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Bear Bagging Kit


Olive Bear Bagging Kit - $50
Blue Bear Bagging Kit - $50

The Kit includes:

Roll Top Food Bag - 1.5 ounces (43 grams)

50 feet of 2 mm Z-Line Slick cord - 1.7 ounces (48 grams)

Rock Sack: .1 ounce (2.8 grams)

Mini Carabiner: .1 ounce (2.8 grams)

Total Weight of all components: 3.4 ounces (96 grams)


Flat Dimensions: 17" wide x 19.5" tall (43 cm x 50 cm)

Full Dimensions: 11" wide by 6" deep by 13" tall (28 cm x 15 cm x 33 cm)

Volume: 850 cubic inches / 14 Liters


Combine and save with this ultralight Bear Bagging Kit!

The included food bag has waterproof taped seams, and a roll top to keep out the rain. It is made from heavy duty 1.43 oz/sqyd Dyneema Composite Fabric. It can easily stand up to the abuse of bear bagging heavy loads or pointy food items. The material is even rodent resistant-
"On several occasions I've seen mice check out my DCF food bag and eventually give up. I let one persistent mouse chew on it for the entire night- by morning he had done some minor damage but did not get into my food."

The rectangular shape has a wide opening so that you can find your food items easier. It also fits well standing upright or sideways in our packs.

The food bag has a hang loop at the top, and a mini carabiner is included to clip it to your hang line.

Our Dyneema Z-Line slick cord glides over branches better than lines with a polyester sheath. 50 feet is more than you need - extra is included in case you get it snagged or need some for other uses. We chose our thicker 2 mm line because it is easier to handle and less prone to tangling than thinner bear lines.

A rock sack makes bear bagging easier. Just put in a rock, pebbles, or sand, tie on your cord, and toss it up over a branch.

Reviews and Customer Testimonials:

Please email us with feedback (good or bad) if you have any!

Read Ryan Z's Zpacks Bear Bag Kit Review.
"The bear bag arrived in time for my Grand Canyon trip. WOOHOO! I used it with an odor proof plastic bag and NO issues with mice. I hung the combo in a bush or tree with a carabiner and the rodents ignored it! My other companions used heavy, metal mesh rat sacks. One of them had a mouse chew into thin plastic bags THROUGH the rat sack. I was quite happy to be carrying a ~2 oz combo verses their 12 oz rat sack. Thanks for a great product." -Aubrey W.