Polyethylene Throw Line is made to be extremely slick. "Target Line" has a striped pattern and is braided firmly to avoid snagging and abrasion. 200ft.
From the late ’80s up until the late ’90s, polypropylene throwline was about the only cordage arborists would use because its springy body kept it from entangling as bad as the only other available product, nylon parachute cord. Today, this lightweight but stout thread is still a favorite of many throwline practitioners and, with its bright color pattern, is easy to view even in thick canopies.
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