Petzl Luna Women's Harness


RRP: £70.00
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What a great harness!! Petzl have really taken into account the needs of a female specific harness when designing this one! The
EndoFrame construction provides greater comfort, and equal weight disctribution throughout the harness, therefore reducing pressure points. The quick and easy Doubleback buckles feature on both the waist and leg loops to ensure you get the right fit. Ideal for mountaineering and rock/ ice climbing. The tie-in points are made of Dyneema in order to improve resistance to rope friction.

  • Sizing:
  • -Size S
  • Waist belt: 71 - 77 cm
  • Leg loops: 51-61 cm
  • Weight: 390 g
  • -Size M
  • Waist belt: 77 - 84 cm
  • Leg loops: 54 - 64 cm
  • Weight: 420 g
  • -Size L
  • Waist belt: 84 - 92 cm
  • Leg loops: 56 - 66 cm
  • Weight: 450 g


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