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Sterling Canyon Tech Rope - 9.5mm

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Canyon Tech Rope

Thanks to completely static construction and abrasion-resistant materials, the Sterling Canyon Tech Rope withstands seasons of slot canyons and caving trips. This 9mm rope won’t weigh down your pack the way your partner’s tugboat cable does, yet it still handles all the rigors of the steep.
  • Static construction eliminates sawing over edges to increase cut resistance
  • Durable Technora sheath has high heat resistance so it better handles the heat generated when you descend rapidly
  • The 9mm thickness means this rope packs well for hiking portions of the canyon
  • Green tracer woven into the sheath to increase visibility
  • Item #STE0029

Type
static
Diameter
9.5 mm
Dry Treatment
no
Center Mark
no
Bi-Pattern
no
Sheath Construction
double-pick
Recommended Use
canyoneering
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

great rope

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Very tough, we use it in canyoneering classes where they get copious amounts of use and they hold up very well.

>Rating: 5

Bomber rope

I love this rope. Crazy durability even on the terrible sandstone I rub it on. Very soft for a static rope. I have already dragged it through a few canyons and it is barely broken in. I expect to use this rope for a few years to come.

>Rating:

Sterling 9.5 mm CanyonTech Canyon Rope

>Rating:

Getting Mindbent

Canyon Tech rigged for this final 80' free hanger out of the canyon.

Canyon
>Rating: 5

35+ canyons without issue

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

My 200 ft canyontech is a complete workhorse. I purchased it 3 years ago and it has been used in over 35 canyons (including Heaps, Imlay, Upper/Lower Jump, etc.). I am just now retiring it because it just doesn't seem right to keep using an old rope, but there is no fraying, no core-shots, no sheath damage. I have had plenty of problems with other brands of ropes, but not 'ole faithful. I don't care that it isn't as static as other options, it is the only canyoneering rope I will purchase.

>Rating: 5

Technora... More like CHUCKNORA

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This rope is great. I'm planning on this being my workhorse rope. I'm debating about cutting it into 2x100 or some variation. Why you ask? Because this thing takes a beating. I feel Like I would get more use our of it in shorter lengths. However cutting Technora will require a wrap or something at the cut ends. Technora does not melt like Nylon or Polyester. The Technora sheath is part of the Aramrid/ Kevlar family. The Nylon core is coated to help with water but if you are constantly in wet canyon I would consider the Canyon IV with the polypropylene core. If your looking for a rope that can take a beating (or give one) like Chuck does, this is the rope for you.

This

HAH !!!

>Rating:

Canyon tech in Rubio Canyon

Bought a 60 m canyon tech rope after taking an ATS course and have loved it. My go to rope for any canyoneering adventure in the San Gabriels.

Bought
>Rating: 5

Durable rope

This rope has now been through several canyons with larger groups using it. While it is definitely in need of a cleaning, it remains free of abrasions or any other issues. It does have a very slight stretch to it that is noticeable on raps over 100ft, but much less than ropes used by my buddies.

>Rating:

What is the claimed weight per 100ft? Can you provide actual weight as compared to the Sterling 9mm rope?

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is this rope dry treated

is this rope dry treated

No, only the core is hydroponically treated, but not the outside so technically not a Dry-Rope...