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BlueWater Ropes
Climb Spec Runner (1 Inch)

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The Bluewater 1" Climb-Spec Runners are sewn together with the incredibly strong Spectra thread and made with BW premium Climb-Spec webbing. If you are looking for strength and durability for big walls, long trad routes or just the local crag, look no further.


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Made In USA

Gender: Unisex
Season: F14 S15
Vendor ProductId: 761106
Review ProductId: 2518


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BlueWater RopesClimb Spec Runner (1 Inch)

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Good for hang gliders too!

By Dave

from Richmond, CA

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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  • Durable
  • Good UV resistance
  • Lightweight
  • Strong


    Best Uses

    • Hang Gliding

    Comments about BlueWater Ropes Climb Spec Runner (1 Inch):

    These runners are perfect for hang gliders, as backup or extension hang straps, which is what attaches the pilot's harness to the glider and holds the pilot's weight while in the air. The thin webbing is the right thickness to cut with a hook knife in an emergency.

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      What is the working load limit and minimum breaking strength?
      Asked on 3/19/2014 by Henri

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        Bluewater doesn't provide a WLL for these, but the published tensile strength (essentially the same as MBS) is 32 kN. WLL is typically 10-15% of tensile strength.

        Answered on 3/25/2014 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
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