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CAMP USA - Cassin Torre 70L Haul Bag


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Torre 70L Haul Bag

Camp USA constructed Cassin's Torre 70L Haul Bag with technical features suitable for advanced aid climbing. On the approach, the padded shoulder straps and waist belt maintain comfort; on the climb, the shoulder straps tuck away so rocks don't shred them up, and the waist belt removes to double as bosun chair on the climb. Camp made the bag out of Tarpaulin for extreme durability and convenient longevity. The Torre has a secure roll-top closure reinforced with a buckle and quick-and-easy cinch system. There's a large interior pocket for valuables, and multiple webbing loops to attach portaledges, sub-bags, or poop tubes.
  • Technical haul bag designed for advanced aid climbs
  • Tarpaulin fabric is super strong and extremely wear-resistant
  • Padded shoulder straps tuck away when it's time to haul
  • Removable waist belt doubles as a bosun chair
  • Roll-top with buckled, cinch system for secure closure
  • Large interior pocket secures valuables and personal belongings
  • Webbing attachment points for clipping a portaledge and more
  • Item #CSN001Z

4500D Tarpaulin TPU
70L (4272cu in)
[internal] 1 large zippered security
cinch system
roll-top with buckle
Claimed Weight
7lb 8oz
Recommended Use
climbing, mountaineering
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 3 years

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>Rating: 4

Big ole bag

This is a great durable haul bag with gear loops up top to prevent any gear from getting swallowed into the black hole abyss that is this bag.

>Rating: 5

Really great haul bag!

"Having climbed over twenty big walls in Yosemite and El Cap a dozen times, I mainly use a mid-sized haul bag and/or couple it with a smaller bag for easier access to day snacks and water. When searching for the ideal haul bag, I am primarily concerned with fit and comfort while hiking heavy loads, durability (haul bags get A LOT of wear and tear on big walls), and small features that help my adventures on the wall go as smoothly as possible. The Torre 70 is my preferred size because larger haul bags make it difficult to access food, water, layers, etc. and smaller bags are too small for all the gear needed for two people. Here's a link to my full review I wrote for Dirtbag Dreams - http://bit.ly/2J2PQNu "