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Petzl KLIFF Rope/Crag Bag

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Product Information

Rope bag for sport climbing

Designed for sport climbing, the KLIFF rope bag accommodates essential climbing gear (harness, quickdraws, shoes...), plus ropes up to 100 m. The opening system is practical, offering quick access to gear without having to lay the back panel on the ground. Once in place, the removable tarp creates a place for protecting the rope. The adjustable foam shoulder straps make the approach more comfortable.

A sport climbing pack complete with integrated rope tarp
- 36 liter volume, stows up to100 m of rope, as well as all other climbing gear (harness, quickdraws, shoes...)
- durable, abrasion-resistant exterior fabric

Practical and easy to use:
- large zippered opening and hook on the back, protects the back panel from ground contact and dirt
- quick access to equipment when the bag is on the ground
- detachable protective tarp provides a 140 x 140 cm clean area for the rope
- four corner handles, two using differentiating colors for easy rope end identification
- two internal handles facilitate rope storage
- zippered pocket provides quick access to topo map, phone, keys...
- external handle for easy carrying

Comfortable carry:
- adjustable foam shoulder straps
- sternum strap keeps the shoulder straps in place

Volume: 36 liters
Weight: 750 g
Material(s): polyester fabric and straps, aluminum hook

References S010AA00 S010AA01
Color(s)       gray red     orange
Volume        36 liters     36 liters

Our Reviews

Yes! It handles 100m of 11mm static!

I was looking for a cost-effective way of carting around 100m of 11mm static so I thought I'd try out the Petzl Kliff Rope Bag. I was really happy with my purchase and it did exactly what I wanted. It's comfortable to carry, packs neatly and it's really handy having the pull-out sheet to keep the rope out of the dust and dirt when laying it out or managing the excess after setting up. It's not designed for hauling, so I won't be using it for that, but for everything else I think it's going to work out well.