DMM Puma 2

 

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Women's climbing harness

The DMM Puma is DMM's top of the range female-specific harness. This updated version has taken all of it's predecessors attributes and made them even better.

The free-floating waist belt guarantees a good fit, weather your at either end of the size range or if you need to add a few layers in the winter you can be assured your belay loop will always be central and the 7 gear loops (5 on XS and Small) are easily in reach.

DMM have stripped the Puma down; slimming the waistline, belay loop and rear-elastics making it a much lighter harness, whilst still keeping it comfortable and supportive for long days on the crag. To make this harness even more versatile DMM have attached 4 hypalon racking systems making it great for Winter climbing as well as Summer.

  • Floating Waistbelt ensuring a perfect fit
  • Fully adjustable zip-lock buckles
  • 7 gear loops (5 on sizes XSmall and Small)
  • Space for up to 4 hyperlon ice clippers

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