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Blue Water Tubular Climb-Spec Webbing - 1in

$109.95

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    • Black, 100 yards
      $109.95
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    There's a lot you can do with 100 yards of webbing.

    Blue Water's one-inch Tubular Climbing-Spec Webbing comes in 100 yards so you can replace all the junky anchors across the canyons and still have enough webbing left for highlines.

    • Item #BWR000M

    Tech Specs

    Material
    100% nylon
    Length
    100 yards
    Width
    1 in
    Strength
    17.7 kN
    Claimed Weight
    40 g/m
    Recommended Use
    climbing

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    Perfect Webbing

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This truely is the perfect webbing and in a 100 yard spool theirs plenty of options as to what you can do with it. It's great for climbing needs but mine is used for slacklines, and waterlines! It's super soft and doesn't cut into your feet like a military spec webbing would, this is top notch stuff that will ensure you're having a saucy time on the line!

    Webbing - it's for everything

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

    What's better than a fresh spool of webbing to set canyon anchors? Getting a great price and a great color!
    This webbing has already started showing up in some central Sierra canyons... hopefully it'll find its way into lots more. =o)

    It's Webbing!

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

    It's more webbing than you could ever need and it's fantastic. I'm using it to make my own atrier's, since backcountry.com seems to be out of stock at the moment. I recommend getting rubber tubing and lightweight(ish) metal pipe bits for added foothold strength rather than a bunch of cordage (which is what I did). On the bright side, I have so much webbing now that I can make a couple more.