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Ropemaster Rope Bag

Average Rating = 4.62/5 Average Rating : 4.62 out of 5
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The rugged Metolius Ropemaster rope bag protects your rope from the damaging effects of dirt, sun and moisture. Features a large 5 ft. x 4 ft. tarp with an easy-load pocket that controls the rope while packing it up pocket is sized to hold up to a 70m rope. To stow your rope, simply flake it onto the tarp, stuff it into the easy-load pocket, fold the sides of the tarp in, roll it up and stuff it into the bag. Tarp also provides a handy groundsheet for booting up or stretching before a climb. Durable plastic window lets you see into the bag and identify which rope is stowed. Built-in compression straps with unbreakable aluminum buckles let you cinch the load down. Padded carry strap offers easy transport.

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Really like this bag. 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: stlamarc, 2008-09-03

This rope bag is great. Just need to flake your rope on the huge tarp, then roll the tarp inside the bag. It's really nice for the crag, since it allows you to move from route to route without coiling the rope. I really recommend it for the local craggers.

Roomy 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: napoleon_solo, 2008-08-21

This is a good bag. It has plenty of room and keeps your rope tangle-free. I even toss a static line or my gear sling in the bag with my 60m dynamic rope and it all fits. The only thing I don't like is the single strap. It's fine for what I do right now, but if you have long approaches in your future, you'll want the Roperanger which you can carry like a backpack. If I could do it over again, I would have spent the extra money and gotten that instead. Still, I have absolutely no complaints about this bag within its limits.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: griffin, 2006-08-13

Really nice rope bag. The design that everyone copies!!! I can throw a 60m 9.5, and a 60m 7mm tag line together in there, tangle free. Yeehaw

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: zeke_sf, 2006-08-02

Just get it. It has served me well for 3 years and going. For some cragging you can fit pretty much everything in it. Today inside the bag I had a 60M rope, quickdraws (17), and a climbing guide tucked behind the webbing closures. Attached to the handle was water, harness, helmet, shoes, etc. I ended up carrying just a gatorade bottle down. I've also used it multi-pitch, and it performs well in that function as a backpack, just make sure items are clipped to the handles or really stuffed into the tarp while the rope is out. I've heard it will easily hold a 70M rope, which I don't doubt.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: bouldrinsoill, 2006-05-28

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