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  • Sterling - Fusion Nano IX DryCoat Climbing Rope - 9mm - Purple
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Sterling Fusion Nano IX DryCoat Climbing Rope - 9mm

$224.00 - $261.30

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    • Purple, 60m
      $224.00
    • Purple, 70m
      $261.30
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      $224.00
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      $261.30
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      $224.00
    • Neon Green, 70m
      $261.30
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      $261.30
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    4 Reviews

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    To the moon!

    Did you know that when they rigged up all those fake moon landing videos, the Sterling Fusion Nano IX DryCoat Climbing Rope was the cord they used? It turns out that a water-resistant coating like Sterling's DryCoat treatment is as important when you're putting up fake space sets as it is when you're climbing ice, mixed routes, or having soggy days at the crag. The slim 9mm diameter is as perfect for pulling low-gravity astronauts up and down as it is for sending your next project.

    • DryCoat treatment
    • 52 g/m
    • 6 UIAA falls
    • Item #STE000X

    Tech Specs

    Type
    single
    Diameter
    9 mm
    Dry Treatment
    yes, DryCoat
    Static Elongation
    7%
    Dynamic Elongation
    33.1%
    Impact Force
    8.5 kN
    UIAA Falls
    6
    Claimed Weight
    52 g/m
    Recommended Use
    ice climbing, sport climbing, mixed climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    My first love

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought the 30m version of this rope when they still sold that. This was my first rope and it served me amazingly. It is difficult to find the middle point, but the thin diameter makes it easy to work with, and light to carry. The only problem I encountered was that every time you used it (even when freshly cleaned) it would leave dark smears on your hands.

    Great Alpine Rope

      This is my go-to alpine rope. For wandering routes or routes with long rappels, I bring two of these and use them as half-ropes. Although 9mm is a little thick for a half rope, they are quite light and you really won't feel the weight compared to a single line, especially with the complete absence of rope drag. The best part about this rope is that it is rated for use as a single rope. For moderate, fast-and-light ascents and routes which involve much simul-climbing, simple use one of these ropes! The sheaths are a little delicate compared to thicker ropes, so try not to drag these over sharp edges while the follower is hanging.

      no center mark

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

      Sterling announced at the outdoor retailers show that it would be weaving in middle marks on it's new ropes. Since this was the first one I had seen for sale I ordered it. Light but no middle mark. Will report back after I have used it but it seems to have a nice hand.