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Metolius Express Haul Pack

Metolius Express Haul Pack
Item #: 33385
$118.95
Each simple and clean design has comfortable shoulder straps and padded waist belt, rain-tight lid with (interior) zip pocket and unbreakable closure buckle, two 3-slot daisy chains and is skinned with super-durable Durathane fabric. 2,380 cu. in., wt 2 lb. 10 oz., 21.5 × 15 × 9 in.

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Constant innovation is what we respect about this leader in the rock-climbing arena. Designed for climbing, Metolius Haul Packs are perhaps the single toughest rope-hauling pack on the market—and the bar by which SherrillTree measures all others. Each simple and clean design has comfortable shoulder straps and padded waist belt, rain-tight lid with (interior) zip pocket and unbreakable closure buckle, two 3-slot daisy chains and is skinned with super-durable Durathane fabric.

2,380 cu. in., wt 2 lb. 10 oz., 21.5 × 15 × 9 in
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 3.00 lb.
Brand Metolius
Color No
Diameter No
Height 21.5"
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Comfort and quality in a bag Review by PinkElephantInTheRoom
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I was looking for a pack to carry bull rope and pulley supplies back into the woods for skidding out trees. Of primary importance was comfort - carrying all that weight (esp. when it is 110 degrees in the summer). The pack is quality - period. I thought this pack would hold all my supplies, but it doesn't. This bag is full to the top with 150' of 3/4" bull rope. I am buying a second pack to carry additional supplies. The sides of the pack are stiff and rigid and won't collapse while loading rope. The waist belt is built like a quality hiking pack and causes the weight of the pack to be carried on the hips and not the shoulders. Undo the waist belt and you will feel the intensity of the weight all on your shoulders. Quit looking and buy this pack - it is worth every dollar! (Posted on 10/15/2012)