Mammut Togir Click