Long central daisy chain offers endless attachment points. The end loop of the daisy chain can be used together with the strurdy grab loop to haul the bag.
User-friendly fold and roll closure for waterproof performance. Fold and roll closure allows varied pack height.
Various anchor and gear loops on the inside. The loop next to the internal pocket can be used as a haul loop when the pack is open.
A6 size internal pocket with zipper.
Internal dual compartment rope system for controlled abseiling. The compartment divider is attached by a strip of hook and loop for easy removal.
Transparent external nametag pocket of high quality TPU film.
Includes repair kit with fabric patches and glue.
2 side daisy chains can be used to attach carabiners or pulley (e.g. When abseiling with the 2 chamber rope system)
Clean, well dimensioned single compartment backpack which features a removable divider for conversion to a dual compartment pack. The slim base of the packsack ensures a close fit, superb load control and freedom of movement when wearing a helmet. Outstanding load transfer at all times, even when the pack is only partially full.
The shoulder harness can be stowed behind the padded back panel when not in use to prevent snagging. Durable metal buckle withsatands abuse.
Body contact padded back system.
The Work & Rescue Pack 50 is a lightweight, waterproof work pack for professionals. It is reduced to the essentials and was designed specifically for rope-access work.
The roll-top closure not only reliably protects against rain, but also ensures quick access to the main compartment and easy loading with its generous opening. Inside, you'll find a removable 2-rope chamber system as well as various gear and tie-in loops. Three clever front and side daisy chains provide additional attachment options.
The padded back makes the Work & Rescue Pack extremely comfortable to carry. The hip belt is removable and the shoulder straps can be stowed behind the back panel.
The PFC-free fabric with a water column of 10,000 mm protects against the elements.