A climbing rope to whet your appetite! Lizard repels water so that it retains its spritely lightness even in the wet.


Breaking Loads and Weights

Ø [mm] 11
Core Cover Slack [mm] 4.5
Elongation [%] 4.3
Sheat´s mass [%] 54
Core´s mass [%] 46
Shrinkage [%] 1.5
Breaking Strength linear [kN] 33
kg [100m] 8.2

*   Spliced break load
**  Break load in accordance with DIN EN ISO 2307

Climbing ropes (DIN EN 1891)

What does a professional arborist need to hit the treetops in a flash? Good climbing skills and the right ropes. You’ll need to hone your technique yourself – but we’ll provide you with the perfect ropes! Gleistein offers diverse choices with varying weights, surface finishes and strengths.

  • Kernmantle construction, braided core, uniform load distribution
  • Core of polyamide, 16 plait
  • Cover of polyamide, 32 plait
  • Thermostabilised
  • Equipped with a special coating to reduce the absorption of water
  • Colour: orange/black or green/black
  • Lizard always remains light and flexible even after extended periods in the wet due to its water repelling properties
  • High life expectancy due to robust cover and special coating for excellent abrasion resistance
  • Comfortable handling and easy to splice (splicing service available from Gleistein or its trade partners, if required)
  • Standard: DIN EN 1891, Form A
  • CE certified
  • Climbing ropes may only be used if CE certified in accordance with DIN EN 1981. They are positioned on the boundary between PSE (Personal Safety Equipment) and systems for positioning at workplace, and are therefore subject to the EU machinery directive, which prescribes mandatory CE certification.
  • Accredited testing station: CE 0158