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Beal Top Gun II Unicore Dry Cover Climbing Rope - 10.5mm


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Top Gun II Unicore Dry Cover Climbing Rope

If you're new to climbing, trusting your life to what looks to you like a shoelace-thin rope can be a bit unnerving. Tie in with the Beal Top Gun II Unicore Dry Cover Climbing Rope for a confidence-inspiring 10.5mm diameter and a record-setting UIAA 11 fall rating. Whether it's your first lead, a long top-rope session, or a day spent swinging ice tools in Ouray, trust the Top Gun II to get you back to the ground in one piece.

  • Dry Cover technology coats each sheath fiber with a polymer treatment for high resistance to water, humidity, and dirt
  • Unicore construction eliminates sheath slippage in wet conditions or when the sheath is accidentally severed
  • 10.5mm diameter is ideal for beginner climbers, top-roping, and epic hangdog sessions
  • Weight of 68 grams per meter won't hold you back on hard redpoints
  • Guaranteed impact force rating of 7.4KN ensures a soft catch
  • Record-setting 11 UIAA fall rating ensures long-lasting durability and reliable use
  • Item #BEA0022

10.5 mm
Dry Treatment
yes, Dry Cover
Static Elongation
Dynamic Elongation
Impact Force
7.4 kN
UIAA Falls
Sheath Construction
Claimed Weight
68 g/m
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
3 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?



Beal's Unicore Technology

Awesome video of a guy taking a razorblade to a rope to show the features of a unicore rope vs a non-unicore rope! Which do YOU prefer???

>Rating: 5

Fantastic Rope!

I've put it through the wringer

So, I have used this rope for nearly two full seasons on Dolomite, granite, sandstone, and even some ice. That being said, the durability is fantastic, the "Dry cover" is poor. It doesn't soak up dirt fast by any means, and it is wearing really well. I took it ice-climbing once though, and belaying with it was like trying to run thick steal cable through my ATC. The only downside is that this rope is definitely heavy, but with a UIAA fall rating of 11, It's worth every gram. I should also mention that my friends and I range anywhere from 200-300 pounds, and this rope has withstood several lead falls as well as countless top ropes. UPDATE: After the fourth season, it is finally starting to show some wear. I cannot describe how solid this rope is. Buy IT!


Still in great shape on its 3rd summer

At the top of Steorts ridge, Big Cottonwood Canyon Utah

>Rating: 5

Killer Rope!

I've put it through the wringer

This was the first rope I ever used and I have loved it since the first day I climbed on it. The rope is so bullet proof that it has held up quite well despite several novice rope drag mistakes. I have used it for sport climbing, top roping, and even a couple pitches of trad. I have climbed on it extensively (several times a week) this past summer and it has at least 2 more summers of climbing on it before it may start to become hazardous. That being said I think it could last even longer if I had a better rope bag and avoided rope drag. Overall this is a great rope for beginners or those who don't mind/prefer hauling the larger rope.


Beal Top Gun Cut Test

This video shows how Unicore increases the safety of a climbing rope.


Beal Top Gun II Unicore Dry Cover