Mammut Realization Short - Men's Harness

Mammut Realization Short - Men's Harness
Mammut Realization Short - Men's Harness
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Realization Short - Men's Harness by Mammut
Mammut integrated a high-performance harness inside the Men's Realization Short so you can go sport climbing at a moment's notice. This harness utilizes the same Split Webbing technology found on all of Mammut's best harnesses. Split Webbing technology separates the harness's webbing into two strands that ride over and under your hips in order to reduce weight, increase ventilation, and practically eliminate the necessity of padding without hindering your comfort or safety. The shorts have the same closure as most board shorts while the harness features an innovative closure that allows you to fully adjust both the waist and leg loops for your comfort. Two tie-in points rest horizontally to one another in order to keep you comfy during casual occasions without compromising the harness's strength. The shorts resist abrasion, offer a full range of motion, and feature two gear loops, a chalk bag attachment, a slide-in pocket for brushes, and two front and two back pockets.

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SKU: MAM003V
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