Black Diamond Ozone

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The Ozone Climbing Harness is built to take on the full-spectrum of challenges that'll be thrown at you on the sport wall while providing a comfortable fit for hangdogging and hard redpointing.

- REI

Free Shipping. Black Diamond Ozone Harness FEATURES of the Black Diamond Ozone Harness Optimized for high-end performance Premier sport climbing harness Lightweight, highly breathable design Kinetic Core Construction

- Moosejaw

Fight the pump and move swift and efficiently through those tough cruxes with the men's Ozone Harness from Black Diamond. This high-end performance harness is designed for keeping you light on the world's hardest sport routes. Offering four gear loops, pre-threaded speed adjust waistbelt buckle, transition time takes only seconds. Built with Kinetic Core Construction for sleek, lightweight, and ultra-comfortable functionality that will keep you sending routes from dwan til dusk.

- Mountain Gear

The minimalist Black Diamond Ozone Harness takes the weight off your waist so you can do some serious sport cragging comfortably. Its Kinetic Core Construction consists of a durable, abrasion-resistant nylon shell, a breathable 3D AirMesh lining, and strands of liquid crystal polymer in the center that evenly distribute your body's weight across the harness so you can hang in it comfortably without the need of bulky foam padding. The Forged Speed Adjust buckle has a raised side rail that helps prevent abrasions against the webbing, an upturned baseplate that allows an easier lift for loosening, and a rear kick down on the top plate that eliminates any slippage while you climb. The Ozone also features elasticized leg loops that softly secure your legs without the use of buckles, and you can adjustable the non-release elastic rear riser for an ideal fit. Four pressure-molded gear loops give plenty of space for all your quickdraws and other equipment so you're ready to send some of the longest, hardest, and most fun routes around.

- Backcountry.com