Bluewater Canyon Pro Dual Sheath Rope - 8mm

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Bluewater Canyon Pro Dual Sheath Rope - 8mm -
The Blue Water Canyon Pro Dual Sheath Rope features a polyester and Technora sheath coupled with a 100% Dyneema core for maximum strength and cut resistance. Its light weight only makes this cord more desirable for your next canyoneering adventure.

Fabric:

  • Tight-weave, single-pick construction and dry treatment keeps this line from absorbing water

Features:

  • Dyneema core provides unmatched strength
  • Technora sheath increases wear resistance over sharp and gritty rock
  • Low-elongation design eliminates any sawing action over edges
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Bluewater Canyon Pro Dual Sheath Rope - 8mm Reviews:

Reviews:

The Blue Water Canyon Pro Dual Sheath Rope - 8mm is a great canyoneering rope. The lite weight is great when approaches & canyons are multiple miles all day affairs.
8mm is fast on rappel so experts and thin people only. You also want to change the rub point on sharp edges constantly. 9.2mm is better for novices/intermediates, people who have more gravity mass, or if none of the above made any sense.
The orange color shows up well in pictures. The Dual Sheath has a great hand feel while on rappel. So soft that you wouldnÂ’t mind being tied up by a dominatrix with it if you are into that type of stuff.

Shaun at Backcountry.com on 07/12/2011

Bluewater's dry treatment is the best I've ever used.

Cedar Wright at Backcountry.com on 12/07/2010