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Patagonia Cragsmith 35L Backpack - 2136cu in

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    When the crag is your playground.

    Load up the Patagonia Cragsmith 35L Backpack with everything you need to top out and blaze up technical approaches with ease. The large, zippered top makes loading up at the parking lot painless, while the huge zippered back panel allows you to access rope, cams, and quickdraws without having to expose them to dirt and grime. Two side pockets are ideal for stashing some water, a topo map, and a guide book. A compression strap along the top of the pack helps to manage heavy loads and doubles as a rope fixing strap. The pack is composed of a super durable 630-denier nylon and is treated with a DWR finish to protect rope and gear from spitting rains.

    • Air Flow-mesh shoulder straps and back panel
    • Top and back access
    • 630D nylon fabric (50% recycled)
    • 940D Cordura base
    • DWR finish
    • Side and internal stash pockets
    • Micro daisy chains
    • Reinforced haul handles
    • Item #PAT00P3

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [main] 630D nylon (50% recycled), [base] 940D Cordura nylon, DWR finish
    Volume
    2136 cu in
    Shoulder Straps
    Air Flow mesh
    Waist Belt
    yes
    Access
    top, back panel
    Pockets
    1 main compartment, 2 side, 1 internal stash
    Gear Loops
    yes, daisy chains
    Compression
    yes, top lid
    Claimed Weight
    2 lbs 5 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    cragsmith rules

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    bought this as a clean streamlined airline carry-on bag. The panel load back panel is awesome. Unbelievable amount of gear and clothing crammed into this bag. No frills, clean design is a quick stash overhead or under the seat. Just the right amount of exterior zippers for passport, wallet, book and snacks. Great design !

    Perfect for the essentials

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I take this pack with me on sport climbs that are minutes away from the parking lot and treks that are a couple miles out. It has just enough room for a 60m rope, your shoes, harness, climbing rack, a jacket or two, and any other accessories that you'll need. the top and side pockets are great for stowing snacks and guidebooks or anything that you would want easy access to like your keys, phone, or wallet. The zippered back panel is great when you need something in the bottom of your bag and don't want to go digging for it and end up tossing all your gear on the ground. If you can't fit all your gear inside; fear not, there are multiple gear loops that you can attach biners to. My only wish for this pack is that it had a external pocket for two for water bottles. other than that, I love this pack and take it climbing every time I venture out.

    Great Craig Pack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    First, I bought it on sale at nearly half off. At that price it is six stars. At full price, four. IT looks like it will wear well but I've only had it out about four times now.

    I bought this to carry everything for a day for me and my daughter to climb half a day at Smith Rock or for me all day splitting gear with a partner. It is just enough pack in volume for a 60 meter rope, 2 liters of water, shoes, harness, a rack, some sandwiches, and a layer or two. Odds and ends in the pockets. If I'm carrying my kid's stuff too, or more layers, It is easy to put the rope on the top of the pack and bring too much stuff. I carried a second rope out a few weekends ago and the weight and feel were just fine. It adjusts well and is plush without being bulky or stiff.

    The zipper in the back makes getting in and out in the dirt easy and I never feel it on my back. The top access lets you use it as a rope bucket in a pinch, or to just cram stuff in a bit easier once the main bulk is in. The side pocket is a little weird because of its low volume. The top pocket is good.

    I subtracted one star for the weird side pocket and the strange lack of outside daisy chain with some loops instead. I just like easy to use stuff and this level of minimalism is just not intuitive to me yet and I still look around for places to hang a spare draw or sling. I don't get the loop system or what I'm supposed to hang off of it to make them useful. I'm sure I'll figure it out but...why no daisy chain?

    This really is not an alpine pack. I would use it for long routes in Tuolumne that are all approach and rock, but not if I was carrying axes/tools, bivy gear, or a lot of weight for a long time. This is an excellent rock climbing pack for easy to burly day trips.

    Initial Opinions

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

    I just got my bag yesterday and I screamed with delight. It's a good size and I got it in the all gray color so it is appealing to my eye as well. The only thing that I am intrigued with how well it is going to work is the zipper for taking out the rope is in the back rather than the front. I'm not sure how common this is but it seems like the backpack straps will get in the way. Other than that, it's going to be wonderful to help keep me organized and it is SO comfortable. Patagonia always makes legit stuff, in my opinion, so I trust it'll be a reliable and sturdy bag.