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Your rope protects you—return the favor.

Thanks to its tough nylon construction and innovative funnel-shaped tarp, the Black Diamond Super Chute Rope Bag keeps cord-chewing dirt and grit from prematurely wearing out your life line.
  • Never have to coil your rope again
  • Barrel compression straps and padded shoulder strap make for comfortable, compact carrying
  • Spacious interior holds ropes up to 80 meters in length
  • Steel buckles won't break no matter how rowdy you get

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5 5

Great Bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Holds my 60m 9.8 rope with room to spare. I store my anchor building ropes with it. The tarp is plenty big to protect the rope while on the ground and packs up nice and tight. very light too. When my son steal's it from me, I will buy another one.

5 5

Great bag!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This bag is great (as the title declares). I got this for my 60m rope and I usually stash all my lead gear inside it as well. The compression straps are really great for reducing the size of the bag when everything's stowed inside. The tarp works just as well as you would expect one to. I've only taken it outside for about 4-5 trips now, and it's holding up really well. The die-cut lettering on the outside of the bag is starting to fray though; although I don't care about aesthetics THAT much. Great bag. much room. good buy. would recommend.

5 5

Simple bag that works great

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought this bag as a "present" for my boyfriend. I was tired of having the rope strung around one of our necks when we were hiking in and out to climb. This has been a great addition to out gear. The rope fits in nicely with some extra room for additional things.

The bag also folds out to work as a mat for the rope, protecting it from the ground. When folding it up, you can tie off the end to a loop on the bag as well. It's a very simple bag, but is just what we were looking for!

5 5

Never getting rid of this

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had this rope bag for a good 6 years now and have taken it everywhere! I have a 10.2, 60 meter rope and i just pancake coil it onto the drop cloth, roll it up like a burrito and cinch it up tight with the compression straps. It packs small enough for me to throw it in my BD pack and still have room for all my other gear. I'm kind of particular about taking preventative measures to keep my rope as clean as possible, after all those ropes are expensive! The drop cloth is large enough that when I'm belaying, the slack never gets in the dirt. It's been with me to every single climbing trip for the last 6 years and it hasn't shown any wear and tear other than the lettering coming off a bit but I think it adds character. I have the blue color and it think it's nice and tranquil. The red and green loops on the drop cloth easily help me find the ends as soon as I unroll it and it help keeps my rope not knotty when it's being stored. Only issue I've had is when I once tried to haul it up on a multi-pitch climb. The steel buckles got caught in a crack and caused us a headache. I don't try and haul it up anymore.

5 5

time saver

before I got this we always had to coil our rope, either carry it or put it back in the crag pack, then when we got there we had to unpack and re flake the rope. Now its just unclip and fold out and it's good to go and already on a tarp then just roll it up and buckle! This thing is perfect for those days at the sport crag when you're just trying to get as many routes in before the weekend is over and you have to wait another five days. It fits my 60mX10.5mm workhorse easily, no zippers but one pull cord that seems to be too long but I think i'll live.

5 5

Fast and easy.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have been very happy with this rope bag. I tend to carry extra gear to the crag so my rope is rarely inside my pack. The Super Chute has a good sized tarp and tie down loops that are colored red and green: easy to remember which end is the stacked side! The corners of the tarp that are attached to be bag are sewn up which creates a sort of funnel when you get ready to shake the rope down into the bag. The shoulder strap is comfortable but if you have an approach of a couple of miles you are better off strapping it to your pack.

One of the biggest wins in my book is how quickly you can fold, roll, stuff, and cinch this bag up when the day is over. No zippers to line up, no special flaking to make it all fit. Just shove it in. Very easy and versatile.

4 5

Its a rope bag

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

It does what its supposed to. It keeps the rope clean and organized. Its not a back pack, its not a duffle bag. The only thing I find weird about it is how the corners of the tarp are sewn into the inside of the bag. You could get a little more surface area covered if they weren't, but I think it helps the tarp roll into the bag.

Its a rope bag
2 5

Kinda Small

First rope bag I've bought. I like that it has a large tarp to flake the rope on. I wish it was bigger. I carried my 70m 9.7mm rope in it and barely had room for my harness to fit. I couldn't get my helmet and shoes to fit in the bag with the rope and harness. But, I guess that's forgivable as it's really just intended to carry a rope.
Pretty uncomfortable to carry. Only has one shoulder strap, without much padding. Having the one strap forces you to carry it off-balance, which sucks on the hike in and out. Makes it hard to hike with over uneven terrain.
I wish it had some kind of loops or something on the exterior as well. A place to hang some biners, draws, a helmet, or shoes would have been helpful. Also, since there's no attachment points on the bags exterior, you can't add on your own shoulder straps after you buy it.
The buckles have annoying attachment clips that you have to slide through the straps. This is really hard to do when your hands are freezing/wearing gloves, the straps are wet, or the bag is really stuffed full.
Overall, I plan on returning the bag and getting something larger and more versatile.

