Petzl Superavanti


RRP: £67.62
FROM: £59.98 (£49.98 ex VAT)

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Lightweight, fully adjustable caving harness.

The Petzl Superavanti is one of the most popular caving harnesses available in the UK. It is simple, lightweight, fully adjustable and comes in two sizes to fit all sizes of caver. The waist buckle has a protector to guard against abrasion in those tight squeezes and the leg buckles are at the front rather than the side to prevent catching.

The single waistbelt of this model allows the chest jammer to be attached close to your centre of gravity making ascending the rope more efficient. If you are a caver in need of some extra back support, the extra waist belt of the Fractio might be for you.

Sizing: XS - L:  60 - 95cm waist  
                          42 - 62cm legs

            M - XL  90 - 105cm waist
                         52 - 77cm legs

Note: the sizing of the new model is different to the old one so please check before you order!


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