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The Zephir Altitude - tuck in
Mammut , Dec 2013
Well, fear not. Tuck into the turkey, pile into the puddings and sup on the sherry because any extra pounds gained can be quickly and easily offest by the Zephir Altitude harness from Mammut.
By swopping your existing harness with the lightweight Zephir Altitude - which weighs in at only 215g - you can eat, drink and be merry over the festive season. Simply slip on the Zephir Altitude when you next climb and any weight difference will simply disappear!
Not only is it lightweight but its extremely low packing volume means extra space for cold turky sandwiches and Christmas cake. Split webbing technology and Dyneema webbing not only offers exceptional strength and comfort but its breathability allows detox perspiration from alcoholic excess to escape your body quickly and easily.
Other features include:
Avoid disappointment - buy today! And if you're worried about how long term excess can affect your summer climbing check out the Zephir at 250g!
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