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Petzl Paso Dry Climbing Rope - 7.7mm

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    Light and ready for some super techy climbing.

    Petzl focused on keeping its Paso Dry Climbing Rope as light as possible to keep the weight off whether you're climbing ice, mixed, or mountaineering. Its 7.7-millimeter diameter makes this an excellent rope for very technical climbs across glaciers, through thin crevices, and up steep precipices. Petzl treated this rope with Duratec Dry to resist water, dirt, and abrasion as well as to enhance grip and handling in cold, wet conditions. The EverFlex treatment stabilizes the core's strands to help even more with consistent handling, and an UltraSonic finish bonds the core to the sheathe to eliminate frayed ends and increase this rope's overall durability. The ClimbReady Coil lets you uncoil this rope out of its package without tangles. So, go climbing already. 

    • Duratec Dry and EverFlex treatments
    • UltraSonic finish
    • Middle mark
    • 42 grams per meter
    • 7.7-millimeter diameter
    • ClimbReady Coil
    • Available in 50, 60, and 70-meter lengths
    • Item #PTZ000H

    Tech Specs

    half, twin
    7.7 mm
    Dry Treatment
    yes, Duratec
    Static Elongation
    [half] 8.5%, [twin] 7%
    Dynamic Elongation
    [half] 31%, [twin] 30%
    Impact Force
    [half] 5.9 kN, [twin] 9.2 kN
    UIAA Falls
    [half] 7, [twin] 20
    Center Mark
    Sheath Construction
    Sheath Mass
    Claimed Weight
    42 g/m
    Recommended Use
    ice climbing, mixed climbing, mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    Hello, can somebody place an entire Paso rope on a scale and measure its weight. Also, please let me know the length of the rope used. I'd like to do my own calculation for grams/meter because the manufacturer's quoted weights tend to be way off. Thanks!