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Black Diamond Super Chute Rope Bag FEATURES of the Black Diamond Super Chute Rope Bag Barrel compression straps with metal buckles Two internal tie-in loops Adjustable courier-style shoulder strap Funnel or traditional roll-loading Holds ropes up to 80 m
Black Diamond redesigns the rope bag with an awesome twist in the Super Chute Rope Bag. Allowing you to pack rope in a jiff, this bag makes all of the torture of dealing with rope a piece of granite cake. PRODUCT FEATURES: Barrel compression straps with metal buckles Two internal tie-in loops Adjustable courier-style shoulder strap Funnel or traditional roll-loading Holds ropes up to 80 m Tarp dimensions: 126 x 146 cm (4 x 5 ft) Volume: 25 L (1,525 cu in) Average Stock Weight: 490 g (1 lb 1 oz)
- Appalachian Outdoors
Take a traditional rope bag design and add an innovative funnel-shaped rope tarp for super-easy loading and you have the Black Diamond Super Chute Rope Bag.
Taking a traditional rope bag design and adding an innovative funnel-shaped rope tarp for super-easy loading, the Black Diamond Super Chute combines simplicity with practicality. Barrel compression straps and a courier-style shoulder strap allow for compact, comfortable carrying to and from the crag with up to an 80 m rope, and two internal tie-in points expedite rope management.
- Mountain Gear
Black Diamond designed the Super Chute Rope Bag to get thick, 80m climbing ropes packed away in no time. The integrated tarp's funnel shape lets you slide your rope down into the bag for a quick-and-easy solution to time-consuming roll-ups. Two internal tie-in loops prevent tangles while packed, and Black Diamond added an adjustable shoulder strap for easy travel. Two metal buckles secure your rope inside so you don't have it dangling behind you on the way to the crag.