Black Diamond Couloir Harness
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Black Diamond Couloir Harness

Black Diamond Couloir Harness is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 34.
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Product Description Item No.   10093333

The Black Diamond Couloir Harness is a packable harness for the alpinist and ski mountaineer. This eight ounce harness is so packable, it not only fits in your jacket pocket, but it even comes with it's own little stuff sack. Made for the ice and alpine, the nylon-webbing dries quickly and is low profile so you can throw it on under a pack or pile layers of clothing on underneath. The traditional buckle secures the waist tight and quick releases at the leg loops make for easy entry and exit, regardless of what is strapped to your feet (think crampons, people). Rack up on the two webbing gear loops and four Ice Clipper slots and tackle that mountain.

FEATURES of the Black Diamond Couloir Harness

  • Fast-drying nylon-webbing construction with traditional buckle
  • Quick-release leg loops for easy on/off, even while wearing skis or crampons
  • 2 webbing gear loops and 4 Ice Clipper slots
  • Low-profile and flat enough to be worn comfortably under a pack or clothing
  • Packs down into a stuff sack small enough to fit into a jacket pocket
  • 12 kN-rated belay and haul loops

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Waistbelt Size (S): 28 - 35 in.
Gender: Mens
Features: Adjustable Leg Loops, Haul Loop
Best Use: Mountaineering and Alpine
Weight: 8 oz
Material Details: 210D Nylon Mini Diamond ripstop
Leg Loop Size (S): 18 - 24 in.
Leg Loop Size (S): 20 - 26 in.
Leg Loop Size (L): 24 - 30 in.
Leg Loop Size (XL): 28 - 34 in.
Waistbelt Size (M): 32 - 38 in.
Waistbelt Size (L): 35 - 42 in.
Waistbelt Size (XL): 38 - 44 in.
Disclaimer: All climbing equipment is final sale.
Gear Loops: 2
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Super lightweight and compressible harness takes up very little room in your pack, great for alpine climbing and mountaineering. The leg loops are adjustable and the whole harness can be removed easily.
Date published: 2017-08-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from needs improvement the harness/leg loop junction is too thick and is uncomfortable under waist belts, the camp alp has a better design for lightweight harnesses if you are going to use a pack with a waist belt
Date published: 2017-08-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not a huge fan.... Buckle is just a troublesome as old coulior buckle, super hard with gloves. Also hard to take off. Also there's no real way to deal with excess extra length on waist belt. Just flops around. That being said it's light and is comfortable under a pack.
Date published: 2017-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great mountaineering harness Used this harness for the first time last week on a Rainier climb and it was excellent. Very comfortable for all day wearing and easy to detach leg loops to add/remove layers while still being connected to your rope for safety at the waist
Date published: 2017-07-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Light and simple I've used this harness primarily for glacier travel and an alpine ice route. The four available ice clipper slots allow for some adjustability in which slots to set the ice clippers which was nice. The screw holder strap on the leg loop was nice and effective at keeping the ice screw from bouncing around on the leg during glacier travel (or would do the same for glaciated skiing) and fit a variety of screw diameters. The materials are lightweight and trim and the harness is overall lower profile than the previous generation, and thus is more comfortable under a pack. The gear loops are usable and large enough to carry a light alpine rack, and fully adequate to carry what you need. They are however small enough to not carry a double rack, but that's not what this harness is for... The only downside is the buckle. It's not exactly speedy, I've found I still need to feed the webbing through with both hands to get the harness to cinch down which is a problem if it's very cold and you're wearing gloves. Other than that the harness fits the bill well for alpine missions skiing or climbing.
Date published: 2017-06-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best harness for mountaineering (only) I bought this harness for mountaineering trips (only), is perfect very lightweight and good fit. For people who complain about difficulty peeing with the harness on is not true, the buckle on ether leg can be open very easy and the harness will shift almost by itself giving you the comfort for your necessities. Is correct if the buckle will be just slightly bigger this harness will be 5 stars. However since you adjust this only once on the beginning of your climbing ok may be twice I do not se such a big of a deal. I recommend this harnesses for mountaineering. The product is not designed for rock climbing or to spend significant amount of time on harness, is that's what you want go buy Petzel.
Date published: 2017-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light and Functional! Although made for snow, perfect for desert trekking and canyoneering where low weight and volume count.
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from need a few tweaks In practice this sort of harness doesn't really get "used" that much... It's mostly along for the ride on ski mountaineering trips for the just in case crevasse fall or short exposed roped ridge or gully step kicking. So it's main features should be that is light, compact and EASY to put on in winter conditions. I give it good marks for being light and compact, but it is a bear to thread and double back even without gloves on. The less experienced folks I was leading couldn't manage it at all, and forget it once the harness gets damp or icy. A larger easier to manage buckle would not add that much weight or bulk and would go a long way to faster, easier and less finger numbing transitions on a tour. Until the buckle is made more winter-user friendly I would not recommend this harness.
Date published: 2017-04-29
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