Edelrid Heron Pro Dry 9.8mm
The Heron Pro Dry is a high quality single rope from Edelrid that’s ideal for outdoor climbing. Featuring Edelrid’s proprietary Thermoshield technology and Pro Dry core and sheath treatment, it offers excellent handling and protection from the elements, as well as lightweight strength and durability – pretty much everything you could want from a rope and more.
|IMPACT FORCE||8.9 kN|
|WEIGHT PER METER||62g|
|TOTAL WEIGHT 4340G||4340g|
|NO. OF FALLS||10|
Pro Dry is Edelrid’s full-rope dry treatment, meaning that both the sheath and the core of the rope have been chemically treated to resist water, dirt and grime. While it’s not fully waterproof, Pro Dry ropes will only absorb a maximum of 2% of the rope’s weight in wet conditions, compared to the 50% of an untreated rope. SO not only does Pro Dry treatment protect your rope from the elements, it’s thermo-sealed, which makes for even better handling, durability and longevity.
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Thermoshield is a heat treatment that gives Edelrid ropes their great handling and smoothness. Heat treating a rope helps to shrink and harmonise all the fibres in the rope, which helps it to stay compact and easy-to-handle for the duration of its life, unlike non-heat-treated ropes, which can often suddenly become stiff and wear out more quickly.
1 product review
I bought this rope for my friend and we tested in the gym and in the crag also.
You can easily tie/untie the knots, the handling is impressive and it's also featherlight but the colour is so dull.
If you're an Edelrid fan you'll be satisfied but you can get far better ropes for that price from manufacter Roca.
Anyway, I do not recommend to use if you're inexperienced, it's slipperly like all other full dry ropes.