Kong Rope Bag

982.501

The Kong Rope Bag 100 Backpack for carrying ropes and equipment with comfortable padded shoulder straps and hook for suspension.
It’s angled closing flap with ring for the suspension also ensures comfortable access to the contents of the bag.
Drawstring closure and rapid clip made of ultra-durable nylon.
Transparent side pocket for name plate label.
Interior pocket with zip for storing small tools.
Made of extremely durable PVC; reinforced bottom with slotted holes for breathability and handle for the emptying.
28 liters capacity, can hold a rope of 100 m.

Tree climbing with Kong

838 KOng Slit camTree climbing is a recreational activity that mainly comprises of someone climbing up and down the tree and even moving around the tree. To ensure the safety of the climber, there are a number of gears needed to guide the climber such as the tree climbing spikes attached to the boots so as to maintain balance and stability. Climbing ropes are also a worthy addition to the ensemble. Also important are the rope climbing ascenders and descenders that grab the rope and ensure that tight grip for safe movement up and down the tree.

There are different climbing techniques used, and each climber will choose a tactic that suits his/her style and preference. Some of the techniques include the free climbing, the single rope technique, lead climbing and even the double rope technique. So to ensure your safety while climbing a tree you must have the required skills and the gears .

Test Driving Some New Gear

grivelIf ice climbing is your thing, you can’t go wrong with the products from Grivel. For crampon’s we prefer Grivel’s G20, but there are a lot of people who swear by the Rambo’s. It really comes down to personal preference. G20 has the fixed point that will need to be replaced at some point while the Rambo has replaceable front points. The Rambo is rigid while the G20 has more flex.

Having the right climbing gear is always important to meet your every day challenges.

Climb Every Mountain

fusion flameWhen it comes to climbing gear it’s hard to beat the folks at Fusion Climb and Ace Metal Products. They have gone above and beyond. Selecting the right climbing gear is a very personnel thing. You have to trust your gear. Your life or somebody else’s life may depend on it. If you want to simply enjoy a great pursuit and defy your hesitations, well, why not? Search for beautiful summits to reach, inquire about great mountains to climb, don’t be afraid to get the most of life while you have it. Go ahead and look for a suitable destination of your preference.

Fusion Climb’s industrial division experience has lead to the creation of Fusion designing quality products that meet and exceed ratings in CE, UIAA and ANSI (Z359.1) standards.

You Can’t Get There From Here

kakadu jacketsEverytime I start a climb I get so excited. I just say to myself “how the heck am I going to get all the way up there?” The bottom line is that if you start out prepared and equipped with the right gear you can do it.

At Fusion Climb they understand what it is you need for your climb because they are climbers too. Fusion Climb harnesses are made to order if needed.

At Lorsey.com we also carry the entire line of Kong USA ascenders, descenders, chocks, carabiners and harnesses.

Fusion meets the standards

One of the questions I see from customers shopping for climbing equipment is “Does this gear meet the CE ratings and is it UIAA and ANSI approved?” At Lorsey.com we carry the best climbing products available. Fusion Climb is a holder of one or more UIAA Safety Labels and is entitled to use the UIAA Safety Label logo for ther listed products. The UIAA Saftey Label guarantees the highest standards for mountaineering equipment and we welcome your reporting of misuse to keep it that way.

The Fusion Flame Climbing harness is a nice example of Fusion’s quality. Most of Fusion’s harnesses will fit a person from 28 waist to a 42 waist. If you need a special size we can customize a harness for you.

52 Prepper Projects by David Nash

proforce equipment Prepper tipsAre you and your family self-reliant? Will you be able to provide for them and keep them safe? The best way to prepare for the future is not through fancy tools and gadgets—it’s experience and knowledge that will best equip you to handle the unexpected.

Everyone begins somewhere, especially with disaster preparedness. In 52 Prepper’s Projects, you’ll find a project for every week of the year, designed to start you off with the basics of disaster preparedness and taking you through a variety of projects that will increase your knowledge in self-reliance and help you acquire the actual know-how to prepare for anything.

Self-reliance isn’t about building a bunker and waiting for the end of the world. It’s about understanding the necessities in life and gaining the knowledge and skill sets that will make you better prepared for whatever life throws your way. 52 Prepper’s Projects is the ultimate instructional guide to preparedness, and a must-have book for those with their eye on the future.

What survival gear do you already own?

Where would you like to climb?

Whether you are into indoor climbing or one of the many forms of outdoor climbing you’ll want to use the gear that makes you feel safe. You can trust Fusion Climb products. Fusion designs quality products that meet and exceed ratings in CE, UIAA and ANSI (Z359.1) standards.

The UIAA Safety Label guarantees the highest standards for mountaineering equipment and we welcome your reporting of misuse to keep it that way. So the next time you plan a climbing adventure remember your Fusion Climb climbing gear.

At Lorsey.com we also carry Kong Climbing equipment, Edelrid and more