Edelrid Creed Climbing Harness

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Edelrid made the Men's Creed Harness for the versatile climber, whether you prefer ice, sport, or trad. Its laminated construction keeps the Creed light, comfortable, and packable by distributing weight evenly without much padding or excessive materials. Easy Glider auto-locking buckles give the waist and legs a secure fit regardless of how many layers you have on. Edelrid also equipped the Creed with an abrasion protector at the tie-in point, four gear loops, and two attachment slots for ice tool clips.

- Backcountry.com

Whether you sport climb with light clothes in summer or mountaineer with heavy insulation in winter, Edelrid's Creed Harness has the perfect balance of weight and comfort for your climbing demands. The elastic mesh inserts along with 10-mm quick adjust Easy-Glider buckles on the leg loops ensure you get a quick easy fit which adjusts over any clothing you might need to layer on. Rack up your gear on the four asymmetrical gear loops.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Edelrid Creed Harness FEATURES of the Edelrid Creed Harness Laminated construction ensures perfect load and pressure distribution with a minimal pack size Easy Glider buckle at the waist for a secure and comfortable fit User-friendly E-Turn System for safety and comfort Abrasion protector at tie-in point for prolonged durability Adjustable leg loops with elastic mesh inserts for optimal fit and flexibility 4 asymmetric fixed gear loops for perfect organisation and 2 attachment options for ice screws clips

- Moosejaw

Thanks to the Edelrid Creed climbing harness, you don't need to choose between light weight and comfort when going climbing. It combines both into a versatile harness for sport and trad climbing.


Edelrid Creed Climbing Harness

previously retailed for:
$47.97 - $59.97

The Edelrid Creed Climbing Harness is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 12, 2016 at Mountain Gear.

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