Trango - Crag Pack
Technical specifications & features
|Weight||1620 g (3 lbs. 8 oz.)|
|Gender||Men's & Unisex|
|Other Features||Mesh Shoe Pouch keeps your shoes from being smashed inside the pack and lets them breathe between climbs
Mini Tarp provides a clean place to set your gear
Side Access Zipper for quick entry
Guidebook Pocket allows access on the approach without taking the pack off
Titan Wrap fabric keeps the pack upright and adds durability
Two Exterior Straps, perfect for an extra jacket, a helmet, or even an extra rope
25 Mini Waste Liners keep messy trash off your gear
48L Volume and Tapered Shape for stress-free packing – a rope bag easily fits inside!
- Perfect for the weekender.
- If you crag hard, this is the bag for you. Spacious, durable, cheap, holds everything.
- Most convenient bag for cragging
- I've only used the bag three times so far, but I can say that its by far easiest crag bag to load and unload which is an important consideration when constantly packing up to go to the next route. Prior to this bag I was using a Mammut Neon Gear 45 which I found to be just a little on the small side for carrying a full rack and rope, and it often required more careful packing or clipping things to the outside. The three outside pockets are very handy for carrying a water bottle, guidebook, and other essentials during the approach. The frame is pretty comfortable and supportive, but I find it rides a little low on my hips so I probably wouldn't want to carry it fully loaded for approaches much longer than an hour.
- Hands down the best crag pack
- This pack is by far the best crag pack design i've used. I've owned others, including the Arteryx Miura, but the features on this pack are way more beneficial when it comes to actually eliminating many of the annoyances of dealing with gear at the crag. Plus, it carries really well, its durable, and affordable. You can't go wrong with this pack.
Questions & Answers
-a trad rack
Thank you for your question.
That will depend on a number of factors, including the size of your trad rack, rope, food, clothes etc. In general, I have found backpacks in the 50 liter range to be sufficiently sized for a day of trad cragging. The Trango Crag Pack has a 47 liter capacity, which means it will likely fit all the items you have listed.
I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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