Trango Antidote 25L Rope Bag

Trango Antidote 25L Rope Bag
Trango Antidote 25L Rope Bag
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Antidote 25L Rope Bag by Trango
When your rope is filthy from lying on the dirty ground and tangled from misuse, Trango provides the Antidote Rope Bag. Its oversized tarp gives you a clean surface to store and protect your rope, rack, and draws wherever you climb. Two padded straps allow you to carry this bag as a backpack or shoulder bag when the crag is nearby, or you can remove the straps and slide the bag into your backpack when there's a long hike ahead of you. The window to the tarp lets you see what rope you have in the bag without having to unroll it. A burly construction with metal buckles keeps the bag durable. Red and green tie-off loops keep the rope free from tangles for easy storage.

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SKU: TRG000H
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