Sterling HTP Static Rope 1/2"

Size: Per Foot
Sale price$1.49


For ultimate strength in rescue situations, the Sterling HTP Static Rope 1/2" is your answer. Static rope resists stretching for rappelling or un-pinning heavy boats. This static rope is a favorite for rafters who frequently run technical rivers, or run heavy loads as the high tensile strength and low elongation is ideal for Z-dragging heavy loads. For serious rafters or paddlers accessing remote areas via a rappel, the Sterling Static Rope is tough enough to get the job done.

Breaking strength of 9,081 lbs. 48-carrier sheath construction gives this rope superb durability, low elongation, and suppleness. Certified to NFPA 1983, 2006.

Rope is sold by the foot, enter the number of feet you need as the quantity and the rope will come as one single strand in the number of feet specified.

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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