Blue Ice Choucas MKIII


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The super lightweight Blue Ice Choucas III harness is ideal for those alpine, mountaineering and ski touring adventures. Considerably lighter than most other standard alpine harnesses on the market, (though not the lightest) the Choucas III is much more practical than other harnesses. Constructed of dyneema and featuring custom-made variable- width webbing, it is extremely comfortable for those long alpine days. An extremely compact harness, that can pack down to a small size, therefore not taking up valuable space in your bag. Ice-screw keepers hold two screws in place on the harness, so will not damage clothing. The ultimate harness for classic routes, expeditions, and glacier travel with skis or crampons.

  • Weight: 180g
  • Variable-width waist belt
  • Glove-friendly buckles
  • Adjustable leg loops
  • Full-strength belay loop
  • 2 Gear loops
  • 2 slots for ice screw holders
  • 2 Ice screw keepers
  • Quick release leg loops


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