Wild Country Mission Women's


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Designed with a unique V-Flex belt and breathable "Dura- Weave" mesh construction on the harness, the Wild Country Mission Harness aims to spread your weight across the harness to make a longer and more comfortable hang-time. The different leg-to-waist ratio and longer rise definitely lends itself to make a more comfortable fit for the female climber. Developed by Wild Country's own athletes, that state these features allow them to climb longer without tiring out. Extremely wear resistant

  • Ziplock 3d buckles are slick yet secure
  • Lighter and less bulky 16mm and 12mm webbings
  • 5 spacious, integrated gear loops
  • Twin accessory loops take ice screw holders
  • Haul loop


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