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Sport Climbing

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TooMuchTrad wrote a review of on January 25, 2007

4 5

This bag has little ability to be anything but a rope bag. I can hook all my sport climbing gear to the chain on the front of the bag. The main compartment mainly functions as only a rope bag - you might be able to roll some draws up in with the rope, but the design of the bag allows little of anything other than the rope, however, I did buy this for my rope, so I am very pleased with it. The straps could use a bit more padding, but this is an overall great rope bag. Caution though, the tarp is attached to the bag on one side, so when using your rope, the bag will sit on the ground. But as I said, if you buy this for a rope bag, you will be pleased.

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TooMuchTrad wrote a review of on January 3, 2007

5 5

There is a rubber insert on the rope end of these quickdraws. This allows for easier clipping when it matters. The other end is lose which allows the user to pull the quickdraw closer for yet even easier clipping. These are amazing quickdraws for sport climbing, I've taken many falls on them and will not be using a different kind anytime soon. If you have the money to get these over cheaper ones, you will be happy.

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TooMuchTrad wrote a review of on December 12, 2006

5 5

I have used a few different belay devices, but I enjoy this one the most. It has low friction until you put it in the break position and requires minimal tension to remain in the break position. My partner has taken some hefty whippers and this stops any extra slack being fed to him.

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TooMuchTrad wrote a review of on December 11, 2006

5 5

I have worn some of my buddies harnesses and they have worn mine. Everyone always ends up being jealous at how comfortable this thing is. The weight distribution is perfect. I've taken a few nice whippers, and it always amazes me at how little I notice the harness, especially when I compare it to others. It also seems to be extremely durable. I have rubbed it on the walls at my local gym several times, and the harness is showing no wear. Go ahead and save yourself some pain and be the envy of your buds with this completely comfortable harness; It's worth the extra money. If you try it on and you didn’t get it, be prepared to be. spending the money for it soon, because you will like it.

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TooMuchTrad wrote a review of on December 8, 2006

4 5

I didn't expect much with this costing so little. The rubber smell discussed previously is kind of annoying. It smells like fresh tennis balls to me. I can feel it targeting the muscles I use to grip holds. I can see how it might cause problems for smaller hands, it is quite larger than I expected, but I'm really liking it after a little while of using it.

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