Black Diamond Full Rope Bag Burrito

Retailers' Descriptions

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The Black Diamond Full Rope Burrito is the solution for your crag rope management. Perfectly burritoing your cord, it easily opens and closes, with easy-to-grab handles and a built-in rope tarp. The Full Rope Burrito snuggly fits a 70-meter cord, making crag sessions that much easier. Fits a half length rope Color coded rope tie-in points Built-in rope tarp Easy grab handles Elastic opening

- Bentgate.com

Black Diamond Climb Full Rope Bag Burrito -Black BD630150BLAKALL1. Perfectly burritoing your cord it easily opens and closes with easy-to-grab handles and a built-in rope tarp. The Full Rope Burrito snuggly fits a 70-meter cord making crag sessions that much easier.

- CampSaver.com

The big brother to the Black Diamond Little Burrito, the Full Rope Burrito manages your 70m rope, making it easy to shove into your pack without a mess.

- REI

The Black Diamond Full Rope Burrito is a bag for carrying a 70m rope or smaller. Pack it up and get to the rock. Once you arrive, the bag lays out, preventing your rope from touching the dirty ground. When it's time to go, pack 'er up, stuff it all into your pack and it'll be ready for another day. Features of the Black Diamond Full Rope Burrito Fits a full 70m length rope Color coded rope tie-in points Built-in rope tarp Easy grab handles Elastic opening

- Moosejaw

What's a climber's favorite post-climb treat' A big, fat guacamole-loaded recovery burrito, of course. And what's a climber's least favorite pre-climb treat' Untangling an incomprehensible pile of knotted climbing rope. Bring a bit of that post-climb goodness to your pre-climb ritual with the Black Diamond Full Rope Burrito Bag. Weighing in at a mere 12 ounces, this rope-management miracle features color-coded rope tie-in points and easy-grab handles to keep cords up to 70 meters organized and ready to rock from the moment you pull it from your climbing pack to when you shove it back into the depths. The elastic opening and built-in rope tarp keeps excess dirt off your rope, keeping your mangy paws cleaner for grasping warm tortillas.

- Backcountry.com

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