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LOGIST ICS AND SUPPORT GEAR


PMI® DELUX E ROPE PACK


If you need a bag that holds just about everything (minus a patient), the Deluxe Rope Pack can hold up to that task. This king size bag has all the bells and whistles to store well-loved gear.


Key Features: Roomy rope compartment • Double sewn seams • 1000 denier heavy coated Cordura®


• Drawstring closure • Padded backpack straps • 5/8”


grommet on bottom of bag • 2” webbing carrying handles • 2 Large outside pockets with snap buckle closure • Internal clip-in loop at bottom of bag


Large Weight: 1.4 lbs (635 g) » Width: 10.50” (26.7 cm) » Length: 25.00” (63.5 cm)


Orange RB44002


USA MADE Blue RB44004 Red RB44006 $112.50


ROPE BAGS AND STORAGE


The Deluxe Rope Pack has oversized pockets for storing extra gear.


PMI®


H2-THROW BAG


Lightweight nylon throw bag for creating your own H2-Throw with your PMI rope of choice.


Key Features: Includes foam disc in the bottom for flotation • Grommet at bottom


Weight: 3.3 oz (91 g) » Width: 6.00” (15.2 cm) » Length: 13.00” (33.0 cm)


Orange RB44032


$16.20


PMI®


RIGGERS BAG


Storing gear can be a challenge, and keeping it organized almost impossible........ until now. The PMI®


Key Features: 1000 denier heavy coated Cordura® • 6 zippered compartments • Detachable shoulder strap included • Padded handles • Clear ID holder


Weight: 2.60 lbs (1.180 kg) » Width: 11.00” (27.9 cm) » Length: 24.00” (61.0 cm) » Height: 12.00” (30.5 cm)


Black RB44031


$79.00


Riggers Bag is a soft-sided carrying case. A jumbo main compartment, plus five specially shaped external access pockets keep your hardware separate from your harness, gloves separated from straps, and there is even a special pocket for your helmet.


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