Black Diamond Gym Solution Bag

Black Diamond Gym Solution Bag
Black Diamond Gym Solution Bag
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Gym Solution Bag by Black Diamond
Short of dropping your brake hand or trying to place your own cams in the gym training cracks, very few things draw the scorn and dirty looks of climbing gym staff more than dumping out a quart of red sand and pine needles on the pads when you're digging through your crag pack indoors. Keep the gym minions happy and bring the Black Diamond Gym Solution Bag: a carry-it-all answer for your plastic-pulling needs.This isn't the tote to schlep up to the Pipedream Cave in Maple Canyon, but it features an elastic pocket to separate your climbing gear from you rope, a padded shoulder strap, and a burly waterproof fabric that's ideal for rainy day commutes to your local indoor climbing emporium. The zippered exterior pocket fits a phone and belaying glasses swimmingly, and even some sending gummy candies to share with your favorite climbing partner.

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SKU: BLD00NK
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