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The Arc'teryx Haku is a simple, functional rope bag with an integrated tarp and unique loading system that makes it easy to pack the rope into the main compartment for fast, easy transport.
The Haku Rope Bag from Arc'teryx is a simple, functional rope bag with integrated tarp and a unique loading system that makes it easy to pack the rope into the main compartment for fast easy transport between climbs.
Award Winner - National Geographic Adventure Gear of the Year Award 2013 Features of the Arcteryx Haku Rope Bag Tarp and bag Are one system Prevents ropes from accumulating dirt and debris Unique funnel design makes packing the rope fast for easy transport between climbs Prevents ropes from accumulating dirt and debris Tarp and bag integrated into a single system for ease of use Shoulder strap and webbing handle for easy transport Internal carry strap for quick transport between climbs Funnel loading system makes it easy to pack the rope into the main compartment Two colour coordinated rope tie in loops
Keep dirt and debris away from your line and preserve the life of your rope with the fast and easy to use Haku Rope Bag from ARCTERYX. This undemanding rope bag and tarp was designed to be used as a single system for easy pack-up and transport. The center funnel hole ensures that your entire rope will quickly and effortlessly slide into the bag by just lifting the corners of the tarp.
- Mountain Gear
Simple functional system for carrying ropes to/from climbs. Designed with a hole in the center to funnel rope through to the bucket, meaning the tarp can be picked up and quickly folded for transport. Features: Tarp and bag are one system Prevents ropes from accumulating dirt and debris Unique funnel design makes packing the rope fast for easy transport between climbs