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Xenon Double Dry Climbing Rope - 9.2mm

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $175.46 - $254.96 Original price: $339.95
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Xenon Double Dry Climbing Rope

BlueWater certified its Xenon Double Dry Climbing Rope as a single, half, or twin for enhanced versatility in the vertical world. It looks at home whether you're climbing big wall, multi-pitches, or a challenging sport climb. A 9.2mm diameter sits on the skinnier side of climbing ropes, and as such this rope should only be handled by experienced belayers. This version features BlueWater's Double Dry treatment, which coats both core and sheath to practically eliminate water absorption and increase abrasion-resistance.


  • Climbing rope certified as single, half, or twin
  • 9.2mm diameter is light, compact, and supple
  • Double Dry treatment coats core and sheath
  • Available in both bi-pattern and standard styles
  • Item #BWR000U
single, half, twin
Dry Treatment
Double Dry
Static Elongation
[single] 4.8% [half] 4.8% [twin] 3.1%
Dynamic Elongation
[single] 34% [half] 30.4% [twin] 27.2%
Impact Force
[single] 8.1kN [half] 6kN [twin] 9.3kN
UIAA Falls
[single] 7 [half] 22 [twin] 44
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Center Mark
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Sheath Construction
Sheath Mass
Rope Weight
Claimed Weight
[60m] 7lb 6.5oz

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5 out of 5 stars

June 9, 2022

Soft Catches All Day

I've put it through the wringer

Great rope for sport climbing and saves a lot of weight for the approach or walk off. It has a nice dynamic elongation similar to the Lightning Pro that gives soft catches, but, unlike the Lightning Pro, it doesn't stretch out too much for the top rope climbers' fall. It does fray a little at the sheath quicker than some other ropes, but I'm not surprised from a 9.2mm. Might not be the best fit for those jaggy multipitch climbs were the rope has a lot of contact with the rock.

Sarkis B