Padded shoulder and sternum straps can be stowed internally, so that the backpack can be carried gear-bag style with the comfortable side-grip carry handle. The back pad features breathable D3 cloth.
The front panel has an external zipper pocket for the AZ Vortex User’s Manual or other items, and an additional internal pocket for holding pulleys, carabiners and hardware. (AZ Vortex components, pulleys and carabiners sold separately.)
The three leg bags feature hand carry handles and an adjustable padded shoulder sling for easy transport. End-to-end zippers for full-length opening either direction provide easy access, and the oversize bags can carry additional leg components. Two internal padded dividers allow for separated protection of the legs. Compression straps around the girth of the bag cinch tight to keep gear snugly in place.
Each of the two newly designed padded foot sleeves nest inside the leg bags and fasten securely to hold three foot components, either flat or raptor style. This facilitates a quick change of feet, so that carrying both sets is not necessary.
The AZ Vortex Bag System ships with the AZ Vortex or may be purchased as a set to upgrade or replace existing bag sets. Sold as a system.
Sedona Shoulder Harness (sold separately)
A new removable backpack carrying system for AZ Vortex leg bags, the Sedona Shoulder Harness quickly attaches or detaches from the leg bag for extended carries up flights of stairs or in the backcountry. The harness is constructed of high-strength Cordura® nylon with comfortable padded shoulder straps, sternum strap, back panel and waist belt, each lined with breathable cloth. Order one shoulder harness for each leg bag (3) in the set.
Working-At-Height / Industrial Rope Access / Technical Rope Rescue
Working at height requires reliable, quality equipment. The AZ Vortex Bag System can be used with confidence in work-at-height maneuvers for industrial rope access or technical rope rescue when used in accordance with the regulatory safety standards it falls under. Always use life safety equipment and gear according to the regulatory safety standards for which it is classified and/or certified.