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6mm Pull Cord

6mm Pull Cord

The Canyon Pull Cord is a 6mm 100% polyester static line used for pulling down rappels. Imlay Canyon Gear made it sturdy - 2200 lbs worth - but NOT sturdy enough to rappel on.

79.95

8.3mm Canyon Fire Rope

8.3mm Canyon Fire Rope

The first canyoneering rope specifically designed for Colorado Plateau, the Canyon Fire breaks static rope conventions by packing more material in the sheath (56%) for greater durability and toughness, while keeping the core smallish (44%) for a lightweight...

240.00

8mm Canyon Rope

8mm Canyon Rope

The Imlay Canyon Gear 8mm Canyon Rope is lightweight, for when your canyon adventure is far from the road, and low bulk and low weight are high priorities. Best for lower-weight, high-skill-level canyoneers in Class A and B canyons. Not recommended for...

149.99

9.2mm Canyonero Rope

9.2mm Canyonero Rope

More weight equals greater durability. The Imlay Canyonero 9.2mm excels when durability, value and robustness are priorities in your rappelling rope. Great for Class C (flowing water) canyons where the water flow beats your static rope against the rock....

174.98

Bagarino Hybrid

Bagarino Hybrid

In many canyons, the "working rope" is a shorter rope that is easier to manage, easier to carry, easier to toss around. The Bagarino is great for the working rope, being sized for 120 feet of 9.2mm (maybe 150 feet of 8.3mm); and smaller/lighter than a...

54.95

Bagette

Bagette

Smaller still, the Bagette is a great way to manage your pull cord. The smaller the cord, the more it WANTS to tangle. So keep your cord in line with a bagette. Sized for 6mm pull cord x 200 feet.

44.95

Canyon Keg

Canyon Keg

The Imlay Canyon Keg works to protect anything from your SLR camera, to just your PB & J sandwich. Imlay searched the world to find superior, sturdy, UN approved polyethylene kegs, and bring them to America. River runners, paddlers and canyoneers will...

24.95

Drybag With Valve

Drybag With Valve

Just like it says: Imlay's Drybag with Valve is a drybag with a valve. Lightweight enough to fold into a pack, but durable enough to go the distance, this one is a keeper.

26.50

Kolob Tragedy: The Lost Tale of a Canyoneering Calamity

Kolob Tragedy: The Lost Tale of a Canyoneering Calamity

The Kolob Tragedy The Lost Tale of a Canyoneering Calamity In July 1993, five teenage boys and three men on an LDS youth group attempted a canyoneering trip in Kolob Creek of Zion National Park. The upstream Kolob Reservoir was releasing a ton per second...

24.95

Pot Shot 3

Pot Shot 3

Pot Shots are simple but effective tool for escaping keeper potholes. Fill em with sand, tie a rope to em, and toss em past the difficulty. Works great, when they work. For them to work, the far lip needs geometry that holds the Pot Shot, either by constriction...

29.95

Rope Silo Hybrid

Rope Silo Hybrid

It does not take a lot of canyons to figure out that just having ropes is not enough. Canyoneers use ROPE BAGS to manage their rope for stuffing them, carrying them, and most of all, for deploying them. Good rope bags are an essential tool for elegant...

64.95

Scuttle Butt 3

Scuttle Butt 3

Canyoneering involves a lot of sliding, scraping and general thrashing which ends up with a lot of scraping and thrashing of the gear and clothing upon which that sliding is done. The harness the shorts, the wetsuit they all get destroyed on a regular...

32.95