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KM-III is a static rope (almost zero stretch) with a continuous filament polyester cover braided over a unidirectional nylon core. This 7/16 size has a tensile strength of 8,000 lbs.
Starting At:
$0.90
 
KM-III is a static rope (almost zero stretch) with a continuous filament polyester cover braided over a unidirectional nylon core. This 7/16 size has a tensile strength of 8,000 lbs.
Starting At:
$0.90
 
KM-III is a static rope (almost zero stretch) with a continuous filament polyester cover braided over a unidirectional nylon core. This 7/16 size has a tensile strength of 8,000 lbs.
Starting At:
$0.90
 
KM-III is a static rope (almost zero stretch) with a continuous filament polyester cover braided over a unidirectional nylon core. This 7/16 size has a tensile strength of 8,000 lbs.
Starting At:
$0.90
 
KM-III is a static rope (almost zero stretch) with a continuous filament polyester cover braided over a unidirectional nylon core. This 7/16 size has a tensile strength of 8,000 lbs.
Starting At:
$0.90
 
Sterling HTP is a fantastic Kernmantle static rope (almost zero stretch). Polyester jacket AND polyester core. Improved abrasion resistance compared to KM - III makes HTP a popular choice for arborists using SRT. 7,600 lb tensile strength.
Starting At:
$0.96
 
Sterling HTP is a fantastic Kernmantle static rope (almost zero stretch). Polyester jacket AND polyester core. Improved abrasion resistance compared to KM - III makes HTP a popular choice for arborists using SRT. 7,600 lb tensile strength.
Starting At:
$0.96
 
Sterling HTP is a fantastic Kernmantle static rope (almost zero stretch). Polyester jacket AND polyester core. Improved abrasion resistance compared to KM - III makes HTP a popular choice for arborists using SRT. 7,600 lb tensile strength.
Starting At:
$0.96
 
Sterling HTP is a fantastic Kernmantle static rope (almost zero stretch). Polyester jacket AND polyester core. Improved abrasion resistance compared to KM - III makes HTP a popular choice for arborists using SRT. 7,600 lb tensile strength.
Starting At:
$0.96
 
Self-braking descender for work on ropes. The Sparrow allows the operator to lower himself on the working line, position himself on the working line and to climb back up it.
$133.59
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This rope is made by All Gear. A little softer jacket compared to the New England KMIII or the Sterling HTP, but still a great rope for rappelling or other applications where you need a nice static rope.
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$0.83
 
Constructed with a softer feel, the 11.1mm Tendril is easy to grip with or without gloves. Great as a work positioning line as well as an access line, the Tendril resists flattening or glazing even under heavy use. 5,912 Lb. Avg. break strength
Starting At:
$0.91
 
The mother of all deals if you need some arborist rope sections under 100'.
$55.00
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