Responded on

DUDE IT'S A ROPE BAG!!!! unless you want a frayed rope.

4 5

Spacious .

This bag is a gem. The Super Chute holds my 60m rope and gear with room to spare. The bag has a huge thin tarp to help extend the life of your rope, and is also extremely durable. The buckle straps are bomb proof and do a nice job of compressing your rope to a manageable size. My only complaint would be the strap. The strap is very uncomfortable over a period of time. I almost always have my rope bag in my pack, but the few times I have not it has sucked. All in all, this is a great bag that everyone should own.

Spacious .
5 5

awesome bag

this bag is amazing. holds my 60m rope no problem, can fit my harness and 55ft of webbing with still more space for other stuff.

is there enough room in this after you put...

Posted on

is there enough room in this after you put the rope in to put extra stuff like quickdraws or gear in it??

Responded on

Yes, but not a lot. If you had a small rope that didn't take up much space (like a 9.5 mm), you could probably get ten draws and your harness in there, and then clip your shoes on the outside. A bigger concern is that it's not very comfortable to carry much weight in.

Responded on

yea i have an edelweiss 9.8 curve so that will hopefully work out, im actually thinking of putting cloths in it because im going to my dads house in illinois and i want to have this as a carry on so i can just put like a few t shirts and stuff in it.thanks a lot for your help

Responded on

Yes, you should have plenty of room. I have a 60m rope that is 10.1mm thick and I have plenty of space. In fact, you could probably fit a rack of gear and still be fine. The downside to this bag, is that it only has one strap, which makes carrying it very uncomfortable.

4 5

Clean Rope

I really like these rope bag, easy to pack your rope and compress well, so you can fit it on your crag back pack and keep your rope clean on dusty cliffs.

5 5

Looks Great, Works Great

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

That's about all there is to it.

I haven't used the strap a lot just because I usually just throw it in my pack, doesn't seem to be noticeably uncomfortable though.

I have a 60M 9.9mm rope in mine and its cinched down pretty good, could easily fit a harness and rack (depending on how well-endowed it is) in there if you wanted to.

Bottom line it does what its made for and seems like it'll hold up for a few years

5 5

Sweet Rope Bag

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I just got the super shute bag and I love it. I was debating about not choosing to get a rope bag, but they keep your rope much safer from debris and additional damage which increases the lifespan of your rope. I like this bag because it has area to attach each end of your rope and a very large tarp to flake the rope if needed. It easily fits my 10.2 70M rope and the strap makes it easy to cary if you have a full pack. It was a little more than the metolious one, but Black Diamond is my go to company.

Sweet Rope Bag
5 5

Great bag with lots of room

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

It's sturdy and holds a ton. I can fit my 60m rope, bundled harness, shoes, and belay device all easily inside the draw string top. The buckle straps then compress and hold everything tight. If you spend the time to set up the shoulder strap to fit you it is actually pretty comfortable too. The tie off loops inside and on the tarp make it super safe and convenient to start climbing right away without having to flake out the rope. All around an awesome bag.

5 5

great bag with a huge tarp

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This bag is awesome and pretty durable. The tarp is huge and the compression straps are great for bundling up the rope to stuff into a pack. It fits a 70m, 2 pairs of shoes, a dozen draws, first aid kit, brushes and some food/water. Only downside is that it doesn't have backpack/shoulder straps, just a shoulder sling (messenger bag style).

4 5

Love this thing

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Best rope bag I've ever owned!

5 5

Does what its supposed to

I use this bag to store my 60m rope and it has plenty of room, easy to carry and has a good size tarp. I?ve heard people complain about the strap and I disagree. True that it?s not a bag to use for a long hike to the crag but that?s obvious, if that?s what you want then get a backpack style bag. Has a sweet look and can cinch down tight.

5 5

Good bag

Good bag lots of room, hoping it will hold up better then my last bag. after a few more months i'll update post and let you know.

5 5

Great Rope Bag/Tarp with large capacity

I use this as my rope bag for two 8.2mm / 60m double ropes. It handles them with ease. The tarp is great and the strap is comfortable enough to carry the ropes down after long multi-pitch climbs with good walk offs.

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