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Black Diamond Superslacker Rope Bag - 1831cu in


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    Super rope bag for the super slacker.

    First off, the Super Slacker Rope Bag eliminates the coiling process forever. And as if that weren't enough, it also protects your rope from dirt and debris, and serves as a rope bucket on long climbs. The Super Slacker sports a zipper closure and padded shoulder straps for easy and comfortable transport to the next crag.
    • Padded shoulder strap for comfortable carrying
    • Top handle for quick moves to another route
    • Item #BLD0162

    Tech Specs

    Tarp Dimension
    5 x 3.5 ft
    Claimed Weight
    399 g
    Recommended Use
    keepin the rope outa the muck, and the muck offa the rope!
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    10+ years on and it still works

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got this bag a long, long time ago. I don't climb every weekend but it has been on hundreds of crag days and still works great. It's nice that it lays flat, and the colored webbing loops are great for tying off the ends (pro knot is the square knot here, boys and girls.)

    I hate carrying any rope bag by the strap, so I usually throw the rope in the pack loose and stuff the bag in beside it. Stuff the bag with the rope inside is OK if you have tons of pack space, but it doesn't pack well in this configuration if you've got even a mildly long approach. Still a good value in the age of overpriced rope bags.

    Great bag for the price

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Fits both my 8.4mm ropes, which is really nice for approaches - though not ideal for having them ready-stacked. Thinking of getting one for each rope. Durable, easy to use, and the padded strap was better than I expected. It'd be nice to be able to choose the color if you're going to have more than one, but I guess that's what colored duct tape is for :P

    Good solid bag

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've used a few other rope bags in the past and this one works great. Clinches down nice and tight with the external straps, easy to carry with the shoulder strap, although I usually just throw it in my backpack instead. The rope hasn't ever tangled itself up inside the bag and the tarp is a nice size too. Price is decent, I would purchase again.

    Does its job

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This light weight and durable rope bag surely does its job. Its helped keep my rope clean and is easy to quickly roll your rope up and be on the trail. This bag is ideal for short approaches. I have found that for longer approaches the shoulder strap can get a little bit uncomfortable after a while.

    Best rope bag I've ever used

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The most versatile bag i've used. I just cinch one side closed and feed the rope in the bag. When I'm ready to use the rope on the next trip out, it just feeds out just as easy. If I'm lead climbing, I will start out with the rope fed in the bag singled; if I'm top-roping I will feed the rope in the bag doubled. When top roping unzip the bag and it gives you a nice area to lay the rope on. Simple design but I haven't felt the need to change a thing. It just works, and i've used these bags for maybe ten years now. If I get an additional rope, it gets it's own new bag.

    Decent Gear for Price Point

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Good design. Doubles as a small tarp which is cool if you're top roping in a grimy spot. Materials are light (thin). Shoulder strap is kinda lame. Theres a lot of cinching and buckling and folding that you gotta do to properly secure your rope. Make sure you cinch down the ends of the bag really good or it'll all go haywire during your carry, probably at a really bad time.

    compressed and ready to hit the rock

    At home, I usually re-flake my rope and pull the center out. This allows for a tight package to haul to the climb and leaves the middle where I can find it when top roping with my little daughter.

    Top Rope: Clip the middle, loosen buckles and one end of bag... drop the protected rope down. Rap and then unroll everything. Rope stays clean and out of the dirt and water.

    compressed and ready to hit the rock

    easy to load, use and move

      I have had one Superslacker for well over a decade. While some people prefer other bags, this well thought out CLASSIC has been around so long for a reason.

      One plus is how easy this bag is to load and move from climb to climb. The ample room means you can fold the tarp over the rope and toss in your shoes and other gear. Close up and move - unfold when you reach the next climb.

      This is also a cool bag for setting up top ropes. With the bag over a shoulder, undo one side of the bag and pull out the middle(I keep it where I can find it) clip it through the anchors/draws and with the rope inside the bag, drop the whole package. The rope stays clean and protected until you rap down and unfold it all.

      Many of the great uses of this bag come from it's unique design. It is different from other designs and can be used in a number of ways. I prefer the Superslacker for both top roping and sport routes over other bags my friends use. I recommend this bag to others.

      Durability is great. BD makes quality products. I for one like the zipper as well as the buckles. The zipper is a nice feature that you don't have to use when moving from climb to climb if you don't like it. The tarp is not necessarily small; but, another foot larger in either direction wouldn't hurt.

      easy to load, use and move

      My new favourite rope bag

        I had previously owned a Kong rope bag that did the job carrying my ropes and some equipment but looked ugly. I got this one just based on how it looked and wasn't disaapointed, loogs good and highly functional and easily stowable on top of your backpack or justn sling it on a shoulder and ur done. Good build and nice material.


          This bag is more of a portable tarp than anything else. It is made of durable material and is easy to use. The tarp is easily large enough. Best for local sport climbing with very little approach, the single shoulder strap can be uncomfortable on long walks. I just wish it had another compartment or at least a small zipper pocket for your keys and phone.

          My favorite rope bag

            I've had many different rope bags over the past 12 years and keep coming back to my Superslackers. The rope tarp size is generous, rolling the rope into the burrito style shape is easy, the compression straps on the outside work easily and, contrary to a few others here, I really like the zipper. I will admit I've had the barrel clasps on the end cinches break but they're easily replaced for cheap. And, to be fair, I use this rope bag more than any of my others; multiple times a week.
            My climbing pack is an Osprey pack so the elongated shape of this rope bag allows me to strap it vertically to the compression straps common on Osprey packs. This just works really well for me.
            I've used this rope bag for 60m x 10.5mm ropes as well as 70m x 9.8mm ropes and never feel like I'm squeezing the ropes in there. The volume of this bag is very good.

            Will this bag hold 300' of 9mm rope?

            Will this bag hold 300' of 9mm rope?

            Is this waterproof?

            Is this waterproof?