New England Ropes
Browse our wide range of New England Ropes for tree climbing and general climbing activities. Our selection ropes are also available in different colours and sizes to suit your line or work or activity. Shop now with fast delivery at Northern Arb Supplies.
Arbor Elite features excellent knot holding ability and feels good to hold when climbing.Durability increased by a strong twist of the cover material Enhanced stability Certified to EN 1891A and ANSI Z133-2012
The Braided Safety Blue from TEUFELBERGER is the trendsetter among 16-strand climbing ropes. This rope for tree care is certified to the standards EN 1891A and ANSI Z133-2012. Our arborist rope Braided Safety Blue is characterized by:Proprietary blue safety core Plied strand yarns for improved abrasion resistance Protective coating improving durability...
Either on single or double rope configurations, this rope gives ultimate freedom to the climber to choose the right technique for the task. 11.8mm [slaice]able drenaLINE works perfectly and reliably in both applications.32 strand cover allows super smooth precision EN 1891A, ANSI Z133-2012 Standard
Fly is designed in such a way that it remains firm and round, which significantly reduces any glazing that can occur when ropes flatten out in hardware. Yet, the climbing rope remains supple enough to offer good knotability and hold knots well.
Climbing rope by Braided Safety Blue is the industry standard 16-strand climbing rope.Engineered design Attention to manufacturing details Enhanced abrasion resistance
Our Tachyon is provided with a firm yet flexible construction. It consists of a polyester cover which significantly improves friction hitch performance without �bagginess�. The core consists of a polyamide inner core. FREE Delivery included with this item
New England Tachyon Climbing Rope - Spliced Eye - 11.1mm - 35m - 60m Ash/Orange&Blue/Green&Blue/Green, White &black
The Tachyon from TEUFELBERGER is one of the most successful climbing ropes among the 24-strand ropes. Our Tachyon excels due to:Low stretch at low loads for less bounce while climbing High stretch at high loads thus minimizing the shock effect in the event of a fall Consistent diameter while climbing thus ensuring an improved grip Great ease of splicing