5 Step Climbing Wooden Rope Ladder
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Vintiquewise® was established in 2011 by Quickway Imports Inc. Born as a by-product of an antique habit, the founder had a heavy interest in finding a way to bring superior wooden products with antique finishes to distributors. There was an obvious void in the marketplace, where either quality or authenticity was absent. Those with a passion for antiques know the most prized items possess both traits – sturdy craftsmanship and characteristic finishes. We search the world for hand-selected items that meet the standards that antique lovers expect so that you don’t have to.
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6 reviews for 5 Step Climbing Wooden Rope Ladder
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We used this in our camper for our son’s bunk bed, works great!
My 5 year old son loves this rope ladder with his MyGym doorway sit. We do wish it had one more wrung at the top, but it’s still fine without it. It seems to be sturdy and well made.
Love this ladder! Very sturdy, holds up well to water exposure. I connected it to the top of a climbing dome so my kids can climb and swing back and forth! Great value!
Don’t like the nylon rope but it’s nice
You get exactly what you see. I haven’t had it long enough to know if it’s durable.
This ladder was a great addition to our obstacle course line! We used it on a camping trip and it made our obstacle line fun for kids from kindergarten through teen. Initially, when the line was high enough for the teens to use, the younger kids could no longer reach the obstacles. Adding the ladder gave the younger kids a fun way to get up to the line and, when they weren’t using it to reach the obstacles, they found it also worked as a swing (this is probably not recommended if you are leaving the set exposed to the weather, though!).