Black Diamond Rope Bucket


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A hanging rope bag designed for big walling but equally handy on sea cliffs.
Originally designed by Black Diamond for keeping ropes organised on big wall belays, our staff and customers have found this rope bag very useful in Pembroke and other sea cliff locations where you are abseiling in to a hanging belay. Simply feed the rope in at the top of the cliff, zip up the side panel and sling it over your shoulder. Once at the belay, using the two clipping points to hang it on the wall, unzip and the rope should feed out nice and smoothly. When you have finished leading the second can just throw the now empty bag over their shoulder and climb out. No more belay mess as you fight to keep your ropes out of the water.
Will hold two 60m half ropes (bit of a squeeze) or one 60m single rope.


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