Edelrid Ropes - The World's Most Eco Friendly Ropes
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Edelrid has long been synonymous with making world-class ropes and the verdict of respected European climbing and outdoors magazine Klettern has further confirmed this well-deserved reputation. Klettern has just awarded Edelrid the coveted distinction of “Best Climbing Brand 2010” in the ropes category. When asked to comment Dave Brown of UK distributor DB Outdoor Systems commented that it's “an honourable distinction and one that will further reinforce the performance benefits offered by the entire range of Edelrid ropes”.

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Consumers who choose Edelrid ropes are not only getting the best quality, they are also making a choice in selecting the only rope brand globally to have achieved coveted bluesign® recognition. Manufacturing ropes is a notoriously water-intensive process and the bluesign® scheme only features brands that meet stringent manufacturing standards, using 90% less water during the production process than competors.

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Edelrid Swift Proline Ropes
UKC Gear, Jul 2010
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Edelrid Swift 8.9mm
UKC Articles, Jul 2010
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