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1. Conquest Outdoor Gear
Conquest Outdoor Gear Ultra Light, 200kg Breaking Strain 5, 2mm Dyneema Reflective Tent Guy Guide RopeConquest Outdoor Gear
- Approx 1. 9mm diameter, very low stretch, 2. 8g weight per metre. For those that haven't heard of this before, 2mm dyneema rope, stronger than kevlar. You spend a fortune on the best tents, equip it with the best guy lines.
16 strand with polyester outer the reflective part. The breaking strain is much higher than any tent can handle. Variations on the listing are lengths in metres. Flexibility and strength.
This is because dyneema is extremely strong under tension, but not with abrasion, hence the polyester/dyneema gives the best of both worlds. For camping, please send us pictures of the tent in the morning if you can still find it! Please note, standard or ultra light, you do not need thicker.
You can buy thinner weaker examples say 075mm, but we prefer the marginal increase in diameter for the knowledge that you have the added strength in the bag. Reflective, so no more tripping over at night. Hopefully. Extremely strong, as per above and very light. If this snaps, variations are in meters.
2mm Poly Braided Rope Polypropylene Cord Boat Yacht Dock Line Camping Red 10mSola
- High strength and low stretch. Material: 100% Polypropylene. Vat registered Seller. Very good salt water and petroleum resistance. Very high UV resistance and abrasion resistance.
3. Conquest Outdoor Gear
2 & 4mm Rope Marine Yacht, 2mm, Camping Yellow Black Fleck, Conquest Outdoor Gear Dyneema, SK78 Ultra Strong, Dinghy, SailingConquest Outdoor Gear
- Very low stretch. 16 strand with polyester outer the reflective part. The inner is the important dyneema 12 strand. This is because dyneema is extremely strong under tension, but not with abrasion, hence the polyester/dyneema gives the best of both worlds.
The outer is 24 strand polyester fiber better for abrasion resistance. Flexibility and strength. For those that haven't heard of this before, dyneema rope, stronger than kevlar. Sk78 material offering the extremely lightweight but stronger than steel.