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Edelrid City Hauler 30 Rope Bag

$89.95

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    You may look studious and attentive when you show up to class with Edelrid's City Hauler 30 Rope Bag filled to the rim with what your professors assume to be textbooks, but little do they know you have your climbing rope, shoes, harness, and gear ready to go for a few burns on your project before sundown. The City Hauler is a climbing pack with a casual disguise so you can wear it around town, and the removable tarp readies you for redpoints. Edelrid made this classic rucksack out of recycled climbing ropes, and padding surrounds the back panel and adjustable shoulder straps for a comfy ride from campus to the crag.

    • Classic rucksack redesigned for crag climbing
    • Removable tarp for climbing ropes
    • Padded back panel and adjustable shoulder straps
    • Roll-top access for an easy and secure closure
    • Pockets for electronics, valuables, and notebooks
    • Item #ELR003E

    Tech Specs

    Volume
    1830cu in
    Pockets
    1 internal notebook compartment, 1 zippered external
    Closure
    roll-top
    Dimensions
    [notebook compartment] 10.6 x 15.7 x 0.9in
    Claimed Weight
    1lb 3.4oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited

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    does the job

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I like this bag. It's simple and flashy. plenty of space and gear loops with a nice over the top closure system that helps you get as much space as possible. One thing I wish it had, is a chest strap. it has a thin waist strap, but I'd prefer a chest strap while carrying a full load of gear. Overall, I like it and will continue to use it, but I have to always be more cautious of weight distribution and how it will feel on my back sans chest support.