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Mammut Crag Dry Duodess Rope - 9.5mm

$269.95 - $309.95
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Why We Like The Crag Dry Duodess Rope

Among Mammut's arsenal of Crag climbing ropes, the Crag Dry Duodess Rope stands out to us as a high-performance all-arounder for rock, ice, and every route in between. Mammut's Dry treatment excels UIAA's standards for abrasion-resistance as well as water-resistance, so this rope thrives in both desert and alpine environments. The skinny 9.5mm diameter delicately balances between strength and lightness, making the rope suitable for both single- and multi-pitch routes.

  • Dry-treated climbing rope ideal for rock, ice, and alpine climbing
  • 9.5mm diameter is strong on sport climbs and light on multi-pitch
  • Dry treatment exceeds UIAA for repelling water, dirt, and abrasion
  • Duodess bi-pattern design drastically quickens descents
  • Item #MAMU51H

Type
single
Diameter
9.5mm
Dry Treatment
UIAA Dry treatment
Static Elongation
8%
Dynamic Elongation
33%
Impact Force
8.8kN
UIAA Falls
7-Jun
Bi-Pattern
Duodess
Center Mark
bi-pattern permanently marks center
Sheath Construction
nylon
Sheath Mass
40%
Rope Weight
59g/m
Claimed Weight
[60m] 7lb 12.9oz, [70m] 9lb 1.7oz
Activity
climbing
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 2

kinky, but in a bad way.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Really not happy with this rope. Have had good luck with one other Mammut rope and went with the this for the different colors for each half of the rope. From the first time I used it is really wasted up and is impossible to get the kinks out of it. After a few days using it, it also is way more fuzzy than I thought it should be, I like the color but will not buy one of these again.

>Rating: 2

What happened to Mammut

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Height
5` 9"
Weight
145 lbs

Second time in the past 18 months I've got a Mammut rope that I'm not psyched on. Though this would replace an old Infinity I loved. This one definitely has a very high impact force. Jarring even taking short falls with a good belayer. Also handling is not nearly as good as my older ropes. Had bad luck with their 9.2 (can't remember the name of that one. Always was a fan, but something is different.

>Rating: 5

Awesome for the crag!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

Handles with ease and doesn't get twisty during the first few uses like so many ropes do. And I love how obvious the bi-pattern is!

>Rating:

For the number of UIAA Falls it indicates "7-Jun." What is 7-Jun?

>Rating:

How old would this rope be, from being made if I bought it?