For folks who don’t want to be weighed down, but want a safety margin higher than the very lightest ropes available. Sport climbers, single-pitch craggers, or those stringing pitches together may wish to opt for the weight advantage of this rope.
- The Mammut hand is slightly stiff feeling, rather than noodly. It offers a nice balance between stretch and impact force.
- Tightly woven sheath provides smooth handling and abrasion resistance.
- Superdry treatment to both the core and sheath increases durability in icy and dirty conditions.
- Lap coiled for tangle-free first use. No need to go through the time-consuming process of uncoiling your new line to keep it from becoming twisted.
- Sheath proportion is 36%.
|Type||Single (10mm ›)|
Dry ropes have a water-resistant treatment on both core and sheath. Dry (UIAA certified) ropes have both core and sheath treated, plus meet the UIAA Water Repellent standard by passing a stringent test where a soaked rope cannot absorb more than 5% of the rope's weight.
Maximum elongation in the first UIAA test fall, where a weight is attached to the rope and then dropped. Higher numbers indicate stretchier ropes.
In controlled tests, a weight is suspended from the rope (not dropped). Higher numbers indicate stretchier ropes.
The amount of force, in kN, that the first UIAA fall puts on the falling object. Less impact force puts less force on the climber, belayer, and protection during a fall.
|Halfway pattern change||No|
UIAA fall rating
Indicates the number of consecutive falls a rope withstood during testing in a controlled environment. The number is for reference only, and does not indicate the number of falls a rope will withstand during actual use or over its lifespan.