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Shot Pack

$49.95

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The 16-liter Shot is built for a climber’s day in the vertical.
Item# BD681064BLSTALL1
$49.95

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  • Color
    Blue Steel

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Description

A classically simple, compact climbing pack, the Black Diamond Shot transitions seamlessly from the approach to the crag. Hydration compatible and featuring a removable 25 mm (1 in) webbing hipbelt, this versatile pack is a staple for day-trip missions. Durable 840d ballistic nylon stands up to the worst you—and the rock—can dish out.

  • Removable 25 mm (1 in) webbing hipbelt
  • Zippered front panel opening
  • Durable 840d ballistic nylon to withstand climbing wear-and-tear
  • Outer stash pocket
  • Hydration compatible

Tech Specs

Volume :   16 L (980 cu in)
Average Stock Weight :   370 g (13 oz)

Recommended Use

Extras

BD athlete Josh Wharton enchains three 5.12a multi-pitch alpine rock climbs in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park

BD athletes Kate Rutherford and Brittany Griffith attempt Venturi Effect (IV 5.12) on the Incredible Hulk, High Sierras, CA

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shot pack Small light and compact for my film location scouting needs. August 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great little pack Seems durable, although haven't had the pack long enough to truly test it. Holds what I need, easy to throw a bladder in there. Large enough to also hold a handful of draws, harness, shoes and food for a sport climbing afternoon as well. Curious how it will carry on overhanging trad pitches or roof negotiation. August 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Climbs well. I really like this pack. The BD Bullet had been recommended and I wanted to order two packs (for me and the wife) but I didn't want to order the same ones. She thoughts the Bullet was "prettier" (color) and ultimately she liked it because it's shorter than the shot. She's 5'2" and I'm 6'...so it makes sense. I had read a review that the Shot didn't climb well and was bulky...I completely disagree. I packed it around all weekend for three days of climbing and did two 5 pitch routes, one of which is decently exposed at a mid-grade. I wear a harness for a living and I'm very particular about fit and balance...this pack is AWESOME. I honest to goodness forgot that I had a big bottle of water, 3 bars, approach shoes, a second pair of climbing shoes and a hat on my back. I'm super pumped about the pack, and don't care what my wife thinks about her Bullet (although she LOVES that pack now too...) October 10, 2013
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