Petzl Corax


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Adjustable and comfortable harness

The CORAX multi-purpose harness comes in two sizes and can adapt to all user shapes. Easy to use and comfortable making it suitable for a wide range of users for climbing, mountaineering or via ferrata.

  • Lightweight, compact and durable construction provides maximum comfort and versatility for summer or winter activities
  • Pressure is optimally distributed thanks to Frame Construction Technology which ensures efficient ventilation
  • Ventilated waistbelt and pressure points are lined with soft, breathable mesh
  • Waistbelt is equipped with two DoubleBack buckles which center the harness and are easy to adjust. This keeps the equipment loops in optimal position
  • Two rigid equipment loops are on the front and two flexible ones are on the back for carrying all necessary equipment without interfering with a backpack
  • Four CARITOOL tool holder slots are placed in strategic spots abd do not get in the way of user
  • A green belay loop easily identifies the correct connection point for the belay device


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