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Stands out like neon.
Out of all the backpacks littered at the bases of climbing crags, the Mammut Neon Gear 45 Pack's sleek, streamlined style stands out the most. Mammut didn't just make this pack as a pretty present for on-lookers to enjoy, the Neon Gear is fully featured for the utmost convenience at the crag. Features like a removable rope bag, external rope straps, and a pouch for your chalk bag keep you at the top of your game when you start your projects.
- Full-featured backpack for days spent at climbing crags
- U Contact frame for comfortable support with heavy loads
- Heavy-duty fabrication with durable water-resistant treatment
- Traditional top loader with back access for easy unpacking
- Removable rope bag keeps your climbing rope off dirty grounds
- External rope straps let you pack the rope outside
- Pouch and pockets for chalk bags, electronics, and valuables
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- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This is seriously the coolest climbing/rope bag I have ever owned, that allows me to hold all my gear in one pack.
In the past, I would use a rope bag and a small backpack to carry my gear. It is so hard to find a rope bag with backpack straps, I used to have one that had backpack straps, and a tarp that was attached which allowed me to roll my rope into it when I was done climbing. I loved it, but it was pretty cheap quality and it could only fit my rope.
So I’ve been on the hunt for a new one and found this one.
I was honestly a bit iffy on it. The photos on the site, really don’t do it justice. I did my own research to find all the cool features it has. Mammut put so much thought into the entire design of this pack.
It has two openings: The top, or the back panel
When the back is opened, there is a pocket in the panel for your climbing shoes.
There are two gear loops at the top of the back panel opening which allow you to hang your draws and gear, keeping them tangle free and organized.
In the top opening, there are pockets that are on the inside as well as the top. From one of the top pockets, there is cording that comes out which allows you to tie down a rope over the top and secure it.
The pack comes with a tarp as well. The tarp is my only complaint on the pack. It is a circular shape and looks like you should be able to pull on some cording to cynch it up, but it totally doesn’t. I don’t understand the purpose of the cynch cords.
It also comes with a little bag for you to keep your chalk bag in, to avoid explosion.
I have been able to carry all of the following items in this one bag:
1 70 M rope
1 Petzl harness
1 Chalk bag
3 ATC decives
First aid kit
I absolutely love this pack and can’t help sharing my stoke with all my fellow climbers!
The Best Crag Pack
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I recently got this pack and found out, that I really like it. The V shape it comes in provides a wide top for easy filling up with gear. Pockets on the inside provide perfectly space areas for shoes and chalk bag. Then the back opens and you can pull out the rope tarp with the rope in it. The back straps also provide a duffel style pick up for easy moving between routes. I also fit two trad racks, 2 sets of draws, 2 shoes, 2 liters of water, chalk bag, sunscreen, guidebook all inside the pack while the rope securely attached to the outside. the 45L size is the perfect mix. I had the BD Stone and it just wasnt enough room. Great bag. You will not be let down.