With some branded rope bags selling for a lot of money, this one is an inexpensive alternative that does the job well. I have 50 metres of arborists 14mm lowering rope in mine, and there’s room for other bits and pieces. Very pleased.
A friend brought one of these into the gym yesterday and I am buying one today. It was small and compact yet it held a 60 m rope easily. The sides stay up and it was easy to stack the rope in the bag after every climb.
I have a 10mm / 70 m rope and it fits perfectly. A feature that I was not aware when I bought it is the top poket, you can put your anchors set inside. It was a good surprise. The shoulders straps a confortable as well
The Perfect Rope Bag
If you are new to rock climbing, it's likely that you'll be using another individuals' kit, but when you feel confident enough to start managing your own ropes, we stock a wide array of climbing rope bags in a wide variety of colours.
All good rope bag should come with a ground sheet to keep your rope clean and dirt free. Both bags and buckets are there to keep your rope un-tangled, and make it easy to transport and store your rope and other climbing gear. Our climbing rope bags have adjustable back straps and top pocket for valuables. All climbing rope bags have draw string and closing buckles to keep your rope in place. All orders placed before 4pm will be dispatch same day.