/ Beal dry cover vs. golden dry

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davesa - on 26 Feb 2013
The treatments for Beal Ropes (dry cover vs. golden dry). In reality is there much to separate these types of rope treatment?

I want 'dry enough' for winter - will either suffice?
shorts - on 27 Feb 2013
In reply to davesa: If you want Beal for winter you need golden dry. DRY cover if I recall is an abbreviation for durable, resistant yarn not a full on dry treatment.
EddInaBox on 27 Feb 2013
In reply to shorts:
> ... DRY cover if I recall is an abbreviation for durable, resistant yarn not a full on dry treatment.

So it is, how sneaky.
http://www.dry-cover.info/anglais/drycover.html
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Lyon Equipment Ltd on 28 Feb 2013
This might be useful:

Dry Cover: http://bealplanet.com/sport/anglais/page-dc.php

Golden Dry: http://bealplanet.com/sport/anglais/page-gd.php

A Golden Dry rope is a rope with the core dry treated, and a sheath of Dry Cover.
On a Dry Cover rope, the core is not treated.

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