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Rope Logic's 10mm BeeLine Grizzly Spliced Eye to Eye Split Tail 32in

Rope Logic's 10mm BeeLine Grizzly Spliced Eye to Eye Split Tail 32in
Item #: 33749
3/8in. 32in long. Stitched.

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Eye to eye tails are used to create what tree climbing instructors call a "closed system", resulting in a finished friction hitch with both ends attached to the connector instead of one hanging loose, as with the traditional hitch or single-eye slit tai. The eye-to-eye tail also allows use of several hitches that are easily learned and extremely smooth performing.

By utilizing both ends of the type of split tail, friction is more evenly distributed, resulting in more consistent friction thorough a knot that is less binding, yet grabs quite firmly. The system is enhanced significantly when incorporating a micropulley that fair-leads the hitch for one handed slack tending.

Bee-Line 10 mm x 32" G-Spliced Eye & Eye Prusik Cord
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.20 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Yale Cordage
Color Black/Tan
Diameter 3/8 in (10 mm)
Length 32 in
Strand Count 24 Strand
Meets ANSI Standards Yes
Melting Point 800°F (426°C)
Tensile Strength 10,350 lbs (46 kN)
Working Load Limit 1035 lbs ( 4.6 kN )
UPC Code 855604006800

Customer Reviews

Just right! Review by BW
Using with 13mm climbing line, just right for friction hitches. (Posted on 2/23/2017)
Great product Review by LumberZach
Absolutely in love with these prusiks. I use a 32in with a VT for my climbing rig and a 28in with a distel for my flip line. Both run incredibly smooth and have great heat management. Have done several fast repels and 0 signs of melting (Posted on 5/14/2016)
Love this. Review by J. Warr
I use this on a Samson True Blue Climbing Line (13mm), in the Valdotain Tresse friction hitch and it works so good the first time I used it I laughed at how smooth it was. It was like butter when I tended the slack in my line. It is soft as to not be too abrasive on the life line. I've also used this on a New England Hi-Vee Line (13mm) in the Valdotain Tresse set up as well. (Posted on 3/28/2015)