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Double Braid Polyester Rope

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A double braid rope refers to a polyester braided rope cover over a polyester braided rope core.  Basically, it is a rope over another rope.  These ropes are often flexible and easy to handle.  Most double braid ropes are spliceable.  Double braid rope is often called yacht braid and can be made with combinations of fibers or the same fibers.  To get a stiffer or firmer double braid rope, the cover can be braided tighter which increases its hardiness.

Due to its strength, low stretch, excellent sunlight resistance, and excellent abrasion resistance properties, polyester is a preferred fiber for many natural horse trainers.

**This rope is a soft standard premium double braid polyester**

 

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