Mammut Tusk 9.8mm Climbing Rope - Blue 60 Meters

SKU: MMTRT9860BL MFR: 2010-01400 3150

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Product Highlights:

  • 11 Inlays
  • Sheat slippage in mm. - 0
  • Impact force in kN - 8,8
  • UIAA-falls 8-9
  • Elongation with 80kg is 6.8%

About Mammut Tusk 9.8mm Climbing Rope - Blue

Mammut Tusk 9.8mm Climbing Rope
Use the classic Mammut Tusk 9.8 mm. Climbing Rope on your outdoor adventures and feel more confident on your ascent. This rope has the best handling properties for climbers of all levels. The core comes with 11 inlays making it very strong and secure when handled. The climbing rope is made with 40 clappers for resistance, providing the added security any climber needs. The Mammut is very safe with it is 8-9 UIAA-falls (1 strand 80 kg) and is a must have item for the sports rack. The weight in g/m is 64 and can be carried lightly by the climbing enthusiasts. Sheat slippage is 0 mm., so it's free of lumps and bumps, providing a smooth ride throughout a climb. Thanks to the impact force of 8.8 kN the rope won't feel tension when falling. The elongation is for 80kg is 6.8%. The proportion of sheath is 38%. Have fun with you friends and family with the original Mammut Tusk 9.8mm Climbing Rope.

Mammut Tusk 9.8mm Climbing Rope - Blue Features

  • Weight 2.25 oz.
  • UIAA-falls - 8-9
  • Small diameter of 9,8 mm.
  • Sheat slippage in mm - 0
  • Proportion of sheath per cent 38
  • Impact force in kN - 8,8
  • Elongation per cent - 6,8
  • Elongation at 1st drop (fall) - 30
  • Durability
  • Core with 11 inlays
  • Comfortable
  • 40 clappers

Mammut Tusk 9.8mm Climbing Rope - Blue Specifications

11 inlays
2.25 oz.
Sheat slippage
Impact force
kN - 8,8
Elongation at 1st drop (fall)
Proportion of sheath per cent
Available in the Following Sizes:
70 Meters, 60 Meters
Weight [with packaging]
60 Meters: 9.35 lb
Mfr #

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
william b  great all around climbing rope
Oscar R  hi, could you tell me please if the tusk climbing rope is SuperDry or Standar ?
SHAIYAN K  It is the SuperDry, same one reviewed on Outdoor Gear Lab (but a different color).
Shopper  Does this have the SuperDry treatment?
ZACHARY P  I didn't personally get the one with superdry because i actually prefer ropes without the Superdry treatment for the sole reason that with that special treatment dirt has a tendency to work itself into the fibers of the rope and implant there doing actual damage. Granted if your going to be climbing in a area with a lot of rain and water then go for it, but keep it in mind. The actual rope itself is bomb and I recommend it to anybody
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