Arc'teryx AR-385a Harness Women's

 

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Women's light weight climbing harness

The Arc'teryx AR-385a women's climbing harness is a beautiful, light weight peace of equipment. It has a very elegant feel and is extremely comfortable and is handmade with supreme craftsmanship, which enables the use of revolutionary Warp Strength Technology™.

This superb harness is genuinely really comfy with soft edges to eliminate cutting or binding. Its female specific shape features a long belay loop (to create the greater drop between waist and leg of most women compared to men), back clips and adjustable leg loops (which allow a personalized fit and bathroom breaks without the hassle of removing the harness).

This AR.385A harness is great for the many different discaplines of climbing: Sport, Trad, Multi-pitch, Alpine and Ice with it's ambition to 'elevate performance, comfort and versatility.' With its four reversible polyurethane gear loops, rear haul loopand four ice clipper slots there is loads of space for racking kit.

So we've mentioned the clever construction but what makes Arc'teryx harnesses so special, what makes them provide so much comfort and adjustment whilst being so light and with a tiny packed size? It's that WST™

What Arc'teryx say about their WARP STRENGTH TECHNOLOGY™

Warp Strength Technology™ Advantage: (WST™) differs from traditional harness construction in that the load is evenly distributed across the entire width of the harness structure rather than loading a single, narrow strip of webbing in the centre or running edge binding, both of which tend to concentrate the pressure of the harness making them less comfortable. Warp Strength Technology™ cradles the body and the load is universally dispersed from edge to edge. This construction method provides a high degree of support and this generation of harnesses are more comfortable over time and usage than ever before. The waist-belt and leg loops now include thin reinforcements that help keep the load distributed more evenly across their width and the edges have been softened for a smoother transition.

The use of Burly Double Weave as the name suggests makes the harness very durable whilst keeping weight down, it breathes well and has four way stretch so that you get unhindered movement and the harness retains it's shape well throughout its life. Laminated elastic webbing in the adjustable leg loops aids this further.

All this results in a harness that is durable, ultra compact, comfortably supple and light weight.

  • 385g
  • Women's specific fit
  • Adjustable leg loops enable a precision fit with varying layers
  • WST™ (Warp Strength Technology) load is evenly supported across entire harness structure
  • Self locking buckles
  • Stainless steel quick hook on the rear leg elastic permits using the bathroom without taking off your harness
  • Four gear loops
  • Four ice clipper slots
  • Wear safety markers on belay loop and tie-in points
  • Stretchy mesh storage bag

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