Performance Static 10.5mm

$ 239.95


This static rope is highly abrasion resistant, very low stretch, maximum strength, extremely durable and has a long service life! Do not use for dynamic belaying! EN 1891 Type A.

Article Nr: 2020-00190
Weight [g]: 65 g/m
Breaking strength: 31 kN
Diameter: 10.5 mm
Ideal For:
  • Big Wall Climbing
  • Expeditions
  • Rescue / Guide / Work
  • Speleology / Caving


Characteristics / Features

Impact force: 30   
Weight [g]: 65   g/m
Breaking strength: 31   kN
Diameter: 10.5   mm

Rope production

Every Mammut rope is manufactured in Switzerland. Mammut uses high quality Polyamide 6 (Nylon) filament yarns.

Several yarns are spun together to make a twine. Three twines are then combined to form a strand. A number of these strands form the core of the rope.

The sheath twines are braided around the core strands on the braiding machine.

Every single meter of rope is checked electronically for any inconsistency. In Mammut’s test lab and drop tower every single production batch is tested for all relevant specifications to maintain consistent performance standards.


Rope core

The rope core is made of double twisted cabled yarns, which are processed in several work processes that are coordinated with each other.

Rope sheath

Cabled or parallel spooled yarns surround the core as a sheath braiding, in order to protect it from outside mechanical influences and to give the rope compact, practical handling.

Info Tex

Each of our ropes contains an inlay-band in the rope core with the most important rope data on it: producer, testing standard, rope type, production period, material.


The robust abrasion-resistant rope, where the highest demands of durability and competent use are necessary. This rope fulfils all the requirements of a static rope intended for intensive use.

Practical Tips

Even some ancient ropes can still hold a «short» sport climbing fall, whilst in comparison, a brand new rope can break over a sharp edge. Therefore, the lifespan of a rope is difficult to define. It depends on the type and the length of use, on shock loading and other influences that weaken the rope. In the end, with the private user, it’s a personal safety decision. At the latest, if you no longer have confidence in your old, furry, unmanageable rope you should «down grade» it to top roping only. For commercial users keeping a rope log is recommended.

Independent of frequency of use, a rope should be disposed of if:

  1. The rope came in contact with chemicals, particularly acids.
  2. The sheath is damaged and the core is visible.
  3. The sheath is extremely worn, or particularly fuzzy.
  4. The sheath has slipped noticeably
  5. Strong deformations are present (stiffness, nicks, sponginess).
  6. The rope was subjected to extreme loads (e.g. heavy falls, clearly over fall factor 1).
  7. The rope is extremely dirty (grease, oil, tar).
  8. Heat, abrasion, or friction burns have caused damage.

The following table gives reference values for the usability of the rope:

Frequency of UseApproximate Life Span
Never used10 years maximum
Rarely used: twice per yearup to 7 years
Occasionally used: once per monthup to 5 years
Regularly used: several times per monthup to 3 years
Frequently used: each weekup to 1 year
Constantly used: almost dailyless than 1 year

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