CAMP USA Rox Pack

CAMP USA Rox Pack
CAMP USA Rox Pack
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Rox Pack by CAMP USA
The Camp USA Rox Pack has enough room for everything you need for a full day of sport climbing at the crag. With a 40-liter capacity, this pack can store a 70-meter rope, two pairs of shoes, a harness, a rack of draws, and assorted sundries. It has ventilated shoulder pads and a padded back panel that let you hike to the crag in complete comfort, and you can haul the bag around by the carry handle at the top and two grab handles at the front. The front opens up completely so you can easily grab your second pair of shoes even if they're hiding underneath the rope. The UltraPack HD 156 fabric is super durable in order to withstand the rough and tough cragging lifestyle. There are daisy chains below the grab handles to clip any additional gear that couldn't fit in the pack, and the two mesh pockets are perfect for water bottles, a chalk bag, or some foul-smelling shoes that you don't want to stink up the pack.

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SKU: CMP004K
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