- Short Description
- UIAA-falls: 7-8
- Weight: 61g/m
- Impact force: 8.5kN
- Elongation with 80 kg: 7%
- Comes with the Ophir Rope Bag
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Swiss Quality since 1862
Every Mammut® rope is produced in Switzerland. An ISO 9001-compliant Quality Management System ensures the same exceptional quality from raw materials receipt through to the finished, packaged rope. Every single meter that is produced is checked electronically for any inconsistency during the final control. In our inhouse test laboratory with its fall facility, Mammut test and monitor ropes from every production batch to make sure all the relevant values are complied with.
Sustainability in the rope production
As well as meeting the highest safety criteria, Mammut® ropes are produced using a process that is as environmentally friendly as possible. The bluesign® product label certifies adherence to strict environmental requirements in relation to the materials used and all steps of the production chain. Together with myclimate, we also monitor and offset the CO2emissions generated by our rope production at Mammut's head office.
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Haven't used the rope yet, but from initial inspection it appears to be a well-built single or half rope. A bit short for most runs, but it is clearly listed as a 60M rope.
I ordered this rope as my first rope, primarily for gym use with the possibility of going outdoors. I feel it is a great value for a first rope because it includes a rope bag. This rope is very sturdy and not too heavy.
It is my first rope and works great, the rope bag included is also a extra bouns that makes the package a A+ for beginner. I definitely recommend it !
It is my first rope and works great, the rope bag included is also a extra bouns that makes the package a A+ for beginner. I definitely
My first rope and it works just perfect for me, the rope bag included in the package is a big bouns and makes the price awesome , definitilly recommend to ppl like me who want to start to have their first own rope