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Shot Backpack

#218335 | 1 available

Reg: $49.95



Streamlined and lightweight, Black Diamond's Shot Backpack can sneak along cracks and crevices with you as you climb.

Durable nylon fabric resists abrasive rock faces, hydration compatibility makes drinking easier, and the zippered front panel opening facilitates gear access.


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Black DiamondShot Backpack

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tough lil pack

By Rudy can't fail

from Ohio

About Me Avid Climber


  • Great for a climb
  • Lightweight
  • Rugged


  • Can't think of one

Best Uses

  • Hiking
  • Long Climbs

Comments about Black Diamond Shot Backpack:

I love this pack for day hikes with the family, can hold a snack, some water and a F.A. kit. I also use this for long climbs with a view, I clip in when I am done and have a snack while enjoying a view.

  • Was this a gift?:
  • Yes

Good product. a little small though.

By Polaris 96

from New York

About Me Outdoor Professional

Verified Buyer


  • Abrasion Resistant
  • Easy To Load
  • Lightweight
  • Simple
  • Water Resistant


  • Small Capacity

Best Uses

  • Any day sports

Comments about Black Diamond Shot Backpack:

I climb recreationally and teach Fall Protection and High Angle Rescue for my daily bread. Most of my personal climbing gear isn't ANSI Z359 compliant, so I can't use it in class.

I still like having it at hand, though. So, I bought this bag as a "go bag" for my personal fallpro gear.

It's great. Tough as nails with a KISS simple single pocket and a small footprint that doesn't crowd you if you wear it aloft. Best of all, they didn't put insane amounts of useless padding on the straps.

I just wish it was a big larger. Right now, the single compartment holds a chalk bag, 3 cordelettes, a skein of 3mm "bootlace", 2 rolls of webbing, and a rescue rack of 'Biners, an ATC guide, a GIGI, and a few pulleys. Good thing I don't bring friends with my rescue rig because the bag's maxxed and there wouldn't be room. I guess I'd also like some way to lash on my rope bag, but there are no lugs or eyelets of any kind.

I would buy this bag again in a heartbeat. Just make sure you can live with the spartan amount of space.

  • What Is Your Gear Style:
  • Minimalist
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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