Edelrid Neo Climbing Harness

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Information about Edelrid Neo Climbing Harness

Specs about Edelrid Neo Climbing Harness

  • Waistbelt buckle: Slide Bloc
  • Padded waistbelt: Yes
  • Gear loops: 4
  • Certifications: UIAA,CE
  • Weight: 420g
  • Recommended use: Sport climbing
  • Made in Viet Nam
  • Climbing activities are inherently dangerous; we recommend getting proper instruction on its correct and safe use. For any refund, ropes must be returned in its original coil, have original hangtags and plastic wrapper
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Reviewed by V from R on Monday, June 17, 2013
I have a 84cm / 33.1" waist and a 59cm/ 23,2" leg and the medium is good for me and for bigger waist sizes. At the leg, it is quite fit but confortable.
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  • Reviewed by Rock wall neophyte from colorado on Wednesday, July 31, 2013
    Not a lot of adjustments on these but mine fit me fine. I would not like to have to hang for a long period of time in this harness but I am only climbing in a gym at this stage of the game so it is great for that use.
  • Reviewed by V from R on Monday, June 17, 2013
    I have a 84cm / 33.1" waist and a 59cm/ 23,2" leg and the medium is good for me and for bigger waist sizes. At the leg, it is quite fit but confortable.
  • Reviewed by Climber Corb from Seattle on Friday, June 7, 2013
    This harness uses a non-traditional style. If you are a climber who started out using the "see-red-you're-dead" mantra to make sure you double-backed your main buckle, this harness will throw you for a loop. No doubling back of the main buckle is needed or possible with this harness because it has a little, self-loading buckle that allows one-handed cinching, but won't come undone unless you squeeze it with two hands at the same time. I have to confess that this doesn't inspire a lot of confidence as I am not sure that a climbing scenario could never mimmic this loosening, two-handed maneuver. I like double-redundency in my climbing hardware, and this harness doesn't have it.

    Also, the leg loops are not adjustable and will ALWAYS require a step-through motion, so this harness is completely inappropriate for mountaineering and other insulation-heavy environments requiring easy on/ easy-off strap systems.

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