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A new high point in harness construction – instead of using bulky foam padding for comfort, the WARP technology used in this harness is designed to distribute load evenly across the entire structure. The wide waistbelt and legs spread the load from edge to edge rather than a thin stip of weight-bearing webbing in the centre. This makes it extremely light and incredibly supple. It conforms to your body while you're wearing it, and folds down compactly for packing.
R320 Harness (Men's)
Big Stone, Apr 2008
The R-320 harness is the Arc'Teryx high performance jack of all trades, deftly able to switch between trad climbing and sport. Four gear loops and a haul loop make racking up for multi-pitch routes simple, and the WST waist and leg loops deliver unified structural support and comfort.
You can learn more about the new range of Arc'teryx harnesses for 2008 at this special website: www.arcteryx.com/warp
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