope fan. I decided to TRY a Sterling for the 1st time - mainly b/c I really liked the color and pattern - and heard Sterling had a good reputation. 1st - I am no longer a fan of ropes LESS than at least a 10.2 - 10.5, even 11mm. While lighter, I think one gives up something when it comes to durability, sheath and/or core thickness = hence durability. My rope gut shreadded to the core when top roping (very careful rigging to avoid abrasion) when my Mammut 10.5 has taken a beating, and then some, and still looks great, and cost me $40 LESS than the Sterling. I personally won't buy another one.

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MJU6559 wrote a review of on June 23, 2013

5 5

I won't be using mine until the upcoming 2013-14 ice climbing season - but I must say I like the design, heave heard good things about them, like their adjustability and fit on my boots, etc. They really look well designed and I am confident these will rule on steep WI and Mixed routes this year!

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