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Diamond Braid Nylon Rope

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  • Veteran Owned & Operated
  • Military Grade Materials
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Diamond Braid Nylon Rope is a multi-purpose rope, great for indoor and outdoor applications especially around the marina and boats, but also capable of handling any agricultural or camping needs!  The diamond braid construction is a unique braid that allows the rope to remain flexible and lightweight, while the nylon material keeps its rot proof tendencies, resists oil, water, gasoline and most chemicals, making it ideal for boating and camping.  The diamond braid cover over the parallel synthetic core allows for control elongation and strength where it's needed most.

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  • Diameters:  1/8",  3/16",  1/4",  5/16",  3/8",  and 1/2"
  • Lengths:  10ft,  25ft,  50ft,  100ft,  500ft, and 1000ft
  • Current color option is White.

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