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Lisa D

Columbus, OH

Lisa D

Lisa Dwrote a review of on September 27, 2017

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 5"
Weight: 135 lbs

Nice and warm, the fabric feels very rugged and durable. Perfect for chilly mornings camping before hitting the trail or getting to the crag. I love the quilted inside and the elbow patches. I've washed it a few times and I'm worried about the flannel parts getting a little fuzzy, but otherwise no problems.

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Lisa D

Lisa Dwrote a review of on June 29, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is an awesome cragging bag. The tarp is gigantic, and I tend to spread out a lot while flaking / belaying, so that was the biggest reason I even bought this bag. I really like the backpack straps too, it's easy to haul around and strap to a pack, etc. I was a little concerned that my 70m 9.8 rope wasn't going to fit at first, but I burrito'd my rope up in the tarp and it fit great, while also packing down to a surprisingly small area. I could probably fit in a couple racks of draws / slings / etc in without too much fuss. Great bag for the price, also! The material hasn't gotten too dirty when I've been out on sandy and dusty landings, which I suppose could just be a function of the color, but it's still nice. Seems pretty durable and rugged, so hopefully I'll get a good several years out of it.
Awesome bag at a great price, will certainly buy again when I get another rope!

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Lisa D

Lisa Dwrote a review of on June 29, 2017

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought this rope a month or so ago, and have taken it to the gym, on a trad trip, and on a few sport trips. This is the first rope I've bought myself, but I've been around different ropes for a while and this one certainly doesn't disappoint! Obviously the price is great for the length/width/treatment. The length is great for longer sport routes, and the middle mark is very clear (unlike some of the dual color ropes I've climbed on in the past). It feeds super nicely through a GriGri and an ATC, and it's very comfortable to fall on, too. It's held up well to what I've put it through so far, if a little dirty, but we'll see how it works out long term.

It's pretty light for the length and width, so not a bear to haul out to the crag, and fits well in the Trango Antidote bag I bought with it. I'm looking forward to using this rope lots in the fall when the season returns!

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