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BlueWater Ropes
9.1mm Icon Dynamic Rope

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The all new Icon single rope is designed to be a great wearing skinny rope. The problem with most skinny ropes is overall performance is diluted when chasing a minimum diameter and weight. They really are not designed with the user’s best interest – safety and longevity in mind. The Icon has a 35% sheath mass with a tight braid so the rope does not become floppy and has less drag which means less abrasion from running across rock. Try an Icon as your next skinny rope. We believe you’ll be amazed at this new design when compared to other “skinny” ropes.

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Features

  • Diameter: 9.1mm
  • Grams Per Meter: 55
  • Impact Force:8.8 kN
  • UIAA Falls Held:5
  • Static Elongation: 7.2%
  • Dynamic Elongation:32.7%
  • Sheath Slippage:3mm
  • Sheath Mass:35%

Made In USA

Gender: Unisex
Season: F14 S15
Vendor ProductId: 91ICON
Review ProductId: 41103

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  • Q:

    Rope weight to carry, and rope strength in pounds for climbing.

    What is the lightest, strongest rope you have for mountain climbing
    Asked on 1/3/2015 by Angela from Joplin, MO

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    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      It weighs 55g per meter, so the 60m length will be 3300g dry (about 7 1/4 pounds). Bluewater doesn't publish MBS figures or WLLs for these, in pounds or otherwise, but the published "impact force" for this rope is 8.8 kN. This one is a good choice for your needs; this one is designed with strength and abrasion resistance in mind.

      Answered on 1/5/2015 by Jeff from Rock/Creek
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