rope you have to work
20 mars, 2016 @ 4:34 Non classé

out Mammut’s Transformer Protect Climbing Rope. At 9.8mm, it’s light enough to handle your project but tough enough for top-roping, and it has a middle mark so you can always know how much rope you have to work with. Mammut made the Transformer using transfer yarn, which is high-quality yarns leftover from the construction of other ropes, so it’s more sustainable than most cords and has a pattern that changes every meter. It also features Mammut’s Protect Coated Sheath treatment for added abrasion-resistance and a longer

fit that allows for layering underneath. This drytop connects to your pre-existing sprayskirt via a five-inch, double-pull waist—keeping both you and your kayak’s cockpit dry. Latex neck and wrist gaiters fit snugly for a water-tight closure against mist, chop, and unexpected spray. A GlideSkin coating inside the neoprene neck overcuff ensures your paddle sessions won’t end prematurely due to chafing

-bigtafit
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