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In need of a new kit bag. Really like the look and idea of the Courant cross pro kit bag but slap me and call me little miss Daisy if I'm going to spend that much on a kit bag.

 

What's the best out there or are there any similar to the courant that I won't have do an entire day of contacting to be able to afford?

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Good bags I have the old one and it’s still got intact after three years of being over loaded ... can’t say that for many kit bags I’ve had over the years.

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The cross-pro is the nuts, Rich Rule has one, and it ticks every box apart from price.

I bought one of these a few years back and haven’t regretted it.

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2 minutes ago, MattyF said:

Good bags I have the old one and it’s still got intact after three years of being over loaded ... can’t say that for many kit bags I’ve had over the years.

I’ve heard you’ve overloaded some old bags over the years.

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Got the Courant here. It keeps over a grands worth of kit safe and organized so can't complain. Very comfy to carry on your back and it's nice not to search around the bottom of your bath amongst saw dust and fag packets for the kit you need.

 

Only downside is that if you're hopping from one job to the next as per LA contacts it's a pain packing and unpacking your kit, might as well chuck it in loose. 

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I've got this 45l edelrid one.
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Super comfy, not broken it in 5 years, zips all good. Pretty water proof, plenty pockets and layers. Had all my climbing kit inc spikes throwbacks silky harness cambium savers etc etc in it apart from rope, which lives in a separate rope bag.

Mint when you have a long haul and you have a comfy bag.

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I actually have my ‘normal’ climbing kit, minus spikes, in a small DMM rucksack which lives in the deployment bag.

Most times I just grab this and leave all the expensive shite I thought I’d need but don’t really in the big bag.

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11 hours ago, Mark Bolam said:

The cross-pro is the nuts, Rich Rule has 🚘one, and it ticks every box apart from price.

I bought one of these a few years back and haven’t regretted it.

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I have one of these that I use for holidays. :$ Good bag and looks smart enough for hotels etc.

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I’ve just bought one of these as I wanted a bag that’d fit in my equipment locker on the Landy.

Sturdy material, fits in harness , spikes, throw bag cube , 2 pruning saws and flip line. (With a bit of jiggling)

For the money it’s pin on .

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The cross-pro is the nuts, Rich Rule has one, and it ticks every box apart from price.
I bought one of these a few years back and haven’t regretted it.
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I had this one but only got 18 months out of it.

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