Wild Country Vision Super Kids Ziplock


Weight 380 g / 13.41 oz
Waist 23 - 29 in /58 - 74 cm
Leg 18 - 22 in / 46 - 56 cm

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Wild Country's Vision Super Kids Ziplock page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Free Shipping. Wild Country Vision Super Kidz Harness The Wild Country Kids' Vision Super Harness. The Vision Super Kids are designed to fill that obvious gap for climbers between age 10 and 15. This is a time when at the lower end of the spectrum a full body harness can be too small and too restricting and at the upper an adult sit harness maybe won't go down small enough. It's for those who don't want to 'make-do' with ill fitting cast-offs and for those who want to plough their own path - and show mum and dad how it's done. Light, close fitting and with simple, quick and safe Ziplock buckle adjustment on waist and legs the Super Kids are a stylish start for all young climbers...and at a really great price. So with girls and boys models - both appropriately scaled - you can rely on Wild Country quality and safety to provide the perfect start so your juniors can concentrate on scaling their mini mountains. Simple things like Ziplock buckles on legs and waist mean the buckles won't be left undone while two gear loops allow seconding or first leads to be undertaken. ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Wild Country Vision Super Kids Ziplock

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The Wild Country Vision Super Kids Ziplock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 19, 2012 at Moosejaw.

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