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CLAS SIC SPORT


Classic Sport rope normally features an EZ-Bend Sheath, offering a fine balance between extraordinary abrasion-resistance and good knotability. For even greater abrasion resistance, consider asking about PMI®


Max Wear. Characterized by greater sheath tension, the knotability of PMI® Key Features: 16-carrier construction • Nylon • Classic construction


9 mm (23/64”) Weight: 53.0 g/m » MBS: 18.3 kN (4114 lbf) » Elongation: 3.7% at 300 lbf | 5.4% at 600 lbf | 7.6% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 4.3%


White/Red/Black


30 m (100 ft) SR090WZ030E 46 m (150 ft) SR090WZ046E 61 m (200 ft) SR090WZ061E 92 m (300 ft) SR090WZ092E 183 m (600 ft) SR090WZ183E 200 m (656 ft) SR090WZ200E


USA MADE CERTIFIED $69.30


$104.00 $138.70 $208.20 $416.50 $455.40


CI1801, STATIC


11 mm (7/16”) Weight: 80.0 g/m » MBS: 28.5 kN (6407 lbf) » Elongation: 1.8% at 300 lbf | 3.7% at 600 lbf | 5.6% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 3.7%


White/Red/Black


30 m (100 ft) SR110WZ030E 46 m (150 ft) SR110WZ046E 61 m (200 ft) SR110WZ061E 92 m (300 ft) SR110WZ092E 183 m (600 ft) SR110WZ183E 200 m (656 ft) SR110WZ200E


USA MADE PMI® PAS SAGE Want a great all-around Canyoneering rope for a reasonable cost? The PMI®


9 mm (23/64”) Weight: 53.0 g/m » MBS: 18.3 kN (4114 lbf) » Elongation: 3.7% at 300 lbf | 5.4% at 600 lbf | 7.6% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 4.3%


Red/Yellow


61 m (200 ft) RR090RY061ED USA MADE


$202.20 BERRY COMPLIANT CERTIFIED CI1801, STATIC


10 mm (25/64”) Weight: 66.0 g/m » MBS: 26.5 kN (5957 lbf) » Elongation: 2.4% at 300 lbf | 4.6% at 600 lbf | 7.4% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 4.7%


Red/Yellow


61 m (200 ft) RR100RY061ED 92 m (300 ft) RR100RY092ED


USA MADE


$212.20 $318.50


BERRY COMPLIANT CERTIFIED CI1801, STATIC


11 mm (7/16”) Weight: 80.0 g/m » MBS: 28.5 kN (6407 lbf) » Elongation: 1.8% at 300 lbf | 3.7% at 600 lbf | 5.6% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 3.7%


Red/Yellow


30 m (100 ft) RR110RY030ED 46 m (150 ft) RR110RY046ED 61 m (200 ft) RR110RY061ED


USA MADE


$128.40 $192.70 $256.90


BERRY COMPLIANT CERTIFIED CI1801, STATIC ROPE STATIC ROPE Passage out performs a lot


of the more expensive competition! Our Hydro Cover treatment adds performance in wet canyon use. Key Features: Hydro Cover treatment • 6,6 nylon • Classic construction


CERTIFIED $91.10


$136.70 $182.30 $273.50 $547.10 $598.20


CI1801, STATIC


10 mm (25/64”) Weight: 66.0 g/m » MBS: 26.5 kN (5957 lbf) » Elongation: 2.4% at 300 lbf | 4.6% at 600 lbf | 7.4% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 4.7%


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30 m (100 ft) SR100WZ030E 46 m (150 ft) SR100WZ046E 61 m (200 ft) SR100WZ061E 92 m (300 ft) SR100WZ092E 183 m (600 ft) SR100WZ183E 200 m (656 ft) SR100WZ200E


USA MADE CERTIFIED $79.30


$119.00 $158.70 $238.20 $476.50 $521.00


CI1801, STATIC


12.5 mm (1/2”) Weight: 104.0 g/m » MBS: 42 kN (9442 lbf) » Elongation: 1.3% at 300 lbf | 2.9% at 600 lbf | 4.7% at 1000 lbf » Elongation at 10% MBS: 4.2%


White/Red/Black


30 m (100 ft) SR125WZ030E 46 m (150 ft) SR125WZ046E 61 m (200 ft) SR125WZ061E 92 m (300 ft) SR125WZ092E 183 m (600 ft) SR125WZ183E 200 m (656 ft) SR125WZ200E


USA MADE CERTIFIED


$109.60 $164.50 $219.30 $329.10 $658.30 $719.80


CI1801, STATIC Classic Max Wear


isn’t anything to write home about, but for durability it simply can’t be beat. Any of the ropes below can be ordered with the Max Wear sheath design - just replace the E at the end of the part number with an M… or ask your friendly PMI representative to assist you.


Classic static rope has been at the heart of mountaineering and caving worldwide for over 30 years. Extreme durability and substance you can rely on are what this rope is known for. Built to exacting Cordage Institute Life Safety Rope requirements, this rope features a hard-wearing 16-carrier nylon sheath and a static core design. PMI®


STATIC ROPE


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