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The Camp USA Kids' Bambino Full Body Harness is a kids' Climbing harness for aspiring little rock climbers. Built to protect the young ones, ranging in ages 3 to 8 years old, and 85 lbs or under. The full body provides the best safety, as it keeps them upright, especially since their hips Are fully developed yet. With six adjustment buckles you can get the Fit just right, not too tight and not too loose. Fun and adventure is on the horizon. Features of the Camp USA Kids' Bambino Full Body Harness Pre-Threaded Auto-Locking Buckles Recommended for children 3 to 8 years old not exceeding 85 lbs
C.A.M.P. Climb Bambino Full Body Children's Harness 657. Start them early but keep them safe with the C.A.M.P. Bambino Full Body Children's Harness. Six points of adjustment allow the harness to be fine-tuned for a wide range of body styles and sizes. A single tie-in point at the sternum keeps the child positioned upright while hanging. The pre-threaded auto-locking buckles are quick safe and easy to adjust and elastic retainers keep fidgeting hands from loosening things when you aren't looking. Color-coding on the leg loops waist belt and tie-in point make fitting the Bambino a breeze and further reduce the potential for user error.
The Camp USA Bambino Childrens Fullbody Harness is a one-size-fits-all full-body harness for children up to 40 kg (88 lbs). Six points of adjustment allow the harness to be fine-tuned for a wide range of body styles and sizes. Single tie-in point at the sternum keeps the child positioned upright while hanging. Auto-locking buckles are quick, safe and easy to adjust. Color coding on the leg loops, waist belt and tie-in point make fitting a breeze and further reduce the potential for user error. Lanyards can be attached permanently to the tie-in point for use in adventure parks.
Ensure that little newcomers to climbing have an excellent experience with the Bambino Harness from CAMP, a full-body design that keeps them comfortable with 6 points of adjustment. Make sure that they don't tip over while climbing with a single tie-in point at the sternum strap while a series of auto-locking buckles make for safe, efficient harnessing.
- Mountain Gear