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Edelrid Rope Rider Bag 45

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    Rope bags are overrated.

    Nobody likes awkwardly hiking approaches with a rope bag slung around one shoulder, which is why Edelrid made the Rope Rider Bag 45 a backpack so you can hike to the climbing crag without your rope weighing down one side of your body. Rigidly constructed, the Rope Rider stands upright for easier packing and unpacking, and its tarp is removable for an easier time at the crag. Its capacity can pack climbing gear, a rope, draws, a trad rack, and enough snacks and water for a few hours.
    • Rigid climbing backpack stands upright at the crag
    • 45L capacity suitable for rope, quickdraws, and a single trad rack
    • Removable tarp shields clean climbing ropes from dirty grounds
    • Numerous internal pockets for phone, topos, and guidebooks
    • External zippered pocket for tape, keys, and money
    • Item #ELR0046

    Tech Specs

    Volume
    45L (2746cu in)
    Shoulder Straps
    padded
    Waist Belt
    removable webbing
    Access
    front panel
    Pockets
    1 zippered exterior, numerous internal
    Recommended Use
    sport climbing, trad climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited

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    Good for cragging

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

    Only had this pack 2 wks, but no one else has left a review yet, so I figured I'd leave something. Good all around day-pack for cragging. Definitely the full 40L. Pack was actually larger than I expected. Easily fits all the gear necessary for a full day of climbing. Rope tarp is nice, but could be a little bigger I think. No hip belt, so might not be the best for long approaches if you really wanted to load it up. Material feels durable, but haven't beat up on it too much yet. Overall happy with it so far.

    Good for cragging