Bluewater 1-inch Climb-spec Webbing

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Bluewater 1-inch Climb-spec Webbing
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Use this tubular webbing for making your own runners or etriers, for anchoring or for use as a sling.

Cord and webbing are sold by the foot; when ordering, please indicate the number of feet you would like in the "quantity" box.

Made in USA.


  • Sewn in a tube shape and flattened out for double strength
  • Ideal for tying with a water knot; meant to be tightened under full-body weight
  • When tying your own runners, leave at least 2" tails for safety
  • For proper instructions, consult a climbing reference, i.e. Mountaineering Freedom of the Hills
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Favored for its uncompromising construction, Blue Water's Climb-Spec Webbing out-performs normal Military Spec webbing in strength, flexibility, knotability, and durability.
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Country of Origin:USA
Diameter:1 ins
Length:per foot
Size:1 inch
Strength:17.8 kilonewtons
Webbing type:Tubular
Weight per foot:12.8 grams
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Bluewater 1-inch Climb-spec Webbing Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Solid webbing

This webbing is great for slacklining and extending toprope anchors closer to the edge. However, it should never be used to run a toprope anchor over the edge. Weighted webbing cuts like butter over a sharp edge, and this webbing is less abrasion resistant than the coarser military spec webbing (hence the $.02 difference). Static rope should always be used to handle an edge, but if you insist on using only webbing for your anchor, use military spec. It has the same breaking strength and won't cut as easily on an edge.

Another great use for this webbing is as a rope protector. Cut a 4ft section and slide your static rope through the inside of the webbing. Works great, and is about $9 cheaper than the Spiroll Rope Protector.
Sportrocker at REI on 08/08/2011

Best Slack Line Period

I bought 100ft. of this webbing to use for a longer slack line. It's awesome! The webbing is smooth on your feet and is super durable. I've also used the 1in. webbing for years climbing. Perfect for building anchors and re-slinging old worn out fixed anchors. If you're looking for a solid piece of webbing for anything from slack line to climbing, this is your stuff.
ThankGod4KeSha at REI on 05/05/2013

Just as expected

Loved the feel and weight of this webbing. Came out of the box and felt like equiptment I could trust. I have used this webbing to tie up my hammock and have had great success with it. Even got it in an ugly knot and with minimal effort was able to get it undone. Great product.
dg at Mountain Gear on 09/09/2010

Webbing for rock climbing

I was very satisfied with the product, there was nothing wrong with the webbing when I received it. I could use it on short or long climbs and it will last a long time and very safe, strong, reliable product. So far there isn't anything to complain about. =]. Great Christmas gift!
Chello_11 at Mountain Gear on 12/12/2011

Great stuff

I climb at least once a week out at our local parks and this stuff is great for makeing anchors. I love the color options and the silky feel. It is much better than the stuff the stores in town carry.
Jaimo at REI on 04/04/2010

Great for Slacklining

I used this tubular webbing for slack-lining and it cant get any better.
It is very durable but pretty light weight. The only con is that it will streach a little in the beginning only because it is new.
Butler at REI on 08/08/2012

Make your own runners

This stuff is great, you should buy lots of it. You can use it to create your own runners, set top rope off fixed anchors, and lots of other stuff. Plus it's always good to have some extra webbing.
Dividend Builder at REI on 09/09/2007

Best Webbing Around!

In my opinion this is the best webbing around. It is stronger than the military grade stuff,it is .02/ft cheaper, and it is smooth to the touch. Next time I need webbing I'm buying more of this stuff.
northfacejmb at REI on 09/09/2007

Awesome Webbing

This stuff is great for slacklining. It feels great under your feet and is $.02 cheaper than Mil-spec webbing. I haven't used it for climbing but I'm sure it would work really well for anchors as well.
slackliner22 at REI on 08/08/2010

Overall Satisfied

I use this webbing for slacklining and I love it! I haven't found any problems with it so far and I've had it for about a month.
Ellie Jane at REI on 06/06/2011

Neutral Reviews:

webbing for runners

Picked some up to redo my runners.
Law at Mountain Gear on 06/06/2013