Double-braid rope is the most commonly used rope for rigging trees because of its high strength and low stretch. The name describes this rope's construction, 2 ropes in one. The inner core is protected by a tightly woven outer jacket, creating a very strong, flexible line with low stretch characteristics. In the final stage of manufacturing, Stable-Braid ropes are dip-coated in a bath of liquid Samthane that dries into an abrasion-resistant shell. This coating does wear over time, but adds a great deal of life to the rope that it protects. Unlike the Super-Braid, it is spliceable (even on both ends). Stable Braid is designed to be used with false crotch blocks and other rigging hardware so you can take full advantage of its strength and durability.