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Sterling Accessory Cord - 25ft

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    • Assorted, 5mm x 25ft
      $11.15
    • Assorted, 6mm x 25ft
      $12.85
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    Accessorize your climbing quiver.

    A durable sheath and a high Minimum Breaking Strength make Sterling's Accessory Cord the perfect accessory for a climber's lifestyle. Use it as a prusik cord, a cordelette, an ice thread, a low-stretch fixing and hauling tag line. Or complement your climber's persona by using it in casual scenarios too, like a dog leash, a tow line, or a decorative trim and cover. You can probably make all these things with one cord; you have 25 feet, after all.

    • MBS: 1,978 lbs
    • Durable sheath
    • Item #STE000L

    Tech Specs

    Diameter
    5 mm, 6 mm
    Length
    25 ft
    Strength
    [MBS] 1,978 lbs
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Anchor Pro

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Whether you need some cord to make a solid 2 or 3 point anchor, or need something to cut up for a prusik or klemheist, you've found the right piece. At 25 feet in length and with the choice of 5 or 6mm in diameter, you're sure to stay safe out there with Sterling.

    Good pliable accessory cord

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have not attempted to make a cordelette, I have how ever used it as a precautionary prusik on a rappel from the rim of a box canyon where I didn't have the greatest confidence in my footings. My primary use for this accessory chord is in fact making varying lengths of lanyard to tether devices like the Petzl Ascension to my harness. This cordage ties cleanly and holds well against itself, yet unties nicely. The external sheath is remarkably fray resistant. I was using a section of sterling cord to complete a household task in my garage. The line was unwittingly pulled back over an extremely abrasive surface, upon seeing this I held my breath and anticipated the worst as I inspected the cord, yet it endured unblemished.