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Progression: the infinite loop.
Rock climbing is a never-ending game of progression—there's always a harder climb around the corner for you to test your strengths on. Even professionals haven't found the line between possible and impossible yet. Maybe one day you'll be able to help find that line for yourself, and when you do, Mammut's Infinity Classic Climbing Rope will be there to catch you every time you try the impossible. Its combination of skinny diameter, low weight, and high performance complements intermediate to advanced climbers projecting routes ranging from nearby gyms to faraway multi-pitches.
- Classic climbing rope for the versatile rock climber
- Skinny 9.5mm diameter for intermediate to advanced handling
- Comes in 40m, 60m, or 70m lengths for gym, crag, or multi-pitch use
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- Q & A
Quality rope at a premium price
I have this rope in a 60 m dry, and decided to get a second in a 70 m classic. I love this rope and how smoothly feeds and feels. I bought the classic seventy as my primary climbing rope for long tours and linking pitches together. I will not be using the classic for any winter climbing.
Great standard rope for many uses
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The Infinity Classic is the least expensive of the Infinity line and is great for a general use rope. The slimmer 9.5 diameter will keep weight down and work with pretty much any ATC. 40m for gym use and the 60m and 70m for the outdoors. Even though this is the least expensive of the line it has similar elongation, impact force, and UIAA Falls. This rope is for dry conditions. If you need a rope that will last longer and work in wet conditions look at the Infinity Protect or Infinity Dry ropes or contact me and I can help you find the right rope for your needs. Take a look at the attached photo for a great example of the durability of the Infinity line. The photo shows the Classic (top), Protect (mid), and Dry (bottom) after being run over a sharp edge 200 times.
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
This rope is definitely an all-arounder when it comes to climbing at your local crag or gym, this is affordable and will fit your needs.
Does this rope have a middle marker?