CAMP Blitz Harness
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Free Shipping. Camp USA Blitz Climbing Harness FEATURES of the Camp USA Blitz Climbing Harness Soft, hydrophobic materials for extreme lightweight and comfort All-mountain functionality allows the harness to be stripped off without removing Crampons or skis 4 gear loops Drop seat Hub racking biner compatible SPECIFICATIONS of the Camp USA Blitz Climbing Harness Weight: 7.7 oz / 219 g SPECIFICATIONS for XS/M Waist: 27.6-35.4in. / 70-90 cm Length: 20.9-24.8in. / 53-63 cm SPECIFICATIONS for M/XL Waist: 33.5-41.3in. / 85-105 cm Length: 22.8-26.8in. / 58-68 cm ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.
The CAMP Blitz Harness is the lightest padded mountaineering harness on the market. By blending the hyperlight attributes of the world's lightest harness, the Alp 95, with all-mountain functionality, the Blitz offers an easy to don, contoured harness under 8 ounces. The Blitz is ideal for ski tours, mountaineering and alpine climbing. -- Hydrophobic materials-- Contoured padding is comfortable yet lightweight-- Comfortable for walking, climbing, sitting and hanging belays-- Floating belay loop floats independently on the waist belt so it can slip off when the buckle is detached-- Buckles allows harness to be donned or removed without removing removing crampons or skis-- 4 gear loops-- Drop seat-- Hub racking biner compatible-- Two sizes cover women's S thru men's XL
Shave weight and minimize hassle while you prepare for your next mountaineering trip by packing along CAMP's Blitz harness. Light in weight while still retaining all-mountain functionality - the belay loop floats freely on the waist belt so it can slip off easily & the front leg loop clips allow the harness to be removed without taking off boots, crampons, or skis.
- Mountain Gear
CAMP made the Blitz Harness to give mountaineers all the tools they need for a big climb. You get four gear loops to hold your entire kit, a comfortable but minimalistic waist belt that won't get in the way, and easily dropable leg loops for, well, you know.