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Mammut Crag Dry Rope - 9.5mm

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Crag Dry Rope

Among Mammut's arsenal of Crag climbing ropes, the Crag Dry Rope stands out as an 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. Mammut added a center mark to quicken rappel rigs. 
  • 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
  • Center mark assists with speedier descents
  • Item #MAMU51G

Dry Treatment
Static Elongation
Dynamic Elongation
Impact Force
UIAA Falls
Center Mark
Sheath Mass
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 1

Not gonna end well!

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

Bought this and I think it was a last years rope as the exact rope is not on the site now. But I think the new version is the one this review is on. Really loose string of sheath that runs throughout the rope. Hard to see in the picture but you can really feel this running it through your hand an through my ATC Guide. This will abrade the bumpy pronounced sections faster than the others. Have had Mammut ropes before and had a rope with a similar loose sheath like this, it didn't last a season of normal use. After looking at the packaging I found the ropes are not made in Switzerland anymore. Quality is not the same maybe? Also called their warranty dept and was told this was normal, buyer beware.