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Trango Antidote Rope Bag - 1525cu in

$33.95

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    The cure for a dirty, disorganized rope.

    When your rope is filthy from lying on the dirty ground and tangled from misuse, Trango provides the Antidote Rope Bag. Its oversized tarp gives you a clean surface to store and protect your rope, rack, and draws wherever you climb. Two padded straps allow you to carry this bag as a backpack or shoulder bag when the crag is nearby, or you can remove the straps and slide the bag into your backpack when there's a long hike ahead of you. The window to the tarp lets you see what rope you have in the bag without having to unroll it. A burly construction with metal buckles keeps the bag durable. Red and green tie-off loops keep the rope free from tangles for easy storage.  

    • Oversized tarp
    • Two padded, removable straps
    • Tarp window
    • Metal buckle closure
    • Red and green tie-off loops
    • 4ft x 5ft
    • Item #TRG000H

    Tech Specs

    Carrying Options
    removable backpack straps, grab handle
    Closure
    2 metal buckles
    Tarp Dimension
    4 x 5 ft
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 3.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Huge Bag!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This bag is really great because it's so big and the tarp is really big. Sometimes I wish that the tarp would come out for times when I don't want to take my bag. My only other complaint is that I wish I had the option to carry this with one long shoulder strap instead of backpack style for times that I already have pack.

    Great Bag!

    • 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!

    Good buy

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Honestly, I bought this bag because it was on sale. That did not turn out to be a regrettable decision. My rope fits in it well. It is easy to open and close. I haven't used the tarp yet, but it is a good size. I really like the shoulder straps so it can conveniently be worn as a backpack.

    Awesome rope bag!

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

    Love this rope bag. The straps are solid and easy to attach and take off. The tarp is huge and my 70m 9.8 rope fits perfectly. Carry it like a back pack or duffel bag.

    Just what I wanted in a bag

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is just what it should be - a great sized tarp for use.
    The window is useful to be able to check which rope is in the bag, with loads of space (my rope is only 60m).
    I bought this with back-pack style straps as my other rope bag just has the one strap and is sometimes quite awkward on the way to a crag - flipping around, and in the way.
    The handy little handle to grab it from one end is great too!
    So just what I was hoping for, does everything it said it would.

    the most correct rope bag. love it!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    * roomy enough: usually I bear 60m rope, 15 quickdraws, climbing shoes, chalk bag... and all of this together with built-in tarp;
    * comfortable: you can carry it in hand, on one shoulder like shoulder bag or two shoulders like ruckzak;
    * shoulder straps are in right place: as main "entrance" is turned to your back, you keep rope in safe when wade through bushes... it's much easier to keep your bag clean as the most dirty side of the bag doesn't contact with your clothes;
    * durable;
    * light-weight;
    * it's dark - so always seems clean enough )))

    Great bag!!

      I bought a couple of different bags to compare but this one was the best. The backpack straps are handy, the tarp is bigger than most bags and I like that the tarp folds out into a square rather than the folded up edges (burrito?) at the top. It packs down small and feels durable. Have taken it out several times and it's been great. Threw it in the wash when it got super dirty and it cleaned up great.

      Best rope bag ever?

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      It's all of the right stuff and none of the wrong stuff. Every detail is thought out. Every handle and strap is solid. Tarp is huge and good for a 70m rope. If only it came in different colors I would buy one for every rope.

      Solid Bag

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

      There are a lot of thoughtful features built into this bag that sets it apart from the rest.
      I really like the padded shoulder straps so you can wear it on your back and keep your hands free for sketchy approaches. The window lets you know what rope you've got in it without needing to open it up. Good build quality and a big tarp means I'll probably be able to keep it around for quite a few seasons.

      Keep My Lifeline Safe

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I am incredibly protective of my rope, constantly looking it over for glaze or abrasion and keeping it far away from hazardous liquids . The Trango bag provides a buffer that is essential to keeping my rope happy. This bag is very well insulated, the straps are very comfortable, it can be worn for several miles without any discomfort, and the tie off areas are very handy. The compression straps are also well made and keep everything tight. After throwing this thing around at the crags and over stuffing the heck out of it, the bag still looks great. The stitching and materials are heavy duty, this bag will certainly last 10+ years.

      All in all this is a great bag for the money.

      A rope bag is just a rope bag?? Nope...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I always just thought a rope bag was a rope bag - who cares right? That's because I never had a good rope bag until this one. The tarp and roll setup for this bag is great! But its the small things that make the difference - for example, the "Go" end on the tarp is green. Also, there's a little window in the tarp so if you have a couple rope bags, you can easily see which rope it is. I beat the crap out of things and haven't destroyed mine yet and I've had it for at least a season and a half. Super high quality and cheap too.

      My favorite

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've had 3 or 4 rope bag models in the past 10 years, and this is my favorite. It's the only one I've found that has EVERYTHING without making any sacrifices.

      Do you think it is big enough? I'm looking for a bag that can fit my rope, harness, quickdraws, and shoes. Because Metolius no longer makes the Rope Ranger, it's down to this one and the Metolius Speedster. Any advice helps :)

      Hey Jen, I'll second that. Its plenty big for some extra items. Anytime I am using only a rope bag and no actual pack, I like to put heavier things like my water bottle inside, then wear my harness to save a little room.