Wild Country Mission Men's

 

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The new Mission harness by Wild Country is an excellent fit for sport and trad rock climbing. Designed with the unique newV-Flex™ belt and 'Dura-Weave’ mesh construction, the waist belt is supple yet still supportive for those long sport routes. This material is also super breathable making the Mission ideal for hot days! This also means the load is spread more evenly reducing pressure points and increasing hang time on the rock! Tested by the Wild Country team, this is an adaptable, durable, multi- purpose harness with a great construction.

  • 3D Ziplock buckles, which are lighter and less bulky
  • Integrated gear loops making racking up easy
  • Accessory loops take ice screw holders
  • Haul loop

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