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Samson Arbor Plex Rope 1/2in

Samson Arbor Plex Rope 1/2in
Item #: APLX12
$354.95
Arbor-Plex climbing rope combines polyester and polyolefin fibers in a 12-strand dura-tite construction.

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$354.95

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Arbor-Plex climbing rope combines polyester and polyolefin fibers in a 12-strand dura-tite construction. The dura-tite braiding process tightens the braid to keep the rope round and firm for knot control, and allows the strands to be snag resistant.The outer polyester fibers have SamsonSHERRILLtree parallayfiber orientation that prolongs rope life by minimizing the sawing action of rope over rough surfaces.

Arbor-Plex offers the best in performance versus price in a modern tree climberSHERRILLtree safety line. Any way you go, you;ll work with confidence on all of our 12-strand arborist lines. Climb safely!

Climbing Rope Specifications Chart (PDF)
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 2.00 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Replacement Part? No
Brand Samson
Color No
Diameter No
Strand Count No
Reviews

Customer Reviews

A lot lighter than expected Review by Touch Tree Modifying
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Great rope, very light, easy for knots, cheap to buy, overall a good value. (Posted on 9/29/2014)
Great for beginners Review by John
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This is a great line for new people to learn with. It's easy to grip, works well for years and if someone puts a saw through some of the strands, or snaps it, you won't have such a big mess in your pants as other more expensive lines. I use my old lines as light rigging and pull-over lines. (Posted on 8/17/2014)
Great product Review by Kerry, www.aaacuttingedge.com
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Great rope for the money. Does the job I have several of them (Posted on 5/31/2014)
great! Review by Russell
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I got this as my first climbing line. worked extremely well for the price! I still have the rope and use it as a spare! great rope. (Posted on 7/28/2013)