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Metolius Dirt Bag II Rock Climbing Rope Bag
Metolius Dirt Bag II Rock Climbing Rope Bag

Metolius Dirt Bag II Rock Climbing Rope Bag

$39.95 USD

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Product title: Metolius Dirt Bag II Rock Climbing Rope Bag
SKU: ECL_MTBDIRT2-Green

The Metolius Dirt Bag II Rock Climbing Rope Bag features a sling shoulder strap and zipper opening on the side. This popular rope bag has been improved with a larger tarp and greater capacity. The closure system is designed for durability and functionality, all at a very aggressive price.

  • Larger tarp to hold up to 70m. rope
  • Burly polyester resists abrasion
  • Full-length beefy zipper & cinch-shut top
  • Lightly padded adjustable shoulder strap
  • Your rope stuffs into easy-load pocket
  • Rope not included

Technical Specifications

Dimensions 52" x 58" ( 132 cm. x 147 cm.)
Weight 1 lbs. 2 oz. (510g.)
Volume 1,595 cu. in. (26 L)

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2 reviews
  • RB
    Ronald B.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    4 years ago
    Nice bag

    I like it. 200 ft. Of 11mm static rope fits into the bag.

  • A
    Anonymous
    Flag of United States
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    6 years ago
    Definitely large enough

    Fits my 70 ft 10.1 mm Single Rope just fine, and the tarp is large enough to belay from without getting the rope dirty. The shoulder strap is comfy enough, and although it's a bit awkward to carry such a heavy rope on only one side of your body I don't think there is any way to improve this.

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