DMM Renegade Pro 2


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Climbing harness with double-back buckles

The Renegade Pro 2 is DMM's latest version of a classic 'trad' harness with double-back buckles at the waist and leg loops. It also has a floating waist belt, i.e. the waist buckle tape can travel left and right through the waist belt which allows the belt to be placed central around the body.

This latest version of the harness see the gear loops covered with fabric, skinny rear elastics that are light whilst still holding their position well and a narrower belay loop for better compatability with small belay biners. The loop is still rated at 25kN.

The waist belt is made from high quality foam combined with a firm spreader plate to give excellent comfort and support. It has plenty of racking to cope with the longest mountain or ice routes. It has 7 gear loops for this purpose plus 4 hypalon ice clipper attachment points for the ice screws!

The Renegade Pro 2 is built to stand up to tough conditions. There is a Cordura face fabric on the waist belt and legs loops for great durability and the tie-on points are also protected by an even tougher abrasion resistant webbing.


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