STERLING 9mm Accessory Cord Blue 100M
This STERLING 9mm Accessory Cord is a vibrant blue accessory cord that has a length of 100 meters, making it perfect for a variety of outdoor activities.
Made with high-quality materials, the STERLING Accessory Cord is a versatile and durable option for any adventure. Its 9mm thickness provides ample strength while still being lightweight and easy to handle.
The Accessory Cord is ideal for a wide range of outdoor applications, from building anchors to securing gear to rappelling. It features a smooth, low-friction surface that allows for easy knot tying and handling.
Crafted with precision and attention to detail, the STERLING Accessory Cord is a reliable and trusted choice for climbers, hikers, and outdoor enthusiasts. It meets rigorous safety standards and is tested to ensure maximum strength and durability.
So whether you’re setting up a base camp or securing your gear for a day hike, the STERLING 9mm Accessory Cord is a versatile and reliable choice that you can count on.
- Diameter: 9mm
- Length: 100m
- MBS: 13.8kN
They have been making the highest quality, most innovative static and dynamic rope, and cord for decades. They were the first to offer a 48-carrier static sheath construction for greater durability and better handling. Additionally, they came out with the first 100% Polyester static rope called the HTP. They were the first to offer 100% Technora heat and abrasion-resistant ropes to the fire industry. However, their accessory cords are constructed differently. Thanks to their innovative use of sewn tacks and eyes. Their ropes and cords are seen in the most technical rescues. These include in the tallest trees, on remote missions as well as hazardous job sites.
THE STERLING GUARANTEE:
Sterling guarantees their ropes to be free of defects. They stand firmly behind the excellence of their product’s design, engineering, and fabrication. When used responsibly and properly, in normal and recommended conditions, Sterling products will endure, perform and wear up to world-class standards. However, no rope lasts forever. Climbing and technical rope work may expose ropes to abrasion, fatigue, sunlight, constant loading, and even chemicals. Severe falls, lack of protection over an edge, exposure to chemicals, excessive temperatures or improper use will shorten or end the lifespan of any rope. These scenarios stress the importance of checking and protecting your ropes and gear, as well as using them in the proper applications.