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SHERRILLtree XLarge RopeBoss Deluxe Rope & Tool Bag

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SHERRILLtree XLarge RopeBoss Deluxe Rope & Tool Bag
Item #: 32376
$80.95
Holds 500ft of 1/2in rope or saddle, helmet, & 250ft of rope. Makes a great tool bag for pruning, rigging or a chainsaw

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Of all workers utilizing rope in their profession, few are as rough or reach for rope as frequently as arborists. SherrillTree, a leading supplier and innovator of tools for arboriculture now offer this exclusive line of rope & tool protection products for those who appreciate solid and heavy-duty protection for life-safety ropes and gear as well as a perfect tool bag for rigging, pruning and chainsaw gear.

Following extensive research among professional rope users regarding primary wants and needs, SherrillTree formulated this fully functional, outdoor-tough solution for ropes and tools that takes accessible storage to the next logical stratum. Each bag was designed as a versatile approach to a professional line of complete protection like nothing built before. Smart design, tough materials, easy decision.

Made with 1,000 denier high-performance polyester, nearly twice as thick as comparable products. Two long pockets for storing saws, cabling and rigging gear, pruners, etc. Built-in vertical support structure keeps Sherrill bags standing tall–full or empty, wet or dry when other bags collapse. Each have 4 reinforced positions for attaching pack straps for wearing or carabiners for hauling aloft. Two different handle positions provide users with task-oriented grip for optimal ergonomics. High-visibility, reflective trim for safety and quick location at days end. Store your pruning, rigging and chainsaw gear in style with a RopeBoss® Deluxe Rope & Tool Bag!

RopeBoss® Deluxe Rope & Tool Bags offer these additional features:
• Rope can be easily drawn through 25mm (1-inch) access holes that keeps dirt and rain out.
• Ventilation doors allow air circulation while providing quick visual identification of contents without opening the top.
• Heavy-duty #10 zipper on the lid provides maximum access.
• Gaps for tool-holding clips and loops for extra carabiners.
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Additional Information

