Customer Reviews Of:
Haglofs Roc Speed Climbing Backpack

Closeouts. With a removable framesheet and targeted, high-density foam padding, Haglofs Roc Speed climbing backpack is a feature-packed minimalist for light and fast peak-bagging missions.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jim from Westminster, CO on Monday, August 25, 2014
    I bought this primarily as a rockclimbing pack & it carries a rope, harness, shoes and gear easily.
    Comfortable to carry, even with all that gear on board.
    Well made and looks really nice.
    Only compliant is that it is a top loader only. A zipper for front loading would be nice but it is a minor thing.
    The hydration sleeve is nice to have and my Platypus fits nicely.

    Overall, very happy with this. It should hold up well over time & appears to be well made/durable.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by . from . on Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    Nice product and fast shipping
  • Reviewed by ramzi from Oregon on Monday, December 30, 2013
    I fit all my gear (full rack of c4s to 4, 14 qd's and all the other good stuff) plus helmet and water.
  • Reviewed by Nicky from US on Wednesday, December 4, 2013
    great design and perfect for one day trip's gear and food! The service is very good! I'll buy the other item again.
  • Reviewed by Vivian from NJ on Monday, August 5, 2013
    The quality is superb.
    Meticulously designed.
    The cut is aerodynamic like a race car.
    Minimalist. No ugly hanging parts.
    The loops are tuckable.
    Fits my husband (5'11, 170lbs) better than me (5'1, 115lbs).
    Loaded my usual stuff walked around the block.
    Comfortable and light. Love it. Keeping it.

  • Reviewed by Larry from OR on Monday, April 29, 2013
    I never fail to be amazed at just how much I can stuff into this pack, to the extent that, in many situations, it has usurped a much less generous 32 litre pack I own as my first choice of sack. I can comfortably fit in rock shoes, harness, a rack, waterproof jacket, water and some food and carry a rope for a day multi-pitch cragging on mountain routes. I've also used it for scrambling, winter climbing, walking and as a general day sack. One compromise you usually get with the lighter packs is durability but, so far, this hasn't been an issue with the Roc Speed. It's actually made of pretty robust fabric and has taken a real hammering yet isn't showing any undue signs of wear or tear. However, if you are looking for something really bombproof then you're probably better off looking at something like the Haglöfs Rock Hard pack.
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