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COMPETITION: WINNER - Win a pair of Beal COBRA II 8.6mm Mountain Line climbing ropes

Beal are giving you the chance to win a pair of Beal COBRA II 8.6mm 60m Mountain Line climbing ropes. This is a great classic for adventure climbing. Light and free-running for ease of use on long routes, on the crag and in the Alps. Technical and robust enough to sustain the most difficult loadings, it is even better today because it now benefits from all the advantages of our UNICORE technology.

Cobra, 114 kb

COBRA II is available in Beal MOUNTAIN line finish, these ropes are specifically developed for climbing in challenging weather conditions found when mountaineering or ice climbing, MOUNTAIN line ropes benefit from two treatments: in addition to the sheath's DRY COVER treatment, all core strands are individually treated with a water repellent coating. The combination of both treatments creates a GOLDEN DRY rope. All MOUNTAIN line ropes are GOLDEN DRY. They therefore feature the same benefits as our INTENSIVE line ropes, but with minimal water absorption and increased suppleness. All Mountain line ropes are UIAA WATER REPELLENT accredited and are constructed using Beal THERMO FLUID process creating a more compact and supple rope.

Last month in UKC Product News (11th December, nudge-nudge-wink-wink) we reported on Beal Cobra II and what UIAA Water Repellant means. For your chance to win a pair of Beal COBRA II 8.6mm 60m MOUNTAIN line ropes just answer the following question:

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