Mammut Ophir 4 Slide

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Sport, trad, slab, face, crack, alpine, ice, overhangs, big walls..... you had no idea the vast variety of vertical ascents, and now that you're sufficient in leading single pitch, you're ready to explore more. The Mammut Men's Ophir 4 Slide Harness is Mammut's most adjustable, all-around body-holder to fit your winter attire if you head to Ouray's ice climbing festival. Just like all the Ophirs, this version features Split Webbing technology, which separates the harness's weight-bearing webbing into two strands that ride over and under your hips in order to reduce weight, increase ventilation, and decrease the necessity of padding. The tie-in protector adds durable longevity, and the fabric turns a different color after the tie-in points have worn down past the point of responsible, safe use.

- Backcountry.com

Features of the Mammut Ophir 4 Slide Harness Special two-part webbing construction ensures maximum comfort Full safety and easy adjustment through 4 Slide Bloc buckles Patented tie-in protector prevents the harness from abrasion damage 4 gear loops Functional Drop Seat buckle Very strong haul loop

- Moosejaw

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- CampSaver.com

Fit everyone in your climbing party with the Ophir 4 Slide Harness from Mammut. Two adjustable buckles on the waist belt allow you to fit a wide range of body types making it easy to share one harness between a few people. Mammut's two part webbing design helps distribute pressure across the whole harness to increase comfort and reduce pressure points. Wear indicators in the belay loop begin to show when your harness starts becoming unsafe to climb in so you don't have to guess when it's time to replace it.

- Mountain Gear