Sennit Rope 3/4 inch
Product Number: S18MM
Click Image to Enlarge
Island Thatch Sennit rope is extracted from the leaf sheath around the trunk of the banana plant Musa Textilis, or Abaca, native to the Philippines. It is a traditional cordage made by plaiting or braiding the strands of Banana Plant Fibers. Due to its strength, durability, flexibility, buoyancy and resistance to salt water damage, Banana Sennit Rope was used to rig canoes, fishing industry use, erecting houses, general purpose rope for home use, etc. Also known as Manila Hemp, this natural tan color Abaca fiber material is Environment friendly. Sennit (or Sinnet) refers to the style of braid. It is hand woven to create a flat surface so that it is more suitable to wrapping around cylindrical objects like Bamboo poles.
3/4" x 150'
Island Thatch's Sennit rope is harvested from carefully selected material derived from the banana plant Musa Textilis. We have carefully scrutinized the best earth friendly products to offer on our site, from our Bac Bac, Rumba and Sea Grass braid to all our roping. These products are considered eco-friendly because, they don't cause damage to the environment when they are produced or disposed of. With an array of sizes to choose from, you can find the right size for any project.
There are currently no videos. Check back soon.
North America's Green Building Materials Specialists
Call Toll Free :
Your Cart: Your cart is empty
Island Thatch, Inc.
7922 Ostrow Street San Diego, CA 92111