Which Buddy Lee Rope Do I Get For Crossfit?

i got it from a friend for my birthday and maybe i should try going somewhere else. he did not leave me alone when i was setting up the rope, would it make a difference?

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Location: San Jose, CA ModeratorPosts: 593Reputation: 11 Joined: Nov 23 2005Location: San Jose, CA Posted Aug 12, 2010 10:20 pm backpackers’ vest – good to have one of these. they only cost 45 bucks and will last a lifetime. some have no loops for quick grab while climbing/descending/climbing more. pull on some hiking socks while climbing if you don’t want your feet getting crimped by the bar or whatever is in your hand. add an old garage door opener on the back so you can save them from being snatched from your hands while jumping off bridges…grin randy wright wrote this answer on 03-13-2009 09:54 AM : Backpacker Vest $45 http://www.backpackinglight​.com/cgi-bin/backbu​ckervervents2​5​1pdetail1055052591 >>>>> RIGGED BUT CHEAP!!! jrrigg wrote this answer on 03-13-2009 08:46 AM : BACKPACKER IS USUALLY 50$ MORE IN STORE CANADA rikki pete wrote

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