Climbing Harnesses Sale"
we got this as a hand down from a friend. its a pretty good harness but there isnt a place to hook a chalk bag, o well…
- Talbott, 08/20/12
You can't go wrong with this harness if you are the minimalist sort. Just pull it on and adjust one strap on the waistbelt. The elastic straps on the leg openings hold tight…
- Kristoffer, 03/27/12
This is my forth or fifth harness so far and I love it. I recently just upgraded/retired my petzl corax and this is deffinately more comfortable. This is my first harness wi…
- ANDREW, 05/14/12
lead in this harness for the first time yesterday. found it easy to get to the draws, though I was wondering about the gear loops since they're pretty floppy. The only thing I…
- Sarah, 04/26/11
I've been climbing with this harness for 2 years now--outdoors and in the gym. I love it. I haven't had issues with wear like another reviewer did. I don't mind that the leg l…
- liz, 10/08/12
This harness is super light and packs down small. It also comes super small. Unless you are super skinny you will need a larger or XL and if you are on the bigger side don't…
- William, 04/20/11
I know that they say that the harness is lightweight yet strong. However, when trying it on I felt like I was wrapping a piece of toilet paper around me. I just don't think…
- Mathew, 01/04/11
About Rock and Tree Climbing Harnesses on Sale:
I like to climb things. It doesn't matter what it is, a rock wall, tall tree, ice, or even the corporate ladder, I just love to get as high as I can. The thing is, you need to stay safe. That's why I always wear a climbing harness. The thing is, a good climbing harness can cost some serious cash, and obviously, you want the best because, well, it's your life on the line. Literally.
Good news! You've stumbled across our Climbing Harness Sale page. Here, you'll find harnesses from the top brands in the industry, but the best part is that you can pick these up here on the cheap. Or at least the cheapest price you will probably find out there. It's not often this gear goes on sale often, so when you have a chance to pick up a climbing harness at a discounted price, I'd suggest doing so.