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A backpack built for cragging.
Pack a climbing rope, sending shoes, layers, lunch, water, and all your draws in Grivel's Rocker 45 Cragging Backpack for a full, sporty day. Specifically designed for sport climbing, this pack features a removable tarp to protect your rope from the dirty ground, and its back panel opens completely for easy packing and unpacking. The waist belt, back panel, and shoulder straps have padded air mesh to keep you comfy whether the crag is right off the road or up a remote canyon. Grivel added a myriad of pockets for your smartphone, water bottles, topo information, and even a pen or two for your climbing journal.
- A burly backpack built specifically for sport climbers
- Capacity large enough for rope, shoes, food, layers, draws, and more
- Removable tarp for dirty crags
- Internal pockets store phone, pens, topo information, and more
- External pockets secure water bottles
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- Q & A
Sport Climbing Day Pack
I have been wanting and looking for one bag that will keep just about everything inside. This holds my 70m rope, shoes, harness, quick draws and helmet...a little more can fit as well like water and snacks. Take the helmet out and hook to the outside daisy chain, then you have even more room.
Personal favorite crag bag
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This bag is by far my favorite bag i have used for any of my climbing gear so far. Right off the bat it is pretty large but a managable size great for fitting all the gear you need. I even throw it on my back and ride my motorcycle to the gym. The construction is pretty durable exactly what id ask for in a crag pack. It zips all the way top to bottom for eazy access to all my gear. I have been able to fit a 60 meter and 70 meter ropes and a top ripe anchir kit, 2 pairs of shoes, 2 harnesses, 2 chalk bags, grigri2 , atc guide, cleaning gear, prusik, 21 feet of cordelette, 14 draws, tape and salve, and a logbook while keeping it all organized. By far my favorite bag.