For optimal comfort, it includes a back panel and ergonomic straps. The Octopus comes with a tarp to protect your ropes on the ground and can also accommodate a helmet holder. Ideal for all your climbing trips, it is airline overhead bin compatible.
Technical InformationOne-piece construction3 large zippered pockets for safely storing small itemsSeparate inner stretch mesh compartment2 internal gear loopsTuck away shoulder straps and waist belt2 handles for top and side carryingRope tarp includedHelmet holder compatible (sold separately)Fits most carry-on air cabin requirements
Material: 210D high-tenacity ripstop nylon 66Volume: 45LDimensions: 58x32x23cmWeight: 900g
The DMM Flight is a suitcase style opening crag sack with 45 litre internal capacity. Your rope, helmet and drinks bottle have specific external storage too if you need more space. An 80m rope can be stored in one half of the Flight wrapped in the rope tarp, or strapped externally on top if more space is needed inside for trad gear. In the other half of the Flight your harness, shoes, chalk bag, etc. can be stored behind a mesh panel.
Lowe Alpine's offering to climbers who don't carry unnecessary weight, the Misfit 27 is a crag bag aimed at sport climbers, boulderers, and those with difficult gym approaches. Thanks to the TriFlex system, the pack sits close to the back, which, combined with the hip belt, might also make the bag a good accompaniment on those multi-pitch trad days. With a wide opening main zip, internal security pocket and gear loop, there should be no trouble of access and organisation.
The Kliff can hold up to 100m of rope as well as the rest of your sport climbing gear. It's practical and easy to use with the large main zipper opening, allowing for quick access to all your gear when the bag is lying on the ground. The detachable integrated tarp measures 140 x 140 cm and has 4 corner handles.
The Outcast 44 is the ultimate sport climbing backpack. With a book-style opening, rope tarp and reinforced clip-stick holder, it provides a quick and easy way to stash gear and move from route to route.
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