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Performance Static Rope
The Mammut Performance 11mm Static Rope's extremely low stretch and high strength make it a solid choice for the big wall haul. This extremely durable static line has a highly abrasion-resistant sheath that works with the low stretch core to maximize the rope's strength so you can experience new adventures with the same rope for a long time. Mammut makes this tough rope in 50-, 100-, and 200-meter lengths to let you fix a single pitch on a climb or stretch a line from one camp to another on an expedition.
- Extremely durable haul rope long-lasting use
- Highly abrasion-resistant sheath with low stretch for max strength
- Thickest 11mm diameter for burly durability on big walls and caves
- Item #MAM00TP
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- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
August 6, 2019
- I've put it through the wringer
Bought in 10.5 mm. Have a 100 ft length for top rope anchor rigging and another length of it for a top rope climbing rope. Burly as all heck. I have not used it for canyoneering. Going to say this now because someone will inevitably make a false claim of "YER GONNA DIIIIEEEE!" Some will say that one should never climb on static rope, this simply isn't true. This needs to be said because there are some inherent risk in doing so and given the popularity of climbing today, some people find their way into the sport without solid training. If you take a massive fall on static rope, yes, you can get hurt. With a tentative belayer who doesn't allow slack to build up then there is zero chance of such a fall. Further, on long top rope set-ups, the risk of decking down low due to rope stretch is GREATLY reduced with a static rope. As long as your belayer knows what they are doing, as I would hope they do, then it's safer to top rope on static rope than dynamic rope. Save your dynamic for when it counts!
J Pennsylvania Burns
August 12, 2019
Truth, you need static rope for many climbing duties, top ropes, hauling, rappelling, second lines, bivouac setup, also many arborist duties, caving and even slack line....static line is here for a reason.
October 16, 2018
What material is this rope made from? Sheath? Core?