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The Zero-G Climbing Pro Harness really is all that you could ask for in dangling comfort. We know this because we dangle frequently!
Save some dough and buy a Pro! #1
Mountain Works, Oct 2009
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If you are looking for the ultimate in adjustability with no less than 5 gear loops (plus an option to add two more if you so wish), a double belt buckle for quick and comfortable central belaying and drop down leg loops for when the exposure gets just a tad too exciting - then this is the harness for you.
Equally at home on hanging belays, trad routes, sport routes, indoors, crags, alpine routes and full scale expeditions this little harness really can take you anywhere! So if you have vital measurements of waist 77-114cm and thigh 50-77cm click through now and grab yourself the best harness deal around - you won't be dissappointed!
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