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Sprintline Bright: pre-stretched polyester rope


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Sprintline Bright: pre-stretched polyester rope

Our Sprintline rope combines superb handling with strength. The pre-stretching process ensures optimum control for halyards. Specially designed for the dinghy sailor. Sprintline is also ideal for control lines, leach lines, outhauls, lanyards and sailboards. The brights range offers a dinghy rope with a more contrasing colour.

Bright colours with contrasting flecks mean easy identification when in use.

Our Sprintline Brights come in the 3mm and 4mm diameter sizes in a range of bright, easily distinguishable colours.

Special features:

  • Low stretch rope
  • Hardwearing 16 plait Polyester cover
  • Smooth cover reduces wear and friction
  • Holds fast in Cleats
  • Flexibility through tight radii of dinghy deck gear
  • Distinctive bright colours
  • English Braids 16 plait Pre-Stretched Sprintline rope

Colours available:

  • Bright Red,
  • Bright Orange
  • Bright Pink
  • Bright Yellow.

Applications:

  • Main Halyard, Jib Halyard, Spinnaker/Asymmetric Halyards, Spinnaker Pole Up/Downhaul, Bowsprit Control Lines, Vang/Kicker, Downhauls, Outhauls, Control Lines, Ties/Lashings, Backstay/Runners, lanyards, downhauls. Dinghy rope.

Sprintline diameters & specification:

 

Diameter

Av. Break load kgs

Weight/100m

 

3

260

0.7kgs

 

4

460

1.3kgs

 

5

620

1.9kgs

 

6

830

2.9kgs

 

mm

Av. kg

kg/100m


 

 

  • Model: English Braids Sprintline rope
  • Manufactured by: English Braids

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