Read these instructions carefully before use. Important information is contained in this guide and on the product packaging. Keep it for future use.


Rock climbing and mountaineering are dangerous activities. The following guidance does not eliminate the risks associated with these activities. The manufacturer is not responsible for any abuse and/or misuse of the equipment. The user is responsible for their actions and decisions in the field. 


This product is a dynamic rope for climbing and mountaineering. Its use must enable the fall of a person engaged in climbing or mountaineering to be stopped with a limited impact force. This product must be used by trained and/or competent persons or the user must be under the supervision of a trained and/or competent person. The various belay components (harness, carabiners, slings, descenders, anchor points) must be chosen in accordance with European standards and/or CE certification, and adapted to the diameter of the rope. Thin ropes may require a special belay device. The rope is personal equipment. It can sustain unseen damage in your absence. For better monitoring of the product, when the rope is used by a group, we advise you to appoint a user or a person to be responsible for each product. We also advise you to be particularly careful when using the rope for the first time, as a new rope may be surprisingly slippery. 


- Before and during use, review the measures necessary for a safe and effective rescue. 
- Check carabiners and other equipment for burrs, sharp edges and/or damage. 
- The figure eight knot is recommended for roping. 
- Check the length of the rope before abseiling or top-roping. 
- For added safety, tie a knot at the end of the rope. 
- Use a carabiner or quick link for abseiling and top-roping. 
- Do not loop the rope around a branch, over a ring, through the eye of a peg, or directly into a hanger. 
- Avoid rapid descents or windmills as they accelerate wear and tear and can burn the rope. 
- The maximum permissible operating temperature is 80°C for a short time. 
- The rope must not be brought into contact with corrosive and aggressive materials or chemical agents (acids, oils, petrol) which can destroy the fibres invisibly. 
- Note the diameter: Refer to the figures on the product label. 
- Beware of shrinkage: regardless of the construction of the rope, its use leads in varying proportions to a reduction in its initial length.


- The rope must be protected from sharp edges, falling rocks, ice axes, and crampons that can cut the threads. 
- If the rope has become wet, it loses its strength and is much more sensitive to abrasion. 
- Take extra precautions.


- Overlapping two ropes in a carabiner or link can cause it to break. 
- A rope bag will protect your rope from dust, reduce the risk of twisting and make it easier to carry. Getting into the habit of tying the rope end to the inside of the rope bag is an added safety measure for top-roping.


Types of rope: 


    Half rope: can be used as a single strand as a connection between the climber and the belayer. Mountain and cliff activities, indoor etc.


    Half rope: separate carabiners for each strand possible for better use on mountain routes, long routes and ice climbs.

MM/YY: month / year of manufacture
EN 892: 2016 : technical reference and year of issue
UIAA: compliance with the Union International des Associations d’Alpinisme (International Union of Mountaineering Associations): The certified body which conducted the EU type-examination: APAVE Apave Exploitation France SAS (n°0082) - 6 Rue du Général Audran - 92412 COURBEVOIE cedex - France 


    Twin rope: carabiners must be attached to both ropes at each belay point. For mountain and ice climbing use.


    : equipment compliant with the provisions of EU Regulation 2016/425


UNI / Unique Identification Number: allows the production chain to be traced back and all the characteristics of the rope to be identified. All ropes are delivered with instructions for use, a product label and end labels with regulatory information. For their own safety or in the case of a rope cut into several lengths, it is the user's responsibility to ensure that the rope end markings are present at each end. 


The lifespan of depends on the frequency and manner of use. Ropes are subject to ageing and wear due to mechanical stress, friction, UV rays and humidity. The lanyard may suffer irreparable damage right from the first time it is used. duration of storage: up to 5 years before the first use in good conditions. 


- intensive use: 3 months to 1 year
- Moderate use: 2 to 3 years
- Regular but occasional use: 4 to 5 years
- Very occasional use: 10 years (maximum usage time)


Duration of storage before 1st use + duration of use. Before and after each trip, check the general condition of the rope visually and physically. Replace the rope as soon as possible after a major fall or as soon as deterioration appears. Do not step on your rope. Wash in fresh cold water (soap and machine wash possible but without detergent). The main function of a rope wash is mechanical. The movement of the rope in the water will allow the mineral microparticles to be released from the structure of the threads. Regular storage in the shade away from moisture, frost, UV rays and away from any source of heat that could degrade the properties of the rope. If the rope is wet, do not store it in a sealed space or rope bag. For proper drying, the rope should be unfolded without excess thickness and hung in the shade in a ventilated, frost-free and UV-free place. The EU Declaration of Conformity for your product can be found on the relevant rope's web page on the website