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LOGIST ICS AND SUPPORT GEAR


PMI® PVC GEAR PACK


Rugged PVC Gear Pack is just right for transporting hardware, pre-rigged systems, and other heavy gear. Durable material holds up better than other materials in harsh industrial, cave, or mountain environments.


Key Features: PVC Material • Roll down and buckle closure • Reinforced bottom for extra protection • 2” webbing backpack straps with adjustable buckles • Haul loop


Small Weight: 1.36 lbs (617 g) » Width: 10.00” (25.4 cm) » Length: 15.00” (38.1 cm)


Yellow RB44034


$42.00


Large Weight: 1.68 lbs (762 g) » Width: 10.00” (25.4 cm) » Length: 21.00” (53.3 cm)


Red RB44039


USA MADE $46.00


ROPE BAGS AND STORAGE


GEAR BUCKE T This new PMI®


Gear Bucket can hold all of your gear and literally stand up to the test. Plastic reinforced stays keep the bucket upright while stacking your rope inside. Semi-rigid sides make it great for feeding line throwing devices right from the bag with minimal drag on the line.


Key Features: Store gloves, pulleys, cord, even snacks in the outside mesh pockets with Velcro closures • Holds up to 70 m (230 ft) of 11 mm; 46 m (150 ft) of 12.5 mm; or 30 m (100 ft) of 16 mm rope


Weight: 1.45 lbs (658 g) » Width: 11.00” (27.9 cm) » Length: 14.00” (35.6 cm)


Red RB44049


USA MADE $51.50


EAGLE TACT ICAL ROPE BAG A staple of tactical teams, this Cordura®


rope bag can be strapped to the


rappeller’s leg or worn at the waist while on rappel. Rope feeds directly into a descender and does not hang below the rappeller to announce his arrival.


Key Features: Stow away straps can be adapted for shoulder, waist, or leg suspension of the bag • Leg strap for rappel


Standard Weight: 1.13 lbs (513 g) » Width: 8.00” (20.3 cm) » Length: 15.00” (38.1 cm)


Black RB44007


$102.75


Large Weight: 1.25 lbs (567 g) » Width: 8.00” (20.3 cm) » Length: 20.00” (50.8 cm)


Black RB44008


USA MADE $106.75


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ROPE BAGS AND STORAGE


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