Patagonia designed the Linked Pack to move with you while climbing day-long multi-pitches. The Linked has enough room for water, lunch, and layers, and Patagonia added gear loops to attach the cams and draws you don't need for the next pitch. The Linked also has a top strap for your climbing rope, and this top-loader features a drawcord closure that's easy to open on hanging belays. Reinforced haul handles let you drag the Linked behind you on chimney pitches, and the hydration sleeve includes a port for your hose. Patagonia made the Linked out of water-resistant fabrics, burly Ballistic reinforcements, and Cordura for the long-lasting durability that climbing walls call for.
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