Transport your climbing ropes and other climbing equipment with ease using today’s best climbing gear bags, now at SGT KNOTS.
More About Climbing Gear Bags
AT SGT KNOTS, we make it simple to shop today’s high-quality climbing gear, like climbing bags! Whether you’re a first-time climber or you have hundreds of climbs under your belt, our selection of rope bags are the tried, tested, and true products climbers trust to keep their gear safe and organized.
The Kong Rope Bag
For a rough and ready rope bag for easy carry and retrieval of your ropes and climbing equipment, look no further than the Kong Rope Bag. This climbing bag features padded shoulder straps for comfortable carrying and an angled closing flap with a ring for suspension for easy access to ropes and equipment. The drawstring closure and rapid clip are made of ultra-durable nylon for added strength and durability.
This climbing backpack also includes a transparent side pocket for a nameplate label and an interior pocket with a zipper for storing small tools. Made of extremely durable PVC, this backpack also has a reinforced bottom with slotted holes for breathability.
Armbury Juven Rope Bag
On the hunt for a lightweight, tarp-integrated waterproof rope bag? The Juven rope bag is our top pick! This rope climbing bag is designed to carry an 80m rope without fear of knots or tangles. The bag folds out into a large tarp to protect your lifeline from ropes and dust. When you’re on the ground, use this rope climbing bag to keep shoes or personal belongings off the ground.
How to Pack a Climbing Backpack
If you are new to climbing, there are a few tips and tricks you should keep in mind regarding how to pack your new climbing gear bag. When considering equipment, take with you the things you absolutely need. This includes things like first aid, climbing guides, and climbing equipment.
When packing your climbing bag, put your lightest items on the bottom. Next, pack your slightly heavier items, including harnesses and Climbing Slings. Then comes your heavy climbing equipment, including traditional climbing equipment. Avoid placing any hard or metal objects where they can touch your back, instead of packing them on the sides. Next, put your food and snacks on the sides where you can easily access them. Place your helmet right on top and attach your rope to the outside of your backpack with your rope straps.
All Climbers Welcome at SGT KNOTS
Shop SGT KNOTS today to find the best climbing bags, rope, and essentials for every way you like to reach new peaks. For more information or inspiration, check out the SGT KNOTS Blog. Want to brush up on your knot-tying skills or find the next best rope for your climbing excursion? Our Knot Tutorials and Ropes Guide can help!