Arc'teryx Haku Rope Bag

Priced: $68.95 - $69.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Arc'teryx Haku Rope Bag
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When you care enough to invest in your own climbing rope, you want to take care of it right. With the Arc'teryx Haku rope bag stashing climbing rope has never been easier. The Haku is made from a sleek and durable nylon ripstop. The adjustable shoulder strap and innovative funnel design makes transportation a breeze and the integrated tarp keeps your cord out of the dirt.

Fit:

  • Fits a standard 60 meter rope

Fabric:

  • N210r-HT nylon 6,6 ripstop N210p-HT nylon 6,6
  • Nylon ripstop is sleek and durable

Straps:

  • Adjustable shoulder strap makes the bag easy to carry
  • One compression strap
  • Internal carry strap for quick transport between climbs

Features:

  • RollTop™ closure
  • Prevents ropes from accumlating dirt and debris
  • Funnel loading system makes it easy to pack the rope into the main compartment
  • Tarp and bag are one system
  • Unique funnel design makes packing the rope fast for easy transport between climbs
  • Integrated tarp keeps your cord out of the dirt
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SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Haku Rope Bag.

Backcountry.com
 You already tote your kit in a sleek Arc'teryx pack, so it makes since you'd stash your cord in the Haku Rope Bag. The unique design funnels rope into the bucket for easy packing and the adjustable shoulder strap makes for easy transport.

SummitHut.com

The Arc'Teryx Haku Rope Bag is a simple, functional system for carrying ropes to and from climbs. Designed with a hole in the center to funnel rope through to the bucket, the tarp can be picked up and quickly folded for transport.


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Keep dirt and debris away from your line and preserve the life of your rope with the fast and easy to use Haku Rope Bag from ARCTERYX.
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Carrying Options:Shoulder Strap
Dimensions:Ground Sheet (polyurethane coated): 4 x 4 inches
Fabric:210D nylon ripstop
Material:210D nylon 6.6 ripstop
Weight:14.4 oz / 408.8 g
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Arc'teryx Haku Rope Bag Reviews:

Reviews:

After the discontinuation of the Pali rope bag I was despondant. I wanted a bag that perfectly nested into my Miura 50, but alas there was nothing for me.
Now that the Haku has come out I am psyched. I ended up getting two of these since my girlfriend also has a Miura 50 and we own a lot of ropes.
First it fits very well into the bottom of the Miura 50 vertically if you have a 70+m rope in there and horizontally if you have a 60m or a very thin cord.
The design is ingenious. When you start climbing the rope feeds out of the bag like a rope bucket and once the pitch is done the whole thing sits neatly on the tarp. When its time to move or pack up you just pick up the corners of the tarp and poof the rope drops into the bag via a "trap door" which keeps it flaked and ready to be dispensed once more. The bag also has a convenient shoulder strap so you can walk it over to the base of the next rig with ease.
When you are totally done just pick it up, the rope drops in, stuff in the tarp, and roll the thing dry bag style. Slick and easy. I'm glad the Pali has a venerable heir.

Arthur Debowski at Backcountry.com on 02/01/2013

So far, I've only been using this in the gym. As expected, the past 2.5 months of 3 days a week climbing hasn't made a dent in the way this thing looks or functions.
I wish the tarp were a bit bigger as it would make it easier to keep the rope on the bag when pulling it down.
I've also found that i tend just grab the bag via the tarp and carry it that way as opposed to actually packing it back in when quickly moving from one wall to another in the gym, it manages this just fine except that i occasionally find myself tripping over the straps, i kind of wish there were a cleaner way to keep the straps closer to the bag (when the tarp side is up, the straps for closing the bag are towards the ground).
Overall I'm happy with the purchase and would recommend to others.

Ryan Davis at Backcountry.com on 10/28/2013

Great innovation

It's actually amazing that nobody thought of this innovation before. For Seattle area climbers: Perfect rope bag for WWI and Index. It's much easier to move rope between climbs and carry it without tripping while scrambling over the ledge by the Chronic. Maybe I'm overly lazy but just picking up the corners of the bag and having the rope plop itself into the tarp is pretty awesome.
Jonah at Mountain Gear on 05/05/2013

The Arc'teryx Haku ropebag is perfect for hanging out around the crag. If you plan on moving around, just dumping the rope in the bucket is simple and easy. Fits a 70 meter rope easily and packs down to a nice size to fit at the bottom of a backpack. For your next rope bag, make Haku your choice.

Nick Shuey at Backcountry.com on 07/06/2013

Awesome

Best rope bag on the market. Move route to route in seconds. Worth every penny.
Nhartman at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 06/06/2013