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A worthy cord for the alpine world.

The next step in climbing rope technology, the Sterling Evolution Duetto Dry AT Rope boasts all the right credentials to help you up your alpine project. With a slim 8.4mm profile but just the right amount of stiffness, the Evolution Duetto slides through 'biners like butter and all but eliminates your rope drag concerns. A low impact force rating of 6.5 kN indicates minimal stresses during even your more dicey lead falls.

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Can I use the 40 M version as an indoor climbing rope?

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This being a half rope cannot be used by itself and I would not suggest using this as a gym rope (as you would need buy a second rope anyway). However, double check with your gym to see if they allow you to climb using a double rope technique. You should be good on length though if you can get a 40 meter rope as most gyms walls are a lot shorter than 60 ft but double check on their wall height as well just to be safe.

4 5

Ski mountaineering fun!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The Sterling Evolution Duetto Dry AT Rope was the perfect rope to bring on my recent ski mountaineering trip to Greenland. The rope is light enough to throw into the bottom of your pack for the days where you 'may or may not' need to rope up. It is better to be safe than sorry! I highly recommend the lime green color to add a little extra flare to your adventure.

How would this serve as a gym rope? It has...

How would this serve as a gym rope? It has the fall rating and is a good length.

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It's not a single rope. You're not supposed to climb on it by itself, you're supposed to use it in tandem with another rope this size. It'd be a bad gym rope.

5 5

Great!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Only used this rope so far, but it worked! It was shock absorbent, so on one nasty fall I didn't hurt myself too bad and didn't get whiplash. The rope also held up and didn't tear on the sharp rocks it was rubbed over. Great overall.

5 5

Good Twins

I got mine in the 40m length. Perfect length for PNW alpine climbs. I can't seem to run out 50m or more without serious rope drag and 30m was just to much work setting up belays. Dual use - I use a pair as twins for steep climbing. On glaciers or simpler snow climbs I bring one for crevasse travel and rescue. Super light! Two 40m ropes weigh in at 8.3 lbs. Good dry coating, feels good in the hand(not insanely skinny), and good color selection. After a season of use they have barely worn - despite being dragged over snow, rock and ice. Good times!