"Not worth the extra money. Get the Momentum AL instead."
I bought this harness because I was expecting it to be more comfortable than my current momentum AL. I am getting into multi-pitch sport climbs and I set routes in the gym. I wanted a harness that would be more comfortable to sit in for long periods of time. This harness is not noticeably more comfortable than less expensive black diamond harnesses. Don't get me wrong. It's a great harness. It's thin, light, and stylish. But that is not what I was looking for in a harness. So save yourself the money unless you just have to have it.
This harness is awesome! I have been using it for winter mountaineering and ice climbing lately but also sport and multi pitch trad routes. It has 4 slots for ice clippers for racking ice screws, 4 plastic coated gear loops for all your gear needs. It also has 5th gear loop in the back that you can clip your chalk bag to, I use it to carry my belay device, cordalette and nut tool so they are out of the way of the rack. It also has a haul loop so you can trail a second rope. The leg loops drop easily so you can answer the call of nature. The harness is also light enough for sport climbing and it's pretty comfy for those hanging belays.
"This is the greatest harness I have ever sat in!"
The comfort level of this harness is rivaled by no other harness I have ever tried on. It allows me to hang-dog on any climb i try. I can rack up any amount of gear i want as well when i set out to get my 5.3 trad on! (CRUSHIN'!) I also love the quick buckle system. There is a rated haul loop on the back to bring anything heavy up behind you. Above the haul loop is a SAWEEEET chalk bag line, seriously pimp! GET THIS HARNESS. Plus, the blue is SO cool.
"Comfortable fit. Seems built to last. Not great if you plan to be sitting in your harness a while"
Just bought this one to replace an old black diamond harness I had for years. Seems great for sport and mountaineering - looking forward to taking it on some long treks. Not super padded in the back so I can see it being a bit uncomfortable if you are sitting in your harness for a while on some long multi pitch routes.