Sterling Ropes Fusion Nano IX 9mm


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Dry - Neon Green - 70m



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Perhaps the best dynamic climbing rope currently available on the market.  This triple rated rope is perfect for every aspect of climbing - it's super light at 52 g/M so you can push yourself on hard sport routes.  It's triple rating means you can use it as a single, half or twin and it's part of the Fusion range from Sterling which makes it incredibly durable.  So if you're somebody who enjoys all aspects of climbing or whether you simply want a rope for your local indoor wall, this rope will do it all and do it well.

One small word of warning, it's worth using a belay device with grooves (such as the Black Diamond ATC XP) or a mechanically assisted device (such as a Petzl Grigri or Climbing Technology Alpine Up) as it can be more difficult to hold for longer periods of time.

  • Diameter: 9.0mm
  • UIAA falls: 6 | >15 | >20
  • Weight: 52 g/M
  • Dynamic Elongation: 33.1% | 27.6% | 25.3%
  • Static Elongation: 7.0% | 7.0% | 3.6%
  • Impact Force: 8.5kN | 6.6kN | 10.4kN


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