9.8 Eternity Dry 2015


9.8 Eternity Dry 2015

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9.8 Eternity Dry 2015
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The new 9.8 Eternity Classic offers balanced properties with regard to low weight, perfect handling and sustained durability. The 9.8 Eternity Classic is therefore perfectly suited as an all-round rope for sports climbing in climbing gyms or rock-climbing parks.

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Dave Thexton's picture
Climbing Gear Geek
Aug 31st 2015
Hi Alex, There are specialized devices for cutting ropes (http://www.amazon.com/Seachoice-79901-ELECTRIC-ROPE-CUTTING/dp/B005150RE8) but this is probably too much of an investment for your one off situation. Don't worry! The alternative will only cost you one sharp knife (preferably a serrated one). Before you start, you should prepare some method of clamping the knife. Hold the knife over a hot flame until it is white hot; don't skimp on the heat, the more you can melt through your rope the better the final result.... (more)

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Watch our Gear Geek video about the Mammut's new, 2015 rope line and learn all great features of them in less than 1:30 minutes. The line is a specially-engineered, waterproof collection offering great all-around use for anyone from beginners to expert climbers. Whether you are climbing hard in the mountains or beginning in your local gym, this range of ropes has a model that suits your approach and style. Mammut's Award-Winning waterproof ropes cater to every type of climber.
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