BEAL Tiger 10 mm X 70 m UNICORE Dry Cover Climbing Rope

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$249.95

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BEAL Tiger 10 mm X 70 m UNICORE Dry Cover Climbing Rope
 
3.5

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5.0

Great Rope

By Mary

from Boston, Ma

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Pros

  • Easy Clipping
  • Light

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about BEAL Tiger 10 mm X 70 m UNICORE Dry Cover Climbing Rope:

      Love this rope. I got it to lead with because I wanted a new lead rope. I was skeptical because I didn't want a thick one, but my sister has a Beal and it seems thinner than it is so I got it, and I'm glad I did. It definitely seems thinner than a 10mm. Slides through a GriGri with ease. Great rope.

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      2.0

      Meh

      By Buttertoes

      from Asheville, NC

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      Pros

      • Light
      • Soft Catching
      • Waterproof

      Cons

      • Kinks easily
      • Stiff
      • Weak Sauce Sheath

      Best Uses

      • Alpine

      Comments about BEAL Tiger 10 mm X 70 m UNICORE Dry Cover Climbing Rope:

      Got this rope specifically for the Tetons. I'm a heavy climber (6'3", 190lbs) and didn't want to go below 10mm. Performed reasonably well; difficult to flake even after cragging around Jennie lake and flaking at the ranch to break it in. Do not expect smooth handling right out of the bag like mammut. Excellent water resistance, probably its best attribute. It is light comparative to other ropes I've owned but all were 10.2mm. Took a couple of 20ft falls on it and the catch is easy and soft but not stretchy. In my opinion the durability is suspect at best and match head like at worst.
      Two days of climbing in North Carolina is all it took to get a core shot (and no, I wasn't doing it wrong or TRing). The sheath is thin and as such this rope shouldn't be used as a workhorse rope. Disappointed and wouldn't recommend.

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