/ Recommend me a rope bag please

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ow arm - on 17 Dec 2013
Ive not got a rope bag and am planning on doing both trad and sport, not looking for anything fancy, just something that looks after the rope and wont cost a fortune.
Thanks.
deepsoup - on 17 Dec 2013
In reply to owena:
> just something that looks after the rope and wont cost a fortune.

Ah, you'll be wanting the classic budget option then? :O)
http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/catalog/products/17228340/
GridNorth - on 17 Dec 2013
In reply to owena:

The DMM Pitcher is a good all rounder and less than 25.00
Choss on 17 Dec 2013
In reply to deepsoup:

> Ah, you'll be wanting the classic budget option then? :O)


Probably Britains most popular rope bag.

ow arm - on 17 Dec 2013
In reply to Choss:
Ive used one of these but unfortunately its not waterproof so just sat on wet ground its not going to do much, my rope has a drysheath but im looking for something a tad better than the budget classic thanks :)


what about the Psychi?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Psychi-Climbing-Ground-Buckles-Straps/dp/B00C09NE3E/ref=sr_1_3?s=sports&ie=U...
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ow arm - on 17 Dec 2013
In reply to owena:

Thanks for the suggestion - i happened to pass cotswold and they had a DMM pitcher in, nice one
trueuk1 - on 17 Dec 2013
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GridNorth - on 17 Dec 2013
In reply to owena:

It may sound silly and perhaps over-egging what is really a simple thing but you need to think how you will use it. Some are good for carrying just a rope, others will hold much more. Some are good over the shoulder, others as a rucksack. Others are best when you want to roll up and stash in a rucksack. The DMM will allow all of these features but is possibly a compromise for each one.

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