Edelrid Anniversary DT 9.7mm


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Released for their 150th anniversary, Edelrid have produced an excellent sport climbing rope representing the 150 years of experience and excellent service Edelrid has. The DuoTec construction allows you to easily see the middle of the rope- as the design changes- extremely important for abseiling and lowering. Pro Dry treatment (repelling dirt and water), allows the rope strands to glide past each other, reducing impact forces and increasing the lifespan of the rope. The thermo shield stabilisation gives the rope a long-lasting, supple feel. 

  • Diameter - 9.7 mm
  • Rope Type - Single
  • Weight - 61 g/m
  • Sheath Proportion - 40%
  • Number of falls - 9
  • Impact Force - 8.9 kN
  • Dynamic Elongation - 33%
  • Static Elongation - 8.1%
  • Sheath Slippage - 0 mm


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