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  • Sterling Marathon Pro Standard Rope - 10.1mm Rope end
  • Sterling Marathon Pro Standard Rope - 10.1mm BI-color
  • Sterling Marathon Pro Standard Rope - 10.1mm Blue
  • Sterling Marathon Pro Standard Rope - 10.1mm Orange
  • Sterling Marathon Pro Standard Rope - 10.1mm Rope end
  • Sterling Marathon Pro Standard Rope - 10.1mm BI-color

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  • Sterling Marathon Pro Standard Rope - 10.1mm Blue
  • Sterling Marathon Pro Standard Rope - 10.1mm Orange

Sterling Marathon Pro Standard Rope - 10.1mm

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    • Blue, 60m
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    A hard-working rope for hard-working climbers.

    Sterling built the bomber Marathon Pro Standard Rope for repeated abuse on your favorite crags. Sheath construction offers excellent abrasion resistance when you're top-rope anchored over a sharp sandstone ledge, or spending time working that next project.

    • Bi-pattern design lets you locate the midpoint easily
    • Lightweight, balanced construction clips quickly for energy-efficient redpointing
    • Item #STE0044

    Tech Specs

    Type
    single
    Diameter
    10.1 mm
    Dry Treatment
    no
    Static Elongation
    8.4%
    Dynamic Elongation
    35.3%
    Impact Force
    8.6 kN
    UIAA Falls
    6
    Bi-Pattern
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    63 g/m
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing, trad climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Very nice rope

      I have been using the 70m bicolor for 6 months, and am really impressed with the feel and durability of this rope. It's held up fine through catching gym falls, flaking in the dirt at the base of routes, and toprope sessions. Used with a GriGri 2 it feeds well (with practice you can feed without even holding the GriGri cam) but locks up fine. Maybe you could sacrifice a touch of durability and lead on a lighter weight, skinnier rope, but if you are looking for one rope to do it all this 10.1 a good compromise.