Custom Amsteel Products ships all our packages USPS First Class unless the carrier upgrades to Priority Mail do to package weight. 



Custom Amsteel Products only accepts returns that are in 100% unused condition which will be determined upon inspection. We do not accept any returns of any used products. 


Terms of Service


Read before using any Custom Amsteel Products, LLC product. Opening your Custom Amsteel Products ropes constitutes your acceptance of the waiver of liability in which you agree to hold harmless Custom Amsteel Products, LLC, its owners, employees, agents, representatives, contractors, dealers, and distributors should any event occur (including accident, injury or death). This includes resulting from the use, misuse or abuse of the ropes, or accessories used in conjunction with these products for any purpose. You agree to read and accept all warnings and risks attached to and enclosed in this package and accept all liability and risks associated with hunting, climbing (up to or down from an elevated position) and/or with the use of any weapon. No one under the age of 18 should use this product. You must agree to follow Hunter Safety Guidelines.

⚠️ WARNING: Failure to read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions before use could cause serious injury or death.

  • Learn how to correctly attach ropes to climbing sticks, platforms, and trees with the use of a standard lineman's rope. 

  • Make sure to practice at ground level and hunting height level before going hunting for the first time with your Custom Amsteel Products products. 

  • When ascending or descending in the dark, make sure to use a hands free light.

  • Never ascend or descend a tree without being connected to the trunk of the tree at all times.

  • Never disconnect your lineman's rope while you are climbing or until you are safely connected to the tree with your tether rope.

  • Use of the product for anything other than its intended use voids the warranty. Improper use of this product voids the warranty.

  • This product is to be used by one person and no more than one person at a time.

  • This product is not a toy; do not use this product as a toy in any way.

  • Do not use daisy chains, rope mods, tethers, aiders, or  bridges for any purpose other than that intended as described in the use directions. Using the  aforementioned products for purposes other than the intended use voids the warranty.

  • Should only be used by people in good overall health. Persons using this product should have no fear of heights, symptoms or indications of fainting, seizures, vertigo etc.

  • It is very important that your ropes be in good working condition.

  • Before and after every use it is important to inspect your ropes. 

  • Retire your products immediately if you can see any heavy abrasions. 

  • Retire your bridge or tether immediately if it is involved in a fall or shock loaded in anyway.

  • Retire your ropes if it looks faded or discolored from ultraviolet light exposure.

  • Do not put these products or any portion of this product over your head or around your neck.

  • Do not secure or use these products to or in a dead branch or tree.

  • Do not place your weight on dead branches.

  • Do not use these products while consuming alcohol, drugs, medications, or any other substances which alter or inhibit ones’s senses or motor skills in anyway.

  • No one under the age of 18 should use this product.

  • User of this product assumes all responsibility, liability, and risks associated with the sport and use of these products. 

  • Avoid using during wet and/or icy conditions or during a lightning storm.

  • All ropes should be replaced every two years. 

  • Inspect your ropes before every use. We recommend that you retire and replace any or all if you notice any excessive discoloration, fraying, cuts, abrasions, or holes.


The improper use of rope MAY BE DANGEROUS

  • Do not overload rope.

  • Avoid shock loading rope whenever possible.

  • Do not use rope in applications beyond the heat rating of the rope.

  • Be sure to use the correct size of rope for the job.

  • Keep rope away from all chemicals to prolong safe working life.

  • It is the user’s responsibility to use rope in a safe manner.

  • It is recommended to retire and replace ropes every 2 years.

Because of the wide range of rope use, rope conditions, exposure to the several factors affecting rope behavior, and the degree of risk to life and property involved, it is not realistic to make specific recommendations as to the exact loads any given rope can handle. it is the users responsibility to completely understand the safe use and operation of the rope being put into service for any specific or general task. The user needs to be aware of all environmental, load, and any other variable factors that affect the safe use of rope. Failure to do so can cause severe personal injury and/or death as well as property and/or other environmental damage. The user of this rope assumes all such risks. In addition, any safety training or skill training required for the safe use of rope in any capacity is the sole responsibility of the user of any rope.


When weight is applied to rope many different dynamic factors come into play. These factors can exist in either a dynamic or static load.

  • Dynamic Loads: This applies to a load that imparts varying amounts of weight on the rope, for example, a load that drops or a load that swings. This movement on the rope can greatly increase the force put on a rope. In some cases this can be 2 to 5 times the weight of the item. It is crucial to safe use that the correct type of rope is chosen for these applications.

  • Static Loads: This applies to a load that is a consistent weight on the rope, for example, a rope holding a single weighted item. Static loads can also be briefly subject to dynamic loads. Being aware of lifting or pulling factors is crucial to maintaining a safe working environment.


All rope has a rating referred to as a “tensile strength” or “average breaking strength”. This number is the amount of weight that the rope should be able to hold in ideal conditions. This is referring to new rope, with no knots or splices, at room temperature. These break strength numbers are based on actual destructive break testing by the manufacturer or a certified third party testing facility over many cycles and the average break strength is recorded and applied to the product. Rope wear, knots, extreme hot or cold temperatures, chemicals, how the load is applied, and many other factors will result in a break strength lower than the stated strength. Just because a rope has a stated or advertised break strength doesn’t mean it will safely hold something that weighs that amount. Refer to the safe working load of each specific rope for more information.


As a broad generalization, most working loads are anywhere from 1/10 to 1/4 of the average break strength of the rope. Any rope used in life support or personal fall protection applications must use the 1/10th ratio. When in doubt, use a working load factor that affords a greater margin of safety, or move up to a larger diameter rope.



Operating safely at height for hunting requires specific training. Do not attempt this activity without training and guidance by an experienced professional in this industry. Be sure to know and understand the effects of dynamic and static loading on the main safety line as well as the attached prusik cord(s) being used. BE SURE TO PROPERLY TIE AND SET all knots and connections to your fall arrest and safety gear. Failure to do so can result in severe personal or property damage or even death.