Mammut Twilight 7.5mm x 60m DRY

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The Mammut Twilight has been created as a super skinny half and twin climbing rope, coming in at a mere 7.5mm in diameter. If winter and alpine climbing is your game; rest assured, the superb Twilight meets both half and twin rope standards.

Whilst its incredible weight, diameter and stats will prove appealing to many, be aware that the Mammut Twilight is a pretty specialist rope and thus will not be for everyone. That said, if you are looking for a super lightweight mountaineering rope (an understand the limitations of such products), the Twilight would be a great choice.

Mammut Rope Finish - DRY™: Innovative technology and the highest protection level offered by Mammut. The ropes of the DRY™ line combine coated yarns, a unique 'Coated Core Technology' and lastly a coated sheath to minimise water absorbency to no more than 1% of the ropes overall weight. This line by definition will also maximise the rope's lifespan by protecting it from dirt and grit infiltration.

Brand Mammut
Sub Type Half, Twin
Diameter (mm) 7.5
Treatment Mammut DRY
UIAA Falls 6-7 (15-16 on two ropes)
Static Elongation (%) 6
Sheath Slippage (mm) No
Impact Force (kN) 6.2 / 9.9
Weight per Meter (g) 38
Dynamic Elongation (%) 27
Proportion of Sheath (%) 35

  • Climbingropes sheathproportion: 35
  • Climbingrope elongationdynamic: 27
  • Climbingrope elongationstatic: 6
  • Climbingrope falls: 6-7 (15-16 on two ropes)
  • Climbingrope impactforce: 6.2 / 9.9
  • Climbingrope treatment: Mammut DRY
  • Climbingrope weightpermeter: 38
  • Diameter text mm: 7.5
  • Manufacturer: Mammut
  • Weight: 45 g/m

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Peter F.

These ropes handle superb, and

These ropes handle superb, and are very light. We used them on Mount Kenya with Edlrid Micro Jul's for belaying and abseiling; a great combination.