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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Petzl's Canyon page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Explore expansive canyons and rappel down cascading waterfalls in comfort with the Petzl Canyon harness.

- REI

The Petzl Canyon Harness is a canyoneering harness for problem solving through the coolest canyons around. The whole harness has been built with the knowledge that you'll probably be getting pretty darn wet from time to time. Whether you're rappelling down a waterfall or swimming along to the next section, the non-absorbent materials hold up strong. The waistbelt is nice and wide and Features foam for comfort while the seat is removable, replaceable, and even protects your wetsuit. Adjustable throughout with reinforced gear loops, there will be High-fives with all the guys in no time. The Specs Weight: 700 g Case Quantity: 8 Material: High-strength polyester webbing, TPU seat protection, EVA foam, Dyneema reinforced attachment point Certification(s): CE, EN 12,277 type C, UIAA 105

- Moosejaw

Dunk into wet canyons and caves alike in Petzl's Canyon Harness. Your wetsuit will be protected by the water-resistant and durable removable seat while you attach ropes to the single attachment point positioned high for your comfort - all as you keep your gear close at hand on the reinforced webbing gear loops.

- Mountain Gear

Petzl created the Canyon Harness to hold up to the unique demands and tough conditions of canyoneering and spelunking. Its burly nylon construction easily takes scraping from a low crawl. The removable, replaceable PVC seat protects your wet suit when you make a long rappel down a narrow shaft. Petzl gave the Canyon Harness two gear loops to hold your necessities and a high tie-in point to keep you upright when you rappel with a pack.

- Backcountry.com