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Stubby 35 Haul Bag

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Ideal for light hauling on done-in-a-day walls or as a small secondary bag on longer missions, the Stubby Haul Bag is the smallest of our haul bags. READ MORE
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Ideal for light hauling on done-in-a-day walls or as a small secondary bag on longer missions, the Stubby Haul Bag is the smallest of our haul bags. Learn More

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Ideal for light hauling on done-in-a-day walls or as a small secondary bag on longer missions, the Black Diamond Stubby Haul Bag is the smallest of our haul bags. The Stubby's super-durable, vinyl-laminated nylon takes season after season of abuse, and the EVA foam padded straps and hipbelt stow away when you're ready to haul.

  • Tough vinyl-laminated nylon fabric
  • Tuck-away straps and removable padded hipbelt
  • Zippered pocket and double-walled skirt

Tech Specs

Weight :   1.81 kg (3 lb 15 oz)
Dimensions :   27 x 33 x 66 cm (10.6 x 13 x 26 in)
Volume :   35 L (2136 cu in)
Stubby 35 Haul Bag is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough and Versatile We have used this for rappels. You can fit 4 helmets and harnesses in it for a group or hold a 300' rope with extra gear. Have used it on ATV access areas in mud and dirt, design makes it easy to stow on ATV and keeps the contents clean and dry. Was dubious about the pack straps, but they actually work and were more comfortable than anticipated on a few hour hike. Free standing design with stiff sides make it easy to fill. Everything seems built to last years of hardships. Not waterproof, but if you throw a plastic bag over the top in a storm, the contents stay dry.
Date published: 2015-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good bag This thing is pretty awesome! I can simply toss my gear into it and head to the crag, or haul light loads to ledge camps. It's like a little gear dumpster. It carries well as a pack and can take a pretty good beating. All around good pack. The only drawback is the sternum strap is elastic, so you may want to think about changing that once you get it. I like it when my straps don't stretch too much, especially on the approach when I have the little haul bag filled to the gills with beer.
Date published: 2015-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome, well-rounded I bought this pack because a few coworkers recommended it to me for guiding. This is my go-to pack whenever I go climbing (sometimes even when I go to the gym!) and it fits everything you could need unless you're going to spend the night on the wall or something. My only issue is that if it is raining super heavily, the pack sometimes acts like a bucket and I have found upwards of five inches of standing water in it! So keep your phone in a plastic bag just in case. On a long guiding day where you may have a rack and a large first-aid kit, layers, food/water, etc. You may need to strap the rope to the outside, but I have found that if you turn the hip-belt around and clip it around the pack, you can strap the rope down around it. A simple NRS strap or something could also do the trick. Overall, an awesome piece of gear that I would recommend in a heartbeat to anyone.
Date published: 2017-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for engineering/accessing boulder-problems I mean that in more ways than one! Just moving naturally or deliberately cleaved slabs and boulders to access climbing boulder-problems is a challenge requiring sequential, incremental leveraging, lifting, and releasing. Often enough, wearing a helmet is pointless— when and where being crushed is the potential to be avoided! I've used this pack for hauling chains, winch, hard-rock mining tools, a hydraulic jack and the usual alpine hardware to develop granite bouldering spots inconspicuously in the foothills and high-country around Santa Fe. It's the only pack that is constructed and sized for portaging compact, awkward and painfully heavy hardware making it possible to move 500~2000 pound granite blocks (slowly and carefully). My only complaint is that the flap designed to keep the shoulder straps from shredding (when hauling) chafes the nape and upper shoulder area, so I trimmed the flap just enough to fix the issue. Made of nearly indestructible dirt-colored haul-bag material.
Date published: 2016-03-05
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