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DMM Porter 70L Backpack

DMM Porter 70L Backpack
Item #: 35707
$124.95
The new DMM Porter Rope Bags are essential pieces of equipment for any technician who has to carry gear to a worksite at height. Easy opening top and semi-rigid ‘Equal D’ cylinder shape make it simple in use.
24.4 in. tall, 18.5 gal. volume

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The new DMM Porter Rope Bags are essential pieces of equipment for any technician who has to carry gear to a worksite at height. Easy opening top and semi-rigid ‘Equal D’ cylinder shape make it simple in use. Multiple clipping and racking options help keep dropped object potential to a minimum.
The DMM Porter range of bags have a blow moulded back panel and substantial carry system. They are designed for carrying loads over greater distances than standard bags. The Porter also has a detachable waterproof lid and heavy duty top handles.

24.4 in. tall, 18.5 gal. volume
• Made from heavy duty N500D x 500D Tarpaulin for strength and durability
• Removable waterproof lid
• Draw cord closure
• Reflective piping and logo for night locating
• Daisy chain outside webbing for kit connection
• Interior pocket
• Interior tie off loops to tie rope ends
• Top compression straps for additional kit
• Removable rucksack straps for easy hauling
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 3.08 lb.
Brand DMM
Color Blue
Diameter No
Height 620mm, 24.4"
Reviews

Customer Reviews

great Review by Tyler
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Excellent pack! its more comfy than the largest Sherrill Pack. The blue back foam helps to mute the awkward lumps of the gear on your back. I love the dual top handles. I am only 5'8" and I have sucked all of the shoulder strap slack up already, wish there was more room to tighten. (Posted on 2/17/2014)
Great product Review by Nick
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I love the bag. Straps are comfortable and has good support. Can definitely use for the long walks with all gear inside. Only thing I would like to see is adding a strap to go across your chest to distribute the weight. (Posted on 11/21/2013)