Singing Rock Balance

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Got this for a steal off of and have…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars

Got this for a steal off of and have been really happy with it.

It's a good standard harness with single pull buckles instead of double back buckles. Padding is fair comfortable all the wall around and seems to be holding up fairly well to my abuse. The gear loops are decent enough for quick draws although I'm not sure how much trad gear I would rack on them.

Its not a super light harness but more like a slight upgrade to from a base line harness like the BD Momentum. It is fully adjustable on the waist as well as leg loops.

About the only complaint I have with it is its not very stiff, meaning it doesn't hold its shape very well so when digging it out of a bag you can almost guarantee your gonna have to untangle it.

Other than that great harness.


Excellent price/quality relation. Comfortable!

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: 59€

Excellent price/quality relation.

Retailers' Descriptions

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Striking the balance between fit, features and function, this anatomically designed harness is the perfect choice for all types of climbing.


The Singing Rock Balance Harness was designed to be used by all-round climbers as well as by occasional and weekend climbers or beginners; for gym climbing, sport climbing and gear routes that don’t require a huge rack. Reinforced tie-in points and wide belay loop are durable. Four traditional gear loops including a full-strength haul loop. Innovated new rock&lock adjusting and fastening buckle system on waist belt and leg loops offer amazing comfort for long multi-pitch routes. The waist belt and leg loops are nicely tailored and wide, both are generously breathable padded with good, firm foam and provide exceptional support of your body.


Singing Rock Balance

previously retailed for:
$29.93 - $44.93

The Singing Rock Balance is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 21, 2010 at REI.

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