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Rope Logic's 10mm 30 in Ocean Eye to Eye Grizzly Spliced Split Tail

Rope Logic's 10mm 30 in Ocean Eye to Eye Grizzly Spliced Split Tail
Item #: 31945
Made in house by SHERRILLtree

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Eye to eye tails are used to create what tree climbing instructors call a "closed system", resulting in a finished friction hitch with both ends attached to the connector instead of one hanging loose, as with the traditional hitch or single-eye slit tai. The eye-to-eye tail also allows use of several hitches that are easily learned and extremely smooth performing.

By utilizing both ends of the type of split tail, friction is more evenly distributed, resulting in more consistent friction thorough a knot that is less binding, yet grabs quite firmly. The system is enhanced significantly when incorporating a micropulley that fair-leads the hitch for one handed slack tending.

Ocean Polyester is composed of a polyester/aramid sheath and a polyester core, its construction makes the rope highly abrasion resistant, grippy, and heat resistant. Boasting a long service life, Ocean Polyester is great value for money.

Ocean 10mm x 30" EYE & EYE PRUSIK G-Spliced
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.18 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Rope Logic
Color Red
Diameter 3/8 in (10 mm)
Melting Point 752°F (400°C)
Tensile Strength 7,400 lbs ( 32.9 kN )
Working Load Limit 740 lbs ( 3.2 kN )
UPC Code 855604006626

Customer Reviews

Solid Choice Review by Northbranch
Responsive friction hitch. Works well as part of the hitch climber set up. (Posted on 6/6/2016)
I love it Review by Ryan of Va Tree Care
Best prusik I have ever climbed on. Great heat resistance, can descend 90' and not get hot. I would recommend to anyone. I climb on a Schwabisch and it works well on 16 braid rope, and after it is worn in a little works even smoother on 24 braid Poison Ivy. But before it was worn in I needed to add a extra wrap to my Schwabisch for it to hold. (Posted on 1/15/2011)