The Petzl Women's Selena Climbing Harness is a sport climbing harness for the strong, adventurous woman. Wider sides and ENDOFRAME Technology allows weight to be distributed evenly, so you can focus on the next hand or foot hold instead of adjusting the harness for a more comfortable fit. Even the leg loops are comfy, with a touch of elastic that will stretch, whether you're wearing softshell pants on a cool, windy day or shorts when the sun is high and hot. Move easy and fast and all your gear will follow on the four gear loops and rear haul loop.
FEATURES of the Petzl Women's Selena 2 Climbing Harness
Specific shape for female morphology
EndoFrame construction guarantees excellent weight distribution for optimal comfort:
Waistbelt and leg loops with doubled straps
Waistbelt wider on the sides
Specific stitching on the waistbelt limit hard points and chafing
DoubleBack Light buckle allows quick and easy adjustment of the waistbelt
Dyneema tie-in points for excellent resistance to rope friction
Elastic leg loops remain permanently adjusted without restricting movement
Four equipment loops: Two rigid ones in front for quick and easy access to equipment and two flexible ones in the rear to avoid creating pressure points with a backpack
Rated 4 out of
Awesome and so comfortable!I purchased a few months ago to replace my less than a year old Mammut harness. Compared to my Mammut harness, the Selena is crazy comfortable. While setting in the gym (or working on a super proj) I can hang in this harness for hours without any discomfort...which I could absolutely not do in the Mammut. I also love the slick, clean design and the color (which I was unsure of at first). ,,The only thing I would like differently is larger rear gear loops. I love their smaller size when carrying around my pack, but I'd take discomfort then to be able to easily place more gear on the harness while climbing. ,,,,The sizing is a little off for me, I am 5'2" 100lbs and the small is just a little too large and the XS too small. I have flipped upside down in it and survived, but I wish it fit just a little better around the waste.