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Conditioned 6mm Asanawa Rope (9m Set)

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€53.25

Quick Overview

3 Piece Conditioned Asanawa Set

  • 100% Jute Rope
  • Dry Bees Wax Conditioned
  • 9 metre lengths


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Conditioned 6mm Asanawa Set

Asanawa is a 100% pure jute rope. Our asanawa range is indistinguishable to the ropes being used in Japan and offers a higher thread count than most other jute ropes being offered by alternative suppliers.

This fibre is light wight and ideal for the advanced rigger looking for an extremely fast rope. It is very difficult to go past the asanawa range,  constructed in the traditional 3 plait twist, this jute rope will not disapoint in any of the three bondage disciplines, whether you identify with hojojutsu, kinbaku or shibari.

This set is sold as three lengths of 9 metres.

Finishing

Because our Asanawa range is so supple directly off the reel our favourite finishing method for this rope is dry conditioning with bees wax to provide the fibres with protection.

(Follow the links to learn more about these conditioning process and what effect they will have on your rope)

You can also purchase Asanawa raw, and condition your rope your own way with Jade Rope's conditioning oils and wax selection.

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Unbelievable Review by Jennifer
… Unbelievable, I just found this site and I wasn't sure what the quality would be like. Not many people I know had heard of you guys.

I'm so glad I took the gamble and brought for your website.

YEP, that’s right, this is an unbelievably good rope kit

I used it and I'm now about to buy two more! So well done, I'll be telling everyone.

Take care - Jennifer (Posted on 1/16/13)

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Additional Information

Fibre Jute
construction 3 Twisted
Diameter 6mm (1/4")
Loading No
Stretch Medium (10-15%)

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