The Lone Star Fever Head Rope

The Lone Star Fever Head Rope is a uniquely engineered 5-strand head rope with a nylon/poly blend, featuring a multi-directional, double-twisted core, to allow the center core to counterbalance the rope as a whole. This, combined with the small diameter with an unusual amount of weight, provides our ropers with a unique 5-strand head rope quality. The Lone Star Fever Head Rope is also a heat-resistant rope, providing our ropers with a consistent feel in all elements.

Used by: Coleman Proctor

Regular price $48.99

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The Lone Star Fever Head Rope is a uniquely engineered 5-strand head rope with a nylon/poly blend, featuring a multi-directional, double-twisted core, to allow the center core to counterbalance the rope as a whole. This, combined with the small diameter with an unusual amount of weight, provides our ropers with a unique 5-strand head rope quality. The Lone Star Fever Head Rope is also a heat-resistant rope, providing our ropers with a consistent feel in all elements.

Used by: Coleman Proctor

  • Standard delivered 4-5 Business Days
  • Express delivered 2-4 Business Days

Orders are processed and delivered Monday-Friday (excluding public holidays)

Customer Reviews

Based on 37 reviews
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Stockman Feeds

It's done fair at the retail counter but customers are not doing a lot of repeat buying. Biggest complaint is it feels heavy compared to the Heat and Powerline.

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Jimmy Edens

Best balance and weight of any rope I have used! Love the way my loops stay snappy!!

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Jade Stoddard
Fever head rope

I think the fever is an excellent rope I like the weight of it but it still feels fast and the weather does not seem to effect it

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Justin Lovell

It’s the best rope in the cold weather and it stays on the horns every time. You don’t have to worry about it coming off even if you throw a bad loop.

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Xavier Salas
Not my style

Great rope just doesn’t work well with me