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Crag Bag

Average Rating = 4.50/5 Average Rating : 4.50 out of 5
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Easily carries a 60-meter rope, 2-liter hydration bladder, harness, shoes, a set of quickdraws, and snacks Suspension system includes foam back panel, padded shoulder straps, sternum strap, waist belt Open front with cinch-cord closure gives you easy access to your rope; compression straps close over the front to further enclose contents Built-in, extra-large rope tarp External daisy chains for clipping extra gear Zippered top compartments for storing personal essentials Sternum strap buckle doubles as a signaling whistle 1 lb. 11 oz.

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Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: luber, 2006-06-13

This is a great combo backpack and rope bag, minimalist but with intelligent features, for example the rope tarp velcros into the pack so you can use it separately if you want. EMS was blowing them out for $30 which is a steal considering the quality - heck you can barely get a basic bag for that. It's basically exactly what I wanted, unfortunately they don't make it any more, so I'm hoping it will last a lifetime - seems pretty durable so far. I think I have the second generation model (light blue, not dark blue), I saw another online review at with the same complaint as skateman, and I think they fixed the straps and buckles problem cause mine are fine. I just noticed the sternum strap buckle is a whistle too, cute!

Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: skateman, 2004-08-13

It is amazing how much stuff you can cram into this pack! Usually I stuff a rope,full rack, lot's of webbing in case I feel like TR, harness, shoes, and I even have room for lunch in a separate compartment. (It has 2 small zippered pouches in addition to the main compartment). What is truly unique about this pack is the way the main compartment opens up to give you easy access to all of your gear. Externally there are two strings of small sewn loops which you can hang gear off of as well. My only complaint's are that the shoulder straps are a little thin and some of the buckles are somewhat cheezy. Overall, this pack works out very well for me!

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