Win a Jay II or Jayne II Harness from EDELRID

by Edelrid 05/Oct/2017
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, 198 kb

The Jay II and Jayne II harnesses from EDELRID are affordable, versatile and comfortable for all-day use. Three lucky climbers can win the harness of their choice simply by learning a bit more about them and then answering one simple question. To be in with a chance, check out the details below:

Jay II (RRP: £60)

Jay II, 138 kb

The Jay is the perfect all-rounder, with adjustable leg loops, for all types of climbing. Features include: 3D mesh padding for optimal support and comfort; three Easy Glider buckles for easy and secure fitting; moveable foam waist padding that allows the tie-in point and the four fixed gear loops to be centred and aligned; an abrasion protector at the tie-in point; as well as four asymmetric gear loops, two ice screw clip attachments and a chalk bag loop.

Jayne II (RRP: £60)

Jayne II, 206 kb

The Jayne II includes all of the same practical and comfortable features as the men's equivalent but with one crucial difference. It is designed with a longer rise and a smaller waist belt, ensuring that it provides a better fit for the female body.

For further design insights take a look at this video, where EDELRID's Daniel Gebel walks you through the ins and outs of both harnesses:

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Q1: How much does a Jay II harness weigh?

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