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Blue Water Canyon Bag

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    7 Reviews


    It'll be quite the rappel.

    Waterfall rappels sure are enjoyable, and Bluewater Ropes' Canyon Bag only makes it more-so. You can clip the Canyon Bag below your harness as you rappel, and the tapered design should pull the rope out easily while the perforated bag drains any water that dumps in it. The bag's padded, vinyl-coated fabric protects your lifeline from abrasion and rock-shreds. There are carry handles and adjustable shoulder slings to help you get your rope to and from rappel stations.
    • Canyoneering bag protects carries your rope from rappel to rappel
    • Vinyl coated fabrication resists shredding and abrasion
    • Foam inserts promote flotation and padded protection
    • Perforated sides provide ample drainage
    • Carry handles clip to harnesses to hang high
    • Sizes suitable for any rope from sixty to three hundred feet
    • Item #BWR000Q

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    ⚠️ WARNING
    This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to
    [S] 60 - 120 ft, [M] 100 - 200 ft, [L] 200 - 300+ ft
    [S] 10 x 8 in, [M] 14 x 9.5 in, [L] 18 x 10 in
    Claimed Weight
    [S] 14.3 oz, [M] 1 lb 3.7 oz, [L] 1 lb 11 oz
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    Excellent bag!

      this bag is awesome, its been great for every canyon ive needed it for to date! its holds its one in both wet and dry canyons, through thick and thin. ive also been happy with how well it holds up through the beating ive given it. highly recommend this bag for all your canyoneering rope needs.

      Great for wet canyons.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I prefer these to some of the nylon bags by other manufactures, they don't absorb water, the drainage is great and they hold up quite well.

      Must have for canyoneering!

        I haven't had a chance to use the bag I purchased but have put friends through the wringer and these are great bags! The mouth is wide for quick easy rope stuffing. They are great at taking abuse. After using one for years we did a short kid trip without one and it was such a bummer to coil rope after every rap! Plus I know the rope isn't tying itself into knots on the way down. If you canyoneer, you need one of these bags!

        330 foot Bag!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Have the Large Size. It fits 330 ft. of 8mm rope. And a bud also has Large Size and fits 300 ft. of 8.3mm canyon-line. The double straps on the side allows carry as separate back-pack or evenly straps it to your main pack (where you'd normally strap your snow-board vertically.. see photo). One of the best things about this rope-bag is it stands up by itself (even when empty), making stuffing the rope back in, especially on solo trips, easier and faster. There's even enough room above the rope to secure a helmet within the mesh brim on approach. Bonus!

        330 foot Bag!

        #1 Rope Bag

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This bag is the bee's knees! The design originated with Canyon Werks and Blue Water now makes them. I've used this bag in Zion, Escalante, Grand Cn., Death Valley and Black Canyon of the Colorado over the space of a couple years. I have never made any patches or had any problems at all. I've chucked the thing off massive raps into totally gnar scree slopes and it hasn't shown any signs of bursting. It floats super well when other bags don't (though in not sure if Bluewater is putting the floating foam inserts in). It is way burlier that Imlay Canyon bags but it is heavier and a bit less flexible, that is its only downfall. At the same time, its rigidity is also a huge advantage when you have to stuff the rope in without a partner to hold the bag open because the mouth will remain open even if you're alone. It has internal tie in points and drains water in seconds. I believe I have a medium size and it fits a 200ft 9mil perfectly. I would really recommend it if you're looking for a bag that is super strong and long-lasting.

        An OK Rope Bag

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I currently have 200' of Imlay Canyon Canyon 8.3mm Fire Rope in it and it barely fits. Would be nice if it were a bit taller so you could more easily stuff the rope. Also it came smelling a bit like Synthetic oil or something and the smell hasn't gone away. Also doesn't float.