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Dane

Light is right..or is it?

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Not as much criticizing ropes just pointing out what I have found as disadvantages and advantages of the gear. But all good discussion points.

 

FWIW when 1/2 and twin ropes were over 8.5 there was less of an issue. BITD a 9mm rope WAS a dbl. Now a 9.1 is an awesome single, DBL or Twin. Which says a lot to how far ropes have come.

 

The advantages or disadvantages of the dbl/single rope techniques I'll leave for another discussion.

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There are some companies that make light single ropes that don't stretch all that much.

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