Tree Rigging RopesHave you been wondering what that means? We manually apply that checkmark every morning (business days only!) to in-stock products. With all the supply challenges globally it can be frustrating finding a product only to have it be out of stock. Hopefully, this takes the edge off and makes shopping just a little bit easier!Have technical rope questions? Can't decide the best rope for you? Email Rope@TreeStuff.com and our rope experts will have the answer you need!Rigging Rope and SafetyTree climbing ropes and tree rigging ropes are the most important tools a professional arborist uses. Climbing lines and rigging lines for arborists represent the worker's lifeline in the field, so we stock only the highest quality lines from manufacturers such as Samson, Teufelberger, Sterling, and Yale.We also carry rigging ropes manufactured in Canada and America for Notch Equipment, which we believe represent the best value in the market and we stand behind their ropes 100%.Understanding Tree Climbing RopesYou might think of a rope as being a simple piece of equipment. However, ropes are actually quite complicated. They serve the important job of keeping a person steady when they're in a tree, or out on a limb, so to speak. As such, there are any details that should be understood when choosing the rope to fill your kit.Color: Believe it or not, color plays a large part in choosing a rope. You want something bright, so that when you're on the job, there's less of a chance of it being cut with the tree limbs it's wrapped around.Size: Arborist ropes come in different sizes ranging from 10mm to 13mm. Each size presents different advantages and drawbacks. This can include the grip offered by the rope, as well as the weight it can hold in pounds.Construction: The construction of tree climbing rope is different than a standard rope. These ropes are designed to hold downward force without stretching too much, and they prevent spinning. This is important when you're in the canopy.Sheath: Different ropes come with different sheathes. These sheathes reduce the wear and tear of the friction caused by rising and lowering while climbing.Rope Ends: Many ropes come with a single spliced end. These splices create a loop, allowing for different climbing techniques.If you're still looking for help when it comes to choosing a rope, check out the star rating for the product. This means that one of our helpful customers has provided a review that may help make your decision! Of course, you can always contact us. We'd love to hear from you, be it questions or suggestions. If you're looking for advice or more info, leave us a note. Our customer contact center is monitored from Monday to Friday during regular business hours. If you're looking for offline contact, be sure to give us a call! We look forward to helping you with all of your tree climbing needs!