Omega PacificDirtbag Draw Rack Pack - 6 Pack

Nothing like an affordable six – pack.

Beef up your rack quickly on a low budget with the Omega Pacific Dirtbag Quickdraw Six Pack. Omega Pacific offers the classic ease of use and reliability of the straight- and bent-gate combo as well as true rope radius in the biners to reduce wear and tear. OP throws in a free locking biner and you have a deal.

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"I got you"

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

is what I felt when I first picked these up.

They are a weight that instills confidence in you to go for it because you know that these old school draws are bomber. I didn't feel weighed down when I had 10 or less on my gear loops, but these are definitely heavy compared to the pricier options. The bottom carabiner stays in place because the dyneema is stitched pretty tight. I would definitely whip on these all day. Great value. Would recommend.

Beater

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

There is a reason that these draws are called dirtbags. If you want a set of draws that will make no excuses for the way they look and smell, will constantly crash on your couch and claim they are "between places" and regularly dumpster dive for groceries these are your guys. They are cheap, heavy, clunky and they will not make any excuses for you not sending your latest project. But when you are deciding been groceries and some draws these are a great compromise.

They are however widely know, incredible durable and almost every climber's first nostalgic set of draws. So if you are that smelly hippy trying to find your first pair of get it done draws that won't break the bank these are the time tested set with your name on it.

Flat out awesome quickdraw

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'm a novice climber, and these quickdraws are the first pack I've bought. But I love them. They're a solid product and a great price. I'd recommend these to anyone.

Took the hipster out of selecting biners

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

No nonsense set of biners. Didn't have to try to figure out which color is cheaper, or anything ridiculous like that. Definitely heavier than my old black diamond set, but I like the lack of a rubber liner to the draw. The draws are heavier duty than my other set and lay nicely on the biner all on their own without the rubber. These are bomber.

Solid, but heavy!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I knew going into my purchase that these were far heavier than the competition, but I am not complaining. I was new to lead climbing and the added bulk made for higher confidence in these draws. They are well built and ultra reliable. Despite not having a rubber grommet on the rope side biner, the dyneema is stitched so tight, it does not flip. These are still on my rack and still get used, but I have graduated to a lighter wire gate (still OP) as my main draws now.

Solid, but heavy!

Hey Aalendi! Awesome review and welcome to the Backcountry Community!

More than a bag of dirt

    They're basic, to be sure. They are indoubitably heavier than the majority of quickdraws on the market and they certainly don't look very pretty.
    But, they preform very well. Although there is no rubber gasket to keep the bottom carabiner in place, the loop holding it is more than tight enough to compensate. The solid gates are exactly that, solid, And I've taken a number of falls on them from varying height without worry.
    A fellow climber of mine called the omega pacific carabiners "iconic," and there are certainly good reasons for that.

    Overall, I highly recommend them for the price, particularly if you practice single or short multi pitch sport for the majority of your climbing.
    If you're looking to swell your trad rack without shredding any more of hard earned money, just be aware that they'll keep your harness heavier than they'll keep your wallet.

    Do these draws have the rubber grommet in...

    Do these draws have the rubber grommet in the sling to keep the biners in place?

    nope

    They don't, but one side is really tight so it doesn't move much at all.

    recommended

      They work great and got them for awsome price on backcountry, comming with an extra locking biner is great too.