About Edelrid Logan Climbing Harness
Closeouts. Edelrid's Logan climbing harness features a special lamination technique used on the waistbelt and leg loops that makes foam padding unnecessary and a three-buckle design with adjustable leg loops.
Specs about Edelrid Logan Climbing Harness
- Waistbelt buckle: Slide Block
- Padded waistbelt: Yes
- Adjustable leg loops: Yes
- Droppable leg loops: Yes
- Leg loop buckles: Slide Block
- Gear loops: 4
- Certifications: UIAA,CE
- Weight: 445g
- Recommended use: Sport climbing,Trad climbing
- Made in Viet Nam
- Climbing activities are inherently dangerous; we recommend getting proper instruction on its correct and safe use -- for any refund, climbing gear must be returned in its original packaging/coil, and have original hangtags and plastic wrapper
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Reviewed by Monkeyface from New Hampshire on Monday, March 24, 2014This is a really nice harness. The non-double back buckles are a little scary to think about but function really well. But the large I ordered is a little big for me (32/33 in waist). Still can't complain with the price I got on it.
Reviewed by IAMKING from Places on Tuesday, November 5, 2013For Very Punter!! Is Best Waist Collar of Ever. For Much UpClimbing Is The Best.
Reviewed by Grant Guest from Texas on Monday, July 8, 2013This harness is perfect for sport climbers that do not need to haul a bunch of gear. Great Quality.
Reviewed by AKSkier from Alaska on Thursday, May 9, 2013Just as advertised. Feels comfortable and is a minimalist harness, perfect for sport climbing and in the gym. Another great deal from STP.
Reviewed by DIRT DIGGLER from CA on Tuesday, April 23, 2013After receiving this in the mail the other day this is my 5th or 6th harness I have owned, I like this harness but there are a few things I dislike and would change.
four stiff gear loops, lightweight, comfortable in short sport routes, rope soloing, I personally have not done any big walls in it yet but have worn it craging for 6 hrs one day doing some sport, tr-ing and rope soloing and another 6-7 hr day trad, solo and TR-ing. I cant complain about any discomfort issues.
personally I don't like the adjustable leg loops. I noticed at the top of a route I sent the other day I my legs had shrunk!!!! well not really, the leg loops were a bit looser than when I took off. I will be adding a band to keep these in place.
I like to rope solo, doing this you NEVER want any "loose strings" baggy cloths, webbing tails, or anything that could risk getting caught in your ascending devices.l I am a size 31-32 waist I end up with a lot of tail from tightening the waist strap on my harness about 8-10" worth of excess tail. Even when going to grab a piece from my loops there it is(kinda bugged! The harness has a provided clip to put the tail through but it can come out of that easily, so what I have done so far is simply tuck it into the inside of my harness to keep it out of the way, I will be altering this and adding a proper band to secure the tail. also the gear loops on the left side seemed to be a little bit further away than I like, I am 6' and have long arms and I thought reaching with my right arm to grab a piece from the rear loop was pretty hard, maybe I was just very used to my old harness and am being picky. maybe I need to stretch more? maybe the loops are just far far away? .......NO REAR HAUL LOOP, (I knew this when purchasing this harness but went with anyways)
Bottom line: besides the minor issues that I have encountered I really like this harness its great! and its shinny! I would buy it again if I had to and the price was as cheap as I paid, (under $40).
GOOD HARNESS FOR MULTIPLE DISCIPLINES, RECOMMENDED FOR ANYONE WHO DOES OR DOES NOT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT SOMETHING.
Question & Answer
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Is it possible to get a few more photos of this harness? I cannot find another Logan with fixed gear loops like these on the internet, so it would be good to get other angles. What year did it come out if you know. Finally how is the left over waist strap put away, looks like some sort of clip?”
Sorry we have no other images of the Harness. I believe this is a closeout from 2011. It is a clip.
You would want to order a Small which fits 27.5" to 31.5".
“what size in the Edelrid "Logan" climbing harness would a male with a 28-30 inch waistline order, what are their sizing guidelines?”
You would want to order a Small which fits 27.5" to 31.5"