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Treeclimb SRT-2

As low as 457,11 € Regular Price 535,55 €

30-day lowest price: 543,96 €
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Ascent kit | single rope | rope walking system | max. height of anchor point 30 m
SKU
TRE-SRT-2
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Customize Treeclimb SRT-2
GeoStatic 10.5 - 60 m 1 x GeoStatic 10.5 - 60 m   + 128,50 €
Ascension L
Ascension R
Croll S 1 x Croll S   + 50,79 €
Pantin R
Pantin L
Catch for Pantin R
Catch for Pantin L
Match Sling - 110 cm 1 x Match Sling - 110 cm   + 44,29 €
OK Triact 3 x OK Triact   + 16,96 €
Footape 1 x Footape   + 16,86 €
Screw Link 80 1 x Screw Link 80   + 4,91 €
Grab Bag 20 1 x Grab Bag 20   + 54,24 €

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Treeclimb SRT-2

Treeclimb SRT-2

    457,11 €

    Incl. tax, excl. shipping costs

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    Ascent kit for rope walking with Single Rope Technique (SRT). The rope walking system allows for fast ascending – with some practice. The Treeclimb SRT-2 is especially suited for longer ascent distances. For descending, the system has to be changed (e. g. Figure-8 with a prusik). Maximum height of the anchor point is 30 m when attached to the trunk (double load at anchor point), 20 m when installed with alpine butterfly knot (single load at anchor point).

    Content:
    • 60 m ascent rope GeoStatic 10.5 (semi-static rope)
    • 3 carabiner OK Triact (PPE, automatic locking, 3-action)
    • 1 chest ascender Croll
    • 1 rubber rope Stretchy 4.0 (for chest ascender)
    • 1 handled ascender Ascension (backup with Match Sling)
    • 1 lanyard Match Sling (continuously adjustable)
    • 1 footloop Footape
    • 1 Screw Link 80
    • 1 foot ascender Pantin
    • 1 Grab Bag 20

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    Item number TRE-SRT-2

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