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    RopeLogic 33161 Teufelberger HRC Eye & Eye Climbing Split Tail

    By RopeLogic | Mfr#: 33161 | Tiger#: TS90675


    • Used by Tree Climbers for "Closed System" Climbing Technique
    • Standard Dimensions: 30" L x 8mm D
    • Grizzly-spliced rope for high strength
    • Combination of Nomex & Technora Cover, w/ Vectran Core
    • Heavy-Duty Core offers High Tensile Strength & Low Stretch
    • Provides Excellent Heat Resistance & Durability
    • Expertly Sewn Eyes on both Ends
    More Product Details What's Included
    List Price: $28.99
    You Save: $6.38 - 22%
    Ships Out Within: 20 - 30 Business Days

    Overview for RopeLogic 33161 Teufelberger HRC Eye & Eye Climbing Split Tail

    The Rope Logic Teufelberger HRC Eye & Eye Climbing Split Tail is a great product that is commonly used by arborists and foresters to create a hitch in tree climbing procedures. A "closed system" is made using the split tail which makes both ends attached to the connector, creating a finished friction hitch for a more efficient and improved mobility during usage. Versatile and less-binding, the eye & eye split tail can reduce rope abrasion and produce a safer and smoother climbing experience for the climber. 

    High-Quality & Durable: This 8mm diameter, 30" length eye & eye split tail is made from 24-strand HRC cordage, which has a combination of Nomex and Technora cover and a Vectran core, making it heat resistant and flexible to easily tie hitches. It has high tensile strength with low stretch material and is durable enough to grab firmly for a more secure hitch. The split tail has a tan color, and each eye is grizzly-spliced and expertly sewn for long term use.