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Edelrid Boa Pro Dry Climbing Rope - 9.8mm

$219.95 - $249.95

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  • Pink/Turquoise, 60m
  • Pink/Turquoise, 70m

Boa Pro Dry Climbing Rope

Edelrid's Boa Pro Dry Climbing Rope doesn't need a flashy pattern—or multiple patterns for that matter—to sell you on its incredible performance whether you're climbing sport or trad. This versatile climbing rope boasts a high number of falls and low elongation so you don't stretch past the crux you just climbed and then fell on. Pro Dry treats both the sheath and core with water-resistance for UIAA-approved absorbency reduction and dirt-resistance. The Boa also features Edelrid's Thermo Shield for improved handling right out of the bag.
  • Edelrid's tried-and-trusted climbing rope with more protection
  • Pro Dry treats the sheath and core for water- and dirt-resistance
  • Thermo Shield treatment for ideal handling right out of the bag
  • Item #ELR002W

Dry Treatment
Pro Dry
Static Elongation
8.3 %
Dynamic Elongation
34 %
Impact Force
8.9 kN
UIAA Falls
Sheath Construction
Thermo Shield
Sheath Mass
39 %
Rope Weight
Claimed Weight
[60m] 8lb 5.3oz, [70m] 9lb 11.6oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Good Stuff

I've put it through the wringer

This rope has been holding up very well for the amount of use it's seen. I've used it 2-4 times per week outside in Minnesota and South Dakota with granite, quartzite, sandstone, basalt, dolomite, rhyolite, and anorthosite. Seems like it'd be fine for ice climbing, too, but I haven't used it for that purpose yet. It's surprising how well it stays clean; I suspect the dry treatment helps it repel dirt. Feeds through a Grigri just fine and works well in tube-style belay devices.

>Rating: 5

No complaints.

I've used it several times

I've used this rope outside around the SLC area and in Moab, and it's performed well in both areas on granite, quartzite, and sandstone. It gives you a nice catch when you take a fall, and has stood up well to rope drag . I climbed on it for about the second half of the outdoor season and have taken it inside about a dozen or so times. Definitely recommended for the average sport climber for inside or outside, although keep in mind for inside you'll be dealing with a good bit of excess length.

>Rating: 5

Great rope

I've used it several times

Bought this rope a month or so ago, and have taken it to the gym, on a trad trip, and on a few sport trips. This is the first rope I've bought myself, but I've been around different ropes for a while and this one certainly doesn't disappoint! Obviously the price is great for the length/width/treatment. The length is great for longer sport routes, and the middle mark is very clear (unlike some of the dual color ropes I've climbed on in the past). It feeds super nicely through a GriGri and an ATC, and it's very comfortable to fall on, too. It's held up well to what I've put it through so far, if a little dirty, but we'll see how it works out long term. It's pretty light for the length and width, so not a bear to haul out to the crag, and fits well in the Trango Antidote bag I bought with it. I'm looking forward to using this rope lots in the fall when the season returns!


Does the thermo shield bond the sheath and core? Saw that it says it does on the Tommy Caldwell rope. But I couldn't find much literature on it