This Koch 50-Feet x 3/16 Nylon Rope, Diamond Braid, White, is extremely strong and durable. It has many uses and is easy to work with. It’s a high-stretch rope that absorbs shock loads and stretches up to 40% before breaking.
Nylon was first produced in 1935 by Wallace Carothers at DuPont’s research facility at the DuPont Experimental Station. Nylon is the strongest of all ropes in common use. It is used for absorbing shock loads, such as when lifting or towing because it has the ability to return to it’s original length after being stretched. Further, this Nylon Rope, Strong, 50 Feet x 3-16 inch diameter has good abrasion resistance and can last several times longer than natural fibers.