Beal Cobra II 8.6mm


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Anis - Dry Cover - 60m



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The allrounders double rope, this one is great for British rock routes, Alpine rock, ice and mixed routes and winter routes. Weighing 48g per metre, an impressive 16 falls (Beal Guaranteed) and an impact force of 5.1kN. Who could ask for more?

Remember you need two of these to climb on as they are half ropes, so please order two if you don't already own one and we will make sure that they are contrasting colours.

Follow this link for information on when to replace your rope .

  • Weight: 48g/M
  • Impact Force: 5.1kN
  • UIAA Falls: 16
  • Sharp edge resistance
  • Sheath percentage: 38%


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