Beal Virus - 10.0mm Classic
The Beal Virus 10 is a new climbing rope with bags of versatility for beginner to intermediate climbers who want to start sending more complex routes. The Beal Virus 10mm features a 10mm diameter that provides great security and easy handling whether you're just starting out or working on new projects. The Virus is part of Beal's Active Line series, so doesn't have any weather-resistant treatment, which makes it ideal for using indoors, plus it's super-durable which makes it great for top-roping, learning to belay and learning to lead.
|WEIGHT PER METER||63g|
|NO. OF FALLS||8|
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12 product reviews
pretty durable and smooth rope, worth it for its price
Excellent rope for every situation. Gym Or Rock it will rock you already. Runs smooth on every belay device I tried. Hope it wil last.
A cheap and smooth rope used for indoor training with a group of friends. Really recommended for beginners or indoor climbing.
A great rope not only for beginners. lightweight and very good handling. You can also belaying with old Gri-Gri.
Excellent starter/novice rope. Flows freely through belay device (using mega jul and atc) and is easy to handle.
Prone to tangles at first but running it a few times through a belay device before climbing solved that. Lovely shade of pink too