Imori - Green/Black

$0.96
SKU: 43
Weight: 0 lbs 7 ozs
DescriptionImori Rope Black/Green
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"Interesting Material Choice"

on 5/4/2015 12:13:32 PM

Write your review here: I prefer double braid materials for making equine tack, in this case reins. I normally use double braid nylon but chose this material due to the colors. The material is easy to work with given an electric rope cutter is used. The acid test is my daughter using the reins to see how she likes the feel - the colors are spot on for her!!

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What are you using this item for? Equine tack

Product Details

Meet Imori rope from Yale Cordage.

While most 24 strand climbing ropes have moved towards the smaller diameter sizes lately, this rope does the opposite. The diameter is 11.7mm, but is designed to feel like a 13MM, so it is more in the range of classic 12 or 16 strand ropes.


Yale Cordage has developed and incorporated a new type of taslanized (textured) fiber into the rope structure which provides bulk, and therefore an enhanced grip for better ergonomics. This fiber is blended with a 100% solution dyed filament polyester into the construction. This unique blend allows the fibers to be exposed on both the outer sheath and also on the inside of the sheath providing more friction to the inner core which helps to minimize excessive elongation while providing a superior unsurpassed grip for the climber.


CE Certified to EN1891 Type A


Strand Count:
24 Strands
Color:
Green & Black
Diameter:
12mm (1/2")
Weight:
7 lbs per 100ft
Tensile Strength:
6,200 lbs (2,812 kg)
Fiber:
Polyester
 

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"Interesting Material Choice"

on 5/4/2015 12:13:32 PM

Write your review here: I prefer double braid materials for making equine tack, in this case reins. I normally use double braid nylon but chose this material due to the colors. The material is easy to work with given an electric rope cutter is used. The acid test is my daughter using the reins to see how she likes the feel - the colors are spot on for her!!

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What are you using this item for? Equine tack

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