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Who can identify this cordage. I've been comparing to catalog pictures on the major players' sites (NE, Yale), but can't seem to match it.

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Looks like XLE from Cajun Trading. Lots of people here love their stuff and their service. Located in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Second vote for XLE. Looks just like what I bought for my boat.

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Thanks for the ideas. I did check out the photos of Cajun...the red/green tracer thread doesn't show on the pics on the Cajun site. Do your line have this tracer?
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Actually, my cordage is from Redpoint Ropes

Same stuff, just they are only 2 hours away from me. Based in Orillia, Ontario.

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