DMM Super Couloir

 

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Alpine Harness

A fully-featured alpine harness, with 44mm webbing, gear loops, adjustable legs and a belay loop, that is still super-light. 325g for size medium.

As well as being light, the DMM Super Couloir compacts down small and is worthy for consideration as a scrambling harness and for use at high altitude where the space in a climbing sack could well be at a premium.

Another handy feature is that the legs loops have clip-together buckles and therefore there is no need to step through leg loops. This makes things speedy when wearing big boots in particular or bulking clothing such as thick insulated trousers or a down suit or salopette. Staff member Dave has used the DMM Super Couloir on numerous high altitude trips for this reason. He also takes it on scrambling days in North Wales or on the Skye Cuillin ridge. And for Ice climbing too!

  • Size Small: Waist 68-90cm (27-35ins) Legs 50-55cm (20-22ins)
  • Size Medium: Waist 79-100cm (31-39ins) Legs 60-70cm (24-28ins)
  • Size Large: Waist 90-114cm (35-45ins) Legs 65-75cm (26-30ins)
  • Size XL: Waist 100-130cm(39-51ins) Legs 70-80cm (28-31ins)

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