Hempex synthetic hemp rope
Hempex synthetic hemp rope spool
Hempex synthetic hemp rope in use. Architectural rope.
Hempex synthetic hemp rope in use. Architectural rope. Beach walk.
Langman Ropes

Hempex - The Synthetic Alternative to Hemp Rope

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( 7 Reviews )
Current stock: 0

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Traditional look with the strength, durability and performance of a synthetic. Nearly indistinguishable from Natural Hemp, Hempex has a softer hand, requires less maintenance and wont rot. 

Trusted by tall ships and classic craft around the world, Hempex also performs well in crossfit gyms, obstacle courses and playsets. 

The 1 1/4" and 1 1/2" diameters of Hempex rope make an excellent, long lasting rope for stair railings. See the stair rope and hardware section of our site for rope railing stanchions.

MARINE
· Sheets
· Halyards
· Anywhere a strong, UV resistant rope is needed

FITNESS
· Battle Ropes
· Climbing Ropes
· Cargo Nets

HOME
· Landscaping
· Stair handrails
· Hammocks
· Decorative uses

Hempex is available by the foot, or in full 720 ft. spools.


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Unless a specific hank or spool length is specified in this product's title or description, rope and cord products on this site are priced by the foot. Enter the desired length of feet in the "Quantity" number of your order.

Your rope will ship as an uncut length in total feet unless otherwise specified. We offer UP TO THREE CUTS FREE OF CHARGE. Additional cuts are an upcharge (fee based on line diameter).

Please request any customizations in the "comment" section of your order.

7 Reviews

5/5
Bruce Costen Jul 2nd 2018

Hempex rope

Order was handled quickly and product was exactly as ordered Staff were very helpful in explaining and demonstrating how to secure unbound ends Would definitely order from this company again based on this transaction.

5/5
Peter Jun 26th 2018

Works well

I didn't need this for anything too extreme--just a tree swing--but no one can tell that it's synthetic, it has a great hand-feel, and doesn't stretch (so far). It was so tightly twisted, in fact, that a 3/4" piece was difficult to make an eye splice on, but not impossible. Not sure how that would compare to a 3/4" hemp or manila rope, but anyway, I'm looking forward to the rot-resistance.

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