Shuttle from the car to the crag.

Not all approaches are equal; some are long and treacherous, others are short and pleasant. Mammut's Neon Shuttle 30L Backpack is for the latter. Although it's still totally appropriate for hauling climbing gear for miles, the city-worthy style doubles as a tote bag if you're at a roadside crag or climbing gym—there's even a carry handle at the side so you don't have to use the shoulder straps. Inside the pack, there are loops that keep all your quickdraws in a row; outside, there's a rope strap large enough to secure two climbing ropes.

  • Modern style and climbing-specific features make a crag-worthy pack
  • 30L capacity good for single racks, quickdraws, and climbing gear
  • Top access flap with rope strap large enough for two climbing ropes
  • Internal quickdraw loops and zippered pocket provide succinct organization
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    Seems like a great pack. I got it to carry my Outcast Trinity float tube and it fits perfectly.