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It's always a question of whether you should bring a tarp to protect your climbing rope from dirty crags, but if you have the Edelrid Caddy Light Rope Bag the answer is always yes. It still features the same unique closure as the Caddy, but the bag in the center of the tarp makes for easy rope cleaning. Despite accommodating ropes as long as 80 meters, the Caddy Light maintains a light weight and compact size for minimalist packing. Four tie-in points make it difficult for your rope to knot up, and the padded shoulder strap adjusts for customized comfort.
Edelrid Climb Caddy Light Rope Bag-Icemint 721150003290. Let the Caddy Light make putting your rope away easy after a difficult climb.
Lightweight version of Edelrid's tried-and-tested Caddy rope bag made of ripstop nylon.
- Summit Hut
The Edelrid Caddy Rope Bag is pretty freaking cool for all those who are fed up doing the butterfly and mountaineering coil. Simply stack the rope onto the tarp and lift up by the four tie-in corners and the rope naturally slides into the flexible cylinder located in the center. A great way to store your rope clear of dirt, dust, and debris, and more importantly, an easier way to setup and break down at the end a long day. No more coiling baby.
- Mountain Gear
This lightweight version of the tried-and-tested Edelrid Caddy Rope Bag keeps your rope packed away conveniently in the middle of the tarp for organized storage.