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Tendon Timber Evo 11 - 24 Strand Double Braid High Strength Rope - UIAA Certified

by Tendon
1 review
Original price $ 126.04 - Original price $ 189.06
Original price
$ 157.55
$ 126.04 - $ 189.06
Current price $ 157.55

The Timber Evo 11 was developed for the professional that prefers a more robust rope, without adding a lot of weight. This double braided rope has a robust 24 strand polyester sheath with excellent abrasion resistance. The high strength nylon core has just 3% stretch, enabling you to limit wasted energy, but still maintaining a good level of safety. The sheath is woven to make ascending with any method smooth and easy. You’ll also appreciate that the sheath has virtually no slippage in real world use. This rope was designed mainly as a climbing rope, but does well as a rigging line, providing just enough stretch to absorb some shock and keep things safe. 

  • Rope diameter (mm) 11
  • Weight (g/m) 88
  • Number of UIAA falls 20
  • Relative mass of sheath (%) 57
  • Sheath slippage (%) 0
  • Elongation (50 - 150 kg) (%) 3.1
  • Shrinkage (%) 0.7
  • Tenacity (kN) 30
  • Min. tenacity with knots (kN) 18
  • Used material PES/PA
  • Type A
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Kevin G.
United States United States

Shipping Information Lacking

I haven't used the rope yet but it looks great and suits my purpose. I was a bit peeved about the shipping information. After purchase I received an status email but then it seemed to go into a black hole, I didn't get any updates as to the status of my item and UPS said that a label had been created but it stopped their and I didn't receive any information for 10-11 days. It would have been nice to hear that there had been a delay in shipping so I could have planned accordingly. AS it turned out I had to travel and was not home when it arrived so it sat on my front porch for a week before I got home. Luckily it was not stollen.