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Charlie Fells

Which Rope Do You Guys/Girls Have.

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Loads of threads on this subject mate hit the search button,

me personally love abit of three strand runs sweet in my spiderjack cheap as chips aswell :thumbup1:

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Marc   

New England taccyhon, Yale Imori and lime light at present.

To be honest rope is rope to me, but I do really like the Imori it's lighter than 13mm line but does not feel much different in the hand by tough wearing I,ve had mine before it even had a name.

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MattyF   

Most new England -Yale-edelrid ropes are worth a go it just down to the diameter and length you want to use.. I'm still mainly climbing on new England fly.

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skyhuck   
one that reaches the ground

 

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I'm amazed by the number of people who climb on a short line, but insist on an aerial rescue groundie, I would sooner have a long rope than a climbing groundie every time, if things go bad your best chance is self rescue, changing my TIP while losing claret is not my idea of fun!!!!:thumbdown:

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swinny   

I'm on yale xtc 13mm 37m... will be trying something new when the time comes, and need a longer rope as the tree's seem to be all getting bigger :001_smile:

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