Weight 3.95 lb.
Brand SHERRILLtree
MPN 32376
UPC Code 850120003036
Reviews

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Great bag. Great price. Review by El diablo blanco
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Great bag. I was able to condense 3 bags into one. The support inserts it comes with makes it stand rigid and upright. Got mine with the backpack straps and it's great, pretty big bag but it needs to be to hold 250ft of rope, lanyards, friction savers, pulleys, helmet and other accessories. Highly recommend if you have to walk your stuff to a tree... which is almost always. (Posted on 3/13/2017)
Lots of space Review by Joshua
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Where has this bag been hiding. It holds my 200' bull rope, ports wrap and dmm pulley. What a kit. (Posted on 3/2/2017)
Awesome Review by Justin
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This bag holds my 150ft climbing line, harness and spikes. Along with my throwbag/line. Zipline kit and all my other climbing goodies. Bag is well made and the perfect size. No complaints here. Really want to check out the carry straps next. (Posted on 1/22/2017)
Grab and go Review by David
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Good bag. Holds my rope, harness and spurs. Good for the grab and go. (Posted on 1/19/2017)
Grab and go Review by David
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Good bag. Holds my rope, harness and spurs. Good for the grab and go. (Posted on 1/19/2017)
Free T-Shirt - Size Medium Review by Jose Gonzalez
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This bag is WORTH every penny ! its very easy to store all your gear, from your saddle - two 300ft Climbing lines, helmet, chaps. etc... its a very resourceful rope bag. (Posted on 1/18/2017)
Recommend Review by DAK
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Rugged, roomy and durable work worthy. This bag is large and strong. This bag will hold all the basic climbing needs and safety equipment. It is capable of packing in a lot of equipment. Built to hold up to a heavy volume of items and plenty of storage slots to fasten on the outside. Nice rope bag.....Recommend..... (Posted on 12/15/2016)
Overall I would purchase this bag again. Review by Jiffyjeff
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Great bag for your gear while still holding your rope. With plastic inserts in, the bag is very large which can cause some difficulty when transporting to the job site. Gear tends to get buried at bottom of bag, forcing you to remove all gear nd ropes to get to items in the bottom. The Dr. bags made from sherill are a more ideal shape to find gear quickly. (Posted on 12/9/2016)
Owner/climber Review by Dan the tree man
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Absolutely love this bag. Rope comes out nicely. I just leave it under the tree so my ground guys can move my rope as needed (cause every time I told them to move it before I got the bag they would always end up making a tangled mess) I only wish that for a little more $ it came with the backpack straps, and came in different colors. (Posted on 2/18/2016)
OK Review by Earl
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This bag is ok. It is good sized and will easily fit a rope harness and helmet but the bag is not rigid enough long term, After awhile the bag will not stand up on its own so you need someone to hold the bag open while you feed the rope in. If I bought this new again I would not hang caribiners etc from the loops on the top of the bag that might help it stay rigid longer. SherrillTree Response: Thank you for your honest review. We will look into the rigidity of the bag. (Posted on 6/14/2015)
Very Satisfied Review by HTC
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Excellent storage, very durable material that doesn't tear from loose spurs bouncing around inside. It would be cool if it included same-brand shoulder straps or offered them as an option. I still totally absolutely the product as is. (Posted on 1/16/2015)
Great Bag Review by Limbwalker
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I've had the bag 3 weeks and am totally satisfied. Room for all my climbing gear and then some. Highly recommend this gear bag. (Posted on 1/11/2015)
Love this! Review by Linda Crowe
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We purchased this for our son as a present to stow his ropes and tree climbing gear. He loves it. And it arrived very promptly. Thank you so much! (Posted on 12/26/2014)
Great Bag Review by Price Tree Service
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Great bag. Can put 150 foot of rope with all the climbing gear. Have 4 full sets and will always buy another one. The only thing I wish they had was different colors in the bags so I can tell who is who's (Posted on 10/19/2014)
Fantastic Bag Review by Jerry
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This is the bag! I have a 200' 3/4" Bull rope stored in it, and it fits perfectly. The loops on the outside of the bag are strong, and there is no worry about a carabiner pulling off. (Posted on 7/28/2014)
Big clean spacious. Review by g
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I got this bag and do like it alot. Plenty of room for all my stuff. My boss has the bucking ham bag that coat 200 and I like mine better. His may be a little thicker and have backpack straps but it's too bulky. The lx fits all my gear and the bag itself it's a great size. All the pouches on the outside and attachment points are great for my pulleys biners loopy and prusiks (Posted on 4/27/2014)
Awsome Bag Review by Ambassador Russell
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Very useful Bag! I like the size of it, very well made bag,and it hold every thing i need to put in it. (Posted on 1/29/2014)
Well Made Review by Phil
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Rugged and lots of useful storage. It easily holds 200' of 3/4" bull rope. A good value. (Posted on 1/26/2014)
Wow!!! Review by Zack L.
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Just finished packing my stuff into this bag. I like the idea of having everything I need in one bag. This thing is awesome! It holds everything I have and more. (Posted on 4/26/2012)
Awsome Review by Erick L
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FREAKIN Awesome. I love this bag, it lets me do what I love to do, take everything I'd ever possibly need. The only issue (which is worth a whole star) is that it doesn't stand on its own very well (empty). Granted something this tall isn't going to stand very easily, and I give credit for it being as good as it is, but once it starts bending at a point, it doesn't stop. Now when it's empty I'm lucky if I can get it to stand up long enough to flake my whole line in without strapping it to something for support. I love this bag, I just wish it would stand at attention better than it does. To be honest I'm tempted to construct some kind of support so that it will stay up, but I don't want to add a whole bunch of weight, as it's already pretty heavy, and I don't want to put too much strain on the backpack part. (Posted on 3/3/2012)
New Bag Design Still Has Issues Review by Steve Connally
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I like the bag. I have had one since they first came out. The first line had issues the the plastic vertical support tearing through the top of the bag. They fixed this with grommets to hold the spines in place. That was great but now they have replaced the plastic with a less rigid version. Now when my bag is half empty it bends over. That never happened with the old bag and I had more stuff hanging on the outside. It is still a good product but it needs a tweak again. If I had known the issues with the new bags I would have kept the old beat up one and not spent the money on the new. (Posted on 10/8/2011)
Great bag Review by Andrew Harden
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I agree with the previous posters, its not great for hiking, and if you overload it, it will start to wear out. Really though, for the money, this bag is the best I've seen. I take all my own climbing and rigging gear to my job daily, so being able to load/unload 2 or 3 bags is quick and easy for me. Plus its easy to organize my gear in them - I have one bag for drt, with two climb lines, my sequioa, biners, redirects, helmet, saw, etc, and one bag for srt or static rope climbing, and one bag with my rigging plates, whoopies and loopies, porta wrap, blocks and pulleys etc. My big rigging lines I store by themselves in cheaper bags, but my employer provides the rigging ropes, so these bags work awesome for me. I highly recommend. (Posted on 7/11/2011)
Good Review by Dave Elliott
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This bag has a lot of storage no doubt about that and it looks bitchin. For that I give it full stars. But listen up if your thinking of getting that back pack add on so you can go on long hikes with it. DONT the backpack add on is horrible for long hikes it does not hold the bag up high enough. You end up fighting it's backward pull. Buckingham makes one that is far superior for long hikes. (Posted on 6/10/2011)
Amazing Bag! Review by Kevin
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This bag is an awesome container for all of my climbing equipment. I have a 150' work rope,150' climbing rope, 200' climbing rope, "floating D" small saddle, 14 Oz throw-ball and 200' line, Zubat 330 handsaw, 10' safety lanyard and room to spare!!!! The pockets on the outside are empty but fit a fuel mix for the chainsaw, chainsaw tool pouch and more. This bag has done more than I thought it could. Everything is contained and easy to keep track of. The rope whole on the top of the bag is useful for keeping the line clean and out of the way of falling branches. It is a little bit of a hassle to curl the rope back in the bag when your done but worth it. I would recommend it if you like to stay organized. I love it!! (Posted on 4/25/2011)
Not the most durable Review by John Zamierowski
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Yes this bag will hold everything you put in it. I have Gecko spikes, Petzl Vertex Vent helmet, Petzl Sequoia Harness, two steel core fliplines, 150' Poison Ivy climbing line, Big Shot Head attachment, 2 Friction Savers, Silky hand saw, and an assortment of runners, beaners, micropulleys, split tails and accessory cord. Every thing I need to climb. This bag will hold a lot and support 70 lbs when loaded right but will not hold together at the seams very well. Before I acquired or had loaded most gear the bag's corner attachments stitching for the backpack accessory loops fell apart and had to bring it to a local canvas shop to restitch. The plastic runners that make the bag rigid poke through the yellow canvas on top after normal tree guy use and the system to hold the clips of the backpack harness onto the bag falls off constantly, which makes for an uneven carry with only two or three points of attachment instead of 4. So it holds what I need and is annoying half the time so I give it 3 stars because if they gave it some minor adjustments it would easily be a 5 star product. (Posted on 4/20/2011)
Slight flaw? Review by Dee
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The storage and all of the gear loops work amazing. The only downside i've had is the sometimes awkard load when hiking into an area. On e day the bag and i went for a ride (not in a fun sense) and the bag got a tear under the main zipper. this is the only part that i think needs reinforced with the whole set up. Worst part i hadn't even owned the bag three weeks when it happened. (Posted on 2/17/2011)
not good for hiking with your gear Review by Sybil
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I use this bag and my climbing gear every day. The bag is tough and I can easily fit my climbing line, saddle, helmet and more inside (XL). I would just caution against it for people that have to hike to their trees as I do. I work in the mountains in slippery conditions and the fact that the backpack system that is available for this bag only connects to the bag with 4 clips means that your load is somewhat unstable on your back and if you loose your footing the weight of the moving load can easily take you down. If you really plan to hike with your tree climbing equipment I would choose a different bag...otherwise its great. (Posted on 2/4/2010)
Wow! Review by Scott Prophett
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Wow! I just finished loading it (the large rope bag) with Delux Fold n hold, Ergovation with full body, 150 of Poison Hi Vee, Zubat and leg scabbard, Small mesh ditty bag with assorted pulleys, slings, Every loop has a biner in it, My helmet, glasses, lanyard, Buck Blocks, Loop runners, and finally a figure 8. My legs almost buckled under the load, and I still had some room to spare. (Posted on 5/18/2009)