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Metolius Ropemaster HC Bag - 1960cu in

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    A classic design remastered.

    With the exception of an increased capacity suitable to a 70 meter cord and a redesigned tarp, the Metolius Ropemaster HC Bag features the same time-tested design that made the original Ropemaster the first and bestselling rope bag ever made.

    • Large capacity bag can easily stow a 70 meter cord
    • Drawcord and unbreakable aluminum buckles provide a secure closure and allow you to compress the bag for storage
    • Redesigned tarp keeps your rope out of the dirt and allows for easy loading
    • Rope window allows you to see which rope is in the bag without opening it
    • Item #MET0373

    Tech Specs

    Material
    nylon
    Carrying Options
    shoulder strap
    Closure
    aluminum buckles
    Tarp Dimension
    52 x 58 in
    Recommended Use
    stow and carry a rope
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Bomb Proof

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've had this bag for about three years now and it is the best. Its so easy to roll up your rope. It has all the features you need a strap, a spot to tie the end of your rope, and it cinches down alot! I like that it has metal closures because that means if you accidentally step on them or something they won't break and rendor the bag useless. It has lasted the tests of time and is overall a really great buy!

    Solid addition to your sending arsenal

      Buckles are secure and easy to adjust.
      The tarp and bag are plenty large to contain a 70meter rope.
      Single shoulder sling is comfortable and the carrying handle does its job.

      Perfect Rope Bag

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Rope bag can fit a lot. I mostly use it for my fat, workhorse 70m; but I've also been able to fit two 60m half ropes as well. The tarp is nice and big to flake out your rope(s) and a giant Creek rack. The shoulder strap can be adjusted on both ends, but not very well padded for comfort. Buckles are cinch to use. I've had this bag for at least 5 years and nothing has broken/torn on it yet.

      Great Bag

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

      I was initially keeping my rope in an ikea bag, this is a huge step up. It has more than enough room for my 70 meter rope and is comfortable to carry. I mainly bought a rope bag for the built in rope tarp and this one does the trick.

      Love it so far!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I've taken this rope bag to the local crag as well as to the gym and it has been great so far. I fit my Sterling 70m in the bag no problem and have room my draws, nuts, harness and belay device. I love how big the tarp is and how burly the cinch straps are allowing me to really crank down on them to keep everything neat and tidy. I love the tarp window feature as well which allows me to see what rope I have in the bag without having to open it up all the way. I'll update the review once I've had a chance to put it through its paces, but feel free to give me a call if you have any other questions or would like an update.

      Love it so far!

      Handy

        I used to roll with the burrito-style tarp and for a bit more money, I decided to make the upgrade to this rope bag. What a difference! It's so much easier to carry the rope and it makes my 70m 10.2mm look compact. The tarp is easily deployed and stuffed back in, and the strap is nice and comfy over my shoulder. This is a simple but very effective bag!

        Home to a happy rope and his friends!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        My young, eager 60m rope was looking for his first mobile home and got a great deal with this bag. He moved in right away and got on the road. On the way to his first crag, he realized he had room to invite some friends, so he opened his spare room to Mr. and Mrs. Harness and Shoes, along with their children, ATC, Chalk Bag, and the decuplets - Quickdraws. They've happily adventured together ever since.

        They've admired the beauty of the Wasatch area in Utah, picked up a nice red blush in Red Rock, and are currently spending some weekends among the Santa Monica Mountains. Unfortunately, one of the interior walls (the tarp section) suffered some rock damage from a particularly large rock that barely missed a clumsy human who had decided not to bring his helmet that day. The material doesn't tear easily and the holes haven't expanded in the ensuing months, so the adventures continue unhindered! Mr. Rope will not be looking for a new home any time soon.

        Also, the drawstring and buckles are easy to use, they keep everything secure, and the shoulder strap is easily adjustable and pretty comfortable. A safe investment and an excellent bag!

        Nice durable bag.

        • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

        I got this bag as a gift for a family member. She loves the durability and it is the perfect size for her rope and gear. Bag seemed to be very durable.

        Cheers! It works for me...

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I'm a weekend warrior as climbing goes seems to fit my needs. Durable & spacious, works out pretty well to carry in the beverages post afternoon ice climb. Even holds 12pk of Coors Banquet stubbies, and a 6er of bottles with a little room to spare, that's Wisconsin climbing for you.

        Cheers! It works for me...

        Light, Durable, Awesome

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Needed a cheaper bag that could get the job done and this is that bag. I dig the red loops which are a lot easier to see than other bags I've messed with in the past. Looking forward to hauling this thing around for years to come!

        Living up to the expectations

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

        So far this classic rope bag has not dissapointed. I've carried my gym rope, 2 pairs of shoes, harness, chalk bag, etc with some room to spare. The only improvement I could imagine is a sweet pocket to stash phone/wallet/keys

        Awesome Value!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Durable and dependable...Great bag for the price.

        I can easily fit 70m of 9.8 in side, with room for my harness and 12 quickdraws.



        --Kept everything dry in this photo when we got hit by a storm at the end of a climb--

        Awesome Value!

        Perfect!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        This rope bag is great! It has plenty of space to hold my 70m rope and other things. I was able to store my rope, harness, shoes, chalk bag, carabiners and belay device.Although I did clip some of it to the outside. This bag is great I highly recommend it.

        Keeps everything neat and tidy

        • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

        This bag keeps my new rope clean and organized. It is large enough to also fit two sets of quick drawers, slings, a harness and climbing
        shoes. I like the size of the tarp and how well it folds into the bag.
        The bag is lightweight but durable. The clear window is an added bonus if you have multiple ropes and want to see which one is in the bag.

        Great Rope Bag

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I am very glad I invested in this rope bag to carry my rope around versus the other backpack I was using in a makeshift manner. The size is great, easy and comfortable to carry. The tarp size is also good, with the buckles and material being quite sturdy and appear to be durable. Only had it a short time but have been impressed with its utility and comfort thus far. I have used it for gym and outdoor climbing and found it to versatile.

        A worthy investment.

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

        I've used the Metolius Speedster for years at sport crags with great results. I bought the Ropemaster HC after I got my second rope & it fits the bill beautifully. They're virtually the same thing, the biggest difference being one's a backpack & the other is a gym-style bag. It's worth the $32 investment to keep your rope out of the dirt and make it last more than a couple of seasons. I was pleasantly surprised by its capacity as it'll hold my 70m 9.5mm rope & a single trad rack if I pack it right. The best part is no more coiling & tying. Just unroll, grab the top tail, and go. When you're done just flake it up, roll, & you're outta there!

        GREAT rope bag!!!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I have had a Metolius Rope Master rope bag for years and it's still going strong. The attachments are all very durable. The buckles are convenient and easy to use. The little clear window makes it nice to see which rope you have in there (if you have more than one rope and rope bag). It is a great size...not too big and not too small. I like how you roll up the tarp with the rope ends tied and that it keeps them separate if you want to do that. I have a set of twin ropes in mine right now and it keeps them separate while on/in the bag. I bought this one as part of a group gift for a climbing couple that is getting married along with some other stuff. I always highly recommend this rope bag to friends and anyone who asks. Great rope bag!!!

        Your rope is worth it

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Metolius makes it incredibly easy to take care of your rope. Easily fits a 70m 9.8mm rope, easy to unroll the tarp and instantly start climbing if you flaked your rope right, and easy to haul your bag from route to route (or up a route if you're climbing out from a long day).

        Don't just think of this as a fancy splurge; if you want to extend the life of your rope and prevent dirt and debris from becoming embedded in the sheath, this bag is a must-have.

        Will fit a 100m 9mm rope.

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

        Bought this with my 100M Mammut Canyon Static 9mm, hoping that the smaller rope would let me roll an extra 30 meters in. It's a little tight, especially if you're careless with how you pack it, but it fits just fine. The window is nice to be able to tell which rope you're grabbing as well.

        Does this still have the pocket inside for...

        Does this still have the pocket inside for the rope? I saw one the other day with no pocket...

        It has a tarp inside of the bag. You un cinch the bag, roll out the tarp, place the rope inside of the tarp, roll back up and re cinch. So, not really a pocket, but this bag is a good example of most bags you'll find on the market.