Metolius El Cap Haulbag


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The biggest haulbag we can get our chalky, ripped up hands on. If your wall will take you 3 days or longer, this is the one for you. Features a waterproof closure at the top.

  • Haul bags don't get any tougher
  • The main seam is RF welded, forming a leak-proof seal that is stronger than the fabric itself
  • All structural stitching is covered with 3" webbing and re-stitched
  • River-bag-style closure
  • Well-padded, ergonomically-cut suspension system tucks away in seconds for hauling
  • Virtually indestructible, custom aluminum buckles throughout
  • Dual, top compression straps
  • Offset haul points
  • 3 Internal gear loops
  • Zippered internal stash pocket
  • Drain hole
  • Under bag haul points: 1.3 kN (300 lbf)
  • 37" tall x 18" dia. plus 16" collar (940 mm x 457 mm plus 406 mm)
  • 9600 cu. in. (157 L)
  • 8 lbs. (3.6 kg)


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