Sterling 7MM Accessory Cord

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Sterling 7MM Accessory Cord
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Sterling 7MM Accessory Cord - Sterling 7 mm cord has a very durable sheath and high MBS which makes it great for prusik cords, cordelettes, ice threads, lightweight low-stretch fixing and hauling "tag" lines. Can also be used in nonlife safety applications such as dog leashes, towlines, or even as decorative trim and cover.

Features:

  • Very durable sheath and high MBS (minimum break strength)
  • Sold by the foot
  • Ideal for tying into climbing anchors
  • Can also be used for towlines, dog leashes, and as decorative trim
  • NOT for use in lead climbing or rappelling
  • General-purpose utility cord
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Larger cords have a very durable sheath and high MBS which makes them great for prusik cords, cordelettes, ice threads, lightweight low-stretch fixing and hauling `tag` lines. But can also be used in non-life safety applications such as dog leashes, towlines, or even as decorative trim and cover.

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Diameter:7 mm
Strength:2788 lb. (12.4 kN)
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Sterling 7MM Accessory Cord Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Nice cord!

Made a Purcell Prusik out of 11 feet of it. It knots nicely and is supple enough for the prusik hitch to bite well.
Mountaineer Mike at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Tech Specs don't match Sterling Website

Confused about what I bought here. The tech specs on the EMS website don't match the Sterling website. EMS 2,315 lbs vs Sterling 2,788 lbs. Why would these be different?
jgf at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 05/05/2013