Cotton rope has been part of the west’s fascination with rope bondage since the beginning. Cotton was the only easily available natural fibre to replicate asa-nawa (jute rope) when Kinbaku-bi images came out of Japan early in the last century, and for this reason it is ingrained in the psyche of many rope enthusiasts.
This 100% pure cotton rope has been left un-coloured especially for those riggers who wish to custom dye their rope. There is no extra finishing required, this rope is ready to use and is naturally the softest of the natural fibre ropes we sell.
Whilst there are very cheap options for cotton rope on the market, we’ve selected this manufacturer because we want you to feel confident when approaching suspension ties. Offering an extremely high fibre count, the 8 plait double braid construction has more flexibility than the solid braid alternative and still holds a nice round shape for optimum knotting.
Cotton is not the strongest of the natural fibre ropes, so not the best choice if you are wishing to suspend larger/heavier models, but this rope does provide better strength than all the other cotton ropes we investigated.
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