FEATURES of the Mammut Gravity Classic 10.2mm Rope
Offers considerable safety reserves and a high number of standardized falls
The ideal choice for long training sessions in climbing gyms or work-out sessions in rock climbing parks
All climbing equipment is final sale. Sorry to be so mean about it., We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Sport Climbing, Climbing, Ice and Mixed Climbing
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Rated 4 out of
Great rope if you're just getting into the sportI bought this rope about a year ago from moosejaw and it has been great! I wanted something a little thicker that was rated for higher falls because I figured a lot of my friends would be learning to climb on this rope as well. It has handled a lot of abuse over the past year, but has held up pretty well. The rope has two black center marks in the middle that fade fairly quickly, but they can still be seen if you look really closely. All in all, I would definitely recommend this rope to anyone new to the sport looking for an inexpensive started rope.
Date published: 2014-09-02
Rated 4 out of
Nice rope!I bought this about one month ago. The rope is great in many ways except it is a little stiffer than others but that really hasn't been a problem. It seems like it will be a durable rope that will last a long time top roping.
Date published: 2015-10-24
Rated 5 out of
Affordable Gym Rope x2Second purchase of this rope for gym climbing. My last one had to be retired after 2 years of 3 days a week use but only due to flattening out from GriGri's. My gym calls for a minimum of a 110' rope which makes a 70m rope chopped in half the perfect buy. When on sale, going in with a buddy halfers makes this rope a no-brainer for gym use. Pretty much a standard no frills Mammut rope that is a workhorse at 10-11 UIAA factor 1.77 falls which is huge. The 10.2 size makes it easy to hold onto and wear well. I would say it's a bit heavy for repeated outdoor use on lines that require a 70m rope; I'd look at something 9.8 or smaller.
To cut this rope I would recommend a few methods. First if your gym sells accessory cord and webbing ask them to chop it if they have a hot blade cutter. Second, I get a utility knife blade and lock it down in a pair of vice grips. I then heat the blade with a blow torch and cut through the rope. Once cut I heat the blade a few more times and rub it along the outside of the cut making sure all exposed ends are cauterized. Third, Take a piece of athletic tape and wrap it around the middle of the rope. Take a razor blade and cut through the middle point of the tape. This will help it from fraying until you can then take a lighter and cauterize the end. Remove the tape or don't.
Date published: 2015-10-25
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