DMM Flight Sport Crag Pack

Sku: dmm-flightsprtcrag-grn


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Walking in to a sun drenched sport climbing sector with everything you need for a day of climbing, and hopefully a big send requires the perfect combination of rope bag and rucksack. The flight is designed to hold and 80m rope and its detachable tarp, a full rack of draws for those 40m enduro pitches, fuel for the day, boots, chalk, brushes, tape and guidebooks. Once it is full you have the option of deploying the hidden top attachment straps for extra ropes or using the stretch shield to accommodate a helpmet or a belay jacket. The sack opens on three sides to give clear access for gearing up, and by grabbing the side handles, it makes moving from route to route quick and easy. The overall dimensions comply with airline maximum carry on allowances for the getaway flight to new areas, and the two zipped valuables pockets keep your essentials safe.
  • Sport climbing crag sack
  • Comfortable and quick drying carrying system with padded waist belt
  • Easy loading shell construction
  • Sized for 80m rope + crag essentials
  • Optional attachment points for extra/bulky items

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  • How long have you owned this product? 12 months
  • What is your outdoor experience level? Intermediate
  • How did this product fit? True to size

Zipper failure inside of 12 months

This was my 2nd "crag bag", replacing my Mammut Neon Gear 45 which survived 2.5 years of cragging 2-5 times a week until the waist buckle finally failed (probably could have replaced it myself but thought id try a new bag). I really liked the way the DMM Flight bag opened all the way up, the padded waist belt, and the color and design aesthetic was nice. Unfortunately, the exposed main zipper is a serious design flaw, because it began to show abrasion wear within just a couple months of purchase, and completely failed inside of 12 months. When I contacted DMM about this issue, they made it sound like I had been "dragging" my pack on the ground between crags. But I've never done that. At most I have dropped my bag on the ground after a long approach. A crag bag that can't handle that little abuse is flawed in my opinion. DMM stated in their e-mail that they were aware of the flaw and have since updated the bag's zipper design, but offered no assistance or repair to me. I'd steer clear.

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