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  • Small 8.4mm diameter and 30m length keep the weight down so you can haul the rope deep into the mountains
  • Sheath and core treatments protect against water and dirt, thereby increasing the durability of the rope
  • Kernmantle design features a stretchy core protected by a durable outer sheath which combine for strength and good handling.
  • Sterling Evolution Duetto Alpine Touring 8.4mm x 30m half rope meets UIAA tests for falls, impact force and elongation

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Specs

Best Use Climbing
Rope Type Half Rope
Rope Length (m) 30 meters
Rope Diameter (mm) 8.4 millimeters
Impact Force 6.5 kilonewtons
Dynamic Elongation 31.6 percent
Static Elongation 11 percent
UIAA Falls 6
Dry Treatment Dry Core and Sheath
Weight 45 grams per meter
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great, versatile rope w many uses A great rope for the money. It is very versatile for dry and wet conditions. Have used the rope on variable and unknown alpine routes (not as a primary rope for protected vertical climbing though). Also is a great for most snow travel, including Mt Baker and Mt Rainier in WA state. The color is bright making it easily visible on rocks and snow alike. Can be used with another single rope to take bigger falls but strong enough to rap on. The only thing is that it had a tendency to coil up a bit more on glacial travel. Overall, great rope with many abilities if you know where and how to use it. Just note that it is technically a single rope of a double rope system for strenuous vertical climbing.
Date published: 2013-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value Rope Works great for Rappels. Very secure. Holds knots well. Good amount of stretch. I use it for short rappels and it works fabulously. It's light weight is nice to carry when mountain climbing with an already heavy pack.
Date published: 2012-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for glacier travel This is a great rope for the money. It is lightweight and fun for glacier travel in western WA with some long approaches to climbs. It hasn't sustained a fall yet but I'm confident it will handle it fine.
Date published: 2013-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 8.4 Sterling ropope I bought the rope prior to climb Torrey's Peak in February and for all feature climbing like Shasta next month. The rope is supper great very light which for me is very important as a mountaineer keeping constant eyes on weight. I also love the way rope bends when you making figure eight or any other nut associated in climbing. 30 m and 8.4 capable to take over 14,000 pounts of weight if necessary it makes this rope perfect for 2 or 3 people glacier travel, my personal opinion. I love the rope.
Date published: 2017-04-16
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What is the minimum breaking strength of this rope?

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Date published: 2017-05-15
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