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Striking, fully featured, original designs, Wild Country's latest harness range once again demonstrates a commitment to innovation. Eight totally new models with slick Ziplock buckles and exclusive new materials make our most advanced harness range ever the ones to choose in 2013.
James Pearson shows of his new Eclipse on Pulsar E5 6c
Dave Simmonite, May 2013
© Wild Country
Stylish and light, these new models have a totally new construction that brings together exclusively sourced new materials. Blended by our designers, these new fabrics create a robust, slim, laminate centred on our incredible new LST (load spread technology) webbing. Shaped across a range of belts it's a combination that provides maximum flexibility but minimum weight and bulk.
Our subtle designs with consistent, classic colours are further enhanced by combining compact, smooth, new Ziplock buckles with a slim new webbing on waist and legs. Fully featured, with men's and women's models, complementary new racking systems, new haul loops, ice racks and a super durable finish, there's a model for everyone.
The range is split into three complementary groups, with three levels of features to choose from depending on your requirements, with the Eclipse men's and Aurora women's being our the most fully featured trad climbing models.
Lightweight and superbly shaped, the stylish Aurora is designed to provide a performance orientated option on big days out. Reassuringly secure and underwritten by our 'Load Spread Technology' belt and leg loops, the adaptable Aurora has a flexible, figure hugging fit for consistent comfort. Smooth Ziplock buckles are easily adjusted on legs and waist and coming with five moulded gear loops just where they're needed it racks superbly - and has a neat haul loop too.
A genuine all rounder the Aurora is a great option for active, action women across a wide range of disciplines. Trad, multi-pitch, winter, alpine sport.
Features: Women specific sizing, 'Load Spread Technology' laminate belt and leg loops, DWC500 durable outer, 20mm Ziplock buckle waist, 16mm Ziplock leg loops, Five moulded gear racks, 'Batwing' belt shaping, 16mm 22kn Belay loop, Haul loop. Three sizes XS, S, M
Fully featured, light, with a standout style and precise fit, the Eclipse is a versatile adventure orientated harness. Cleverly contoured to enhance movement, with our light and supportive 'Load Spread Technology' webbing inside, it's comfortable over long periods even fully racked up. Designed for long days out in summer or winter well proven Ziplock buckles give precise and slick adjustment on both waist and legs. Five well positioned new moulded gear loops give plenty of racking for big day out and a neat haul loop should come in useful too.
A supremely comfortable, durable adventure orientated all rounder. Trad, multi-pitch, winter, alpine, sport.
Features: 'Load Spread Technology' laminate belt and leg loops, DWC500 durable outer, 20mm Ziplock buckle waist, 16mm Ziplock leg loops, Five moulded gear racks, 'Batwing' belt shaping, 16mm 22kn Belay loop, Haul loop. Three sizes S, M, L.
You can see the rest of our new harness range here.
And you can see a short video with James Pearson showcasing the new Wild Country harnesses below.
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