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  • Trango - Catalyst Climbing Rope - 9.0mm - One Color

Trango Catalyst Climbing Rope - 9.0mm

$259.95 - $298.95

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    For rock anywhere in the world.

    You can rely on Trango's 9.0mm Catalyst Climbing Rope when you plan on climbing sport one day and alpine the next. Trango had this super skinny rope certified as a single rope, half rope, or twin rope for the utmost versatility in the vertical world. The rope's Unicore construction bonds the sheath to the core to enhance performance, increase durability, and eliminate sheathe slippage. Trango treated both core and sheath with Duo Dry for reliable resistance against moisture, dirt, and abrasion. A rope this skinny should only be used by highly experienced belayers and climbers.

    • Duo Dry treatment
    • Unicore rope construction
    • Certified for single, half, and twin use
    • Item #TRG001O

    Tech Specs

    single, half, twin
    9.0 mm
    Dry Treatment
    yes, Duo Dry
    Static Elongation
    [single] 6.5, [half] 6.5, [twin] 3.9
    Dynamic Elongation
    [single] 31.2, [half] 26.3, [twin] 23.4
    Impact Force
    [single] 8.2 kN, [half] 6.2 kN, [twin] 9.8 kN
    UIAA Falls
    [single] 7, [half] 31, [twin] 45
    Center Mark
    Sheath Construction
    Claimed Weight
    55 g/m
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Probably the best rope on the market

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    nobody has really heard of trango ropes but I can attest that they are amazing, especially the catalyst. 9.0 is not very accurate, more like a 9.4 when it's broken in. This is the most durable fluid skinny rope out there, due to the gluing of the core to the sheath