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Dirt on your bag, not your rope.

A good rope bag needs to be durable, simple, and easy to load. The Metolius Dirt Bag II delivers on all the criteria. Ballistic nylon construction is tough enough for dragging the bag around the crag, and the increased capacity provides plenty of space for a 70-meter rope. Plus, the integrated tarp pocket keeps the rope in place for easy loading.

  • Ballistic nylon construction provides rugged durability
  • Increased capacity provides ample space for a 70-meter rope
  • Tarp pocket keeps the rope in place for easy loading
  • Padded shoulder strap and molded handle allow for easy transport
  • Burly zipper and drawcord closure keep your rope safely stowed
  • Plastic window allows you to identify which rope is in the bag without having to open it

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4 5

Great Value for the Price

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

I like the design of this bag compared to the other Metolius rope bags. I have a 9.8 70m rope that fits fine in this bag. The only thing that you have to get used to is how to lay the rope out correctly to get it to fit nicely in the bag. A regular flake pile does not like to be packed into the bag, you end up a lump and you don't end up filling the entire length of the bag. A more organized lengthwise flake or coiling the rope seems to get the rope fitting in the bag right. Otherwise, bag material is tough, and the rope tarp is huge! With the shoulder strap design this bag is hard to use while you wearing a backpack already. I prefer using a backpack large enough to fit it in, but some people don't mind wearing a backpack and wearing the rope bag around the neck, just all preference. Buy it! It's a great price for a well constructed bag. Totally worth the money and your rope will appreciate it!

4 5

It works!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Just used it at the gym so far. It does it's job. Easy to get the tarp and rope out and just as easy to wrap it back up. The tarp is a sufficient size as well, compared to the others I've seen. I do wish it had another strap so you could wear it almost as a pack. Hiking up to a crag with this only around one shoulder doesn't seem all to comfy.

3 5

Utilitarian

I have been using this bag for about 3 months and it serves its function but the tarp is rather small. Aside from the small tarp the bag functions well and it includes a little plastic window on it so you can see which rope you have in the bag. The durability of the bag is also not the best because I noticed on the second used that the threading on the tarp where it connects to the bag is unraveling. I do appreciate the tarp sleeve that keep the rope in place when you go to pack/unpack the bag.