DMM Centre Alpine ABS

 

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Centre Climbing Harness or Adjustable Climbing Harness

The DMM Centre Alpine ABS is an adjustable climbing harness that's ideal for use in Climbing Walls, Schools and Outdoor Education Centres.

DMM has designed the Centre Alpine ABS to have the same great features as the standard Centre Alpine. However this version has been fitted with the ABS buckle system which some climbers know better as zip lock buckles.


  • General Features
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  • 3 Size Options (waist size in inches)
  • - XS - 16-35"
  • - Regular - 16-49"
  • - Extra Large - 24-59"
  • 44mm Webbing Construction
  • Colour Coded High Tie In Point
  • - XS - Blue
  • - Regular - Yellow
  • - Extra Large - Red
  • Colour coded right hand leg loop
  • - Red
  • - For easy identification of correct fitting
  • ABS Fast adjust buckles
  • Single gear loop
  • - Removable
  • - Floating so it can be moved to suit the user
  • Elastic leg retainers
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