DMM Flight


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Sport Climbing Pack

The DMM Flight is a suitcase style opening crag sack with 45 litre internal capacity. Your rope, helmet and drinks bottle have specific external storage too if you need more space.

An 80m rope can be stored in one half of the Flight wrapped in the rope tarp, or strapped externally on top if more space is needed inside for trad gear. In the other half of the Flight your harness, shoes, chalk bag, etc. can be stored behind a mesh panel (see picture above).

A helmet can be stowed behind a stretch panel on the outside of the sack, the panel itself can be stowed in a zipped pocket at the base to keep things neat and tidy when not required. So there you have it - everything you need for walking into a sports crag. With Airmesh used on the back, padded hip belt and shoulder straps the Flight provides a comfortable carry.

For trad climbing there's capacity for lots of gear if the rope is carried externally as previously mentioned. Two straps at the top are used for this purpose and these tuck away when not required.

The Flight has grab handles on the side and top too for ease of carry.

  • 45 Litre capacity
  • Suitcase style opening
  • Rope tarp
  • Flow Airmesh back system
  • Shoulder straps and padded waistbelt
  • Grab handles for easy carry
  • Quickdraw rack
  • Weight: 1.56Kg


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