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Trim, slick and lightweight, the bestselling Vision series has been re-imagined and boosted for 2010 to create a future classic collection of quick-cinch, Ziplock- buckled models. An inspired range of rigs that deliver total confidence, Visions have an awesome fit and safety in spades for all your adventures whatever your mission and are in store now. With our 2010 range we have added a Sport and two new Kids models as well as creating a stylish new look for these bestselling harnesses.
The secret of the Vision's success is their pared down approach which results from our 'binding loaded' waist belt and leg loops. This method of construction dispenses with the more traditional webbing 'wrap' and keeps weight to the minimum whilst maintaining the maximum of comfort.
The Vision's also keep all the hallmarks of Wild Country quality in their stitching, strength and security – with Ziplock buckle waists and the bonus of our Ziplock leg loop buckles too - all a fantastic prices.
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