Aspiring Back-up Prusik
A nice clean unit, a choice of three lengths.
A nice clean unit, a choice of three lengths.
Large grip and hard bristles.
Nice as an adjustable personal safety, practice with this somewhere safe before first use.
NB: Colours may differ from photo.
Useful as a sub 10mm single rope auto block as well as its intended use as a ratchet prusik.
Proudly made in New Zealand.
A good usable length.
The sewn join makes for a nice clean catch free prusik.
5mm cord is best for really thin ropes, particularly icy ones or those concerned with weight and bulk.
6mm is the normal diameter prusik that makes up 80 - 90% of our sales.
7mm is ideal for use with 11mm ropes and can also be used for bailing off.
Innumerable uses. Really good idea to keep a couple of metres of different sizes in your pack.
Useful for attaching rope protectors to the rope.
Supple, abrasion and melt resistant. Note: strength 22kN.
Works well. Price pointed, but a little harder on the hands than the Dobi.
A nice unit.
Great fit, fingers not too long like most gloves. Save the hands when belaying and rope handling. Incredible value for money.
For cleaning, hanging belays and even steeply sloping ground, a bucket is better than a bag.
Great value for money.
Large volume bag.
Soft enough to stuff into a large pack or haul bag.
10m is a handy length, various diameters, comes in random colours. If you have a strong colour preference contact us for options.
An ideal rope for use with a GriGri, popular with route developers.
Get as little or as much as you want.
Dyneema cord. High strength, low elongation, light weight and low bulk. Dyneema does not loose significant strength with repetitive flexing.
Popular for height safety work. Sold in five lengths 20/30/50/100/200m, or by the metre.
Smaller backpack type bag with some nice features.
A large, light rope tarp.
The best rope bag I've had. Large removeable tarp and acts as a bucket.
The best rope cleaning brush I've ever had.
A very hard wearing cord.
Popular with canyoneers and paddlers.
Once every year or so I'm glad to have one.
My favorite cord for cordelettes or re-slinging nuts etc. Strong with little bulk. Needs to be tied with a triple fisherman's knot.
Great for slinging large rocks, or extending the rope over the edge. NB: Colour now RED.
Very strong and very little bulk, my favorite cord for anchors. Made from 7m of cord - closed loop 3.4m.
CORDELETTES NOW RED - new photo coming.
Ideal for cordelettes, abseiling, anchors etc as it is a little more forgiving than static.
Makes a great tag line, has a dynamic core. This is the best handling cord I have used, thick enough to haul a light pack.
Heavy duty tarp, simple bag.
Lightweight, 10mm diameter is a popular size. This rope has a wide range of uses: canyoning / abseiling / top roping / river rescue and height safety. Sold by the metre as well as 50 & 66m lengths. The 66m length works well in conjunction with a 60m dynamic.
An ideal diameter for use with rock climbing devices. Soft handling and hard wearing. For: rock climbing / canyoning / river rescue etc. Available by the metre, or in 6 convenient lengths. For 200m please contact us.
A cheap rope ideal for entry level, occasional climbers, or those looking for an inexpensive work rope.
Designed for heavy use, great outdoors as well as in the gym. Make a great working rope. Sold by the metre, or in convenient lengths.
More and more climbers are buying a shorter dedicated indoor rope.
An eye catching rope, very photogenic.
A good solid bag, quite large.
A nice entry level rope.
A nice compromise between the 9.8mm and the 9.4mm.
Ideal for use with single ropes.
Great storage bin or rope bucket.
This is my sending rope. Petzl make the nicest handling ropes I have ever used.
70's are becoming more popular.
Only 3g per metre heavier than the 9.2mm.
Lightweight rope bag that is also a pack - well priced.
A thicker version of the Push. Really well priced; save your expensive lead rope for leading. I've used semi static ropes for top roping and working routes top down and the pluses way out number the negatives. NOTE: Petzl only recommend this rope for caving & canyoning or as a fixed line. NOT for lead climbing.
Easy to adjust one handed.
Popular with those that like to extend their rap device.
Buy as much as you like, up to 60 metres.
Handles well, soft and quite twist free.
Choice of 30m or 40m lengths. Nice for the gym, or shorter outdoor climbs, especially as more climbers are using 70m or 80m ropes.
Super Topo's Top Pick, stacked with great features.
Great first rope, handles well.
Look after your rope and it will look after you.