3.8 out of 5 star average customer rating based on 4 reviews
Not as big as you might think - 03/25/2016
This bag is designed well, and seems to be well constructed, but it's nowhere near as big as I thought from the description. I can fit 150' of 11mm rope and a few miscellaneous other things in there (folded throwline cube, spare carabiners and pulleys, small ditty bag) but no more. Or, I can fit my harness in it, with it's usual climbing accessories, but my helmet with attached earmuffs will not fit - the bag is not very deep at all. I was looking for an economic bag for everything - guessed wrong. I'll use this bag just for harness and climbing accessories.
Too small - 01/02/2016
Awesome quality, very well built. However, a whole lot smaller than expected. I would recommend it for rec climbers as it is a good back pack but too small to carry all the gear we need to work.
not as big as i thought - 07/13/2014
I ended up using a "fieldline tactical" backpack from Walmart for my gear, it is bigger, has place in between 2 sections for sleeping bag to use for gear, and molle straps throughout. this 90 dollar coaxsher just didtn fit the bill. and for the price can get tactical backpack and buckinham rope bag for 90
This Pack Makes Me Feel Like a Navy Seal - 10/16/2013
Reviewer: Wyatt Spruck
This pack is versatile, rugged, and compact.
I like how this pack opens (from behind the shoulder straps). I prefer this over the typical top-loading rope/gear packs (i.e. Sherrill RopeBoss or DMM's rope bags). I find it gives me more access to all of my gear in the main storage compartment, as opposed to removing any gear on top to access items stored lower in the pack.
Other/Little things I like about this pack:
1) Zipper compartment at top of pack with handle
2) top handle (I attach biners, pulleys, split tails etc here)
3) middle(?) handle: lets me carry the pack like briefcase
4) Looks like a tactical/military pack
The only complaint(s) I have about this pack:
1) needs more attachment loops (for biners, snaps, pulleys, accessories etc). Maybe integrating M.O.L.L.E loops (military style attachment/modular system integration) would help with that.
2) more pouches on the outside of the pack
3) a place to insert a business/ID card, sort of like a window, would be nice, maybe at the top or on the back of the pack
4) a chest strap (goes between shoulder straps
Overall, the pack is great. Satisfied with how it performs so far. Just have to see how many years of being hauled from one job site to the next before it gives out.