DMM Chest Harness

 

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Black / Grey

 

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Climbing Chest Harness or Chest Harness for Climbing

The DMM Chest Harness is a great addition to any climbing harness. A chest harnessfor climbing is very popular with many Climbing walls and Outdoor Centres; as it can be used with a group climbing harness to prevent inversion after a fall.

DMM has designed the Chest Harness to feature a high quality 44mm webbing construction. The adjustment is vast due to the addition of the ABS buckles that are positioned on each side of the chest. Adjacent to the ABS buckles is the twin tie in point; this tie in point is in the form of two coloured loops on each side of the harness. These are then easily connected by a karabiner or a maillon. There are also two gear loops fitted to the chest harness, these are then positioned on the side, roughly under the arms.


  • General Features
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  • Single Sized
  • 44mm Webbing Construction
  • ABS / Ziplock buckle on each side of the chest
  • Front Central tie in point
  • Cross over patch on the back
  • Gear Loops
  • - one of each side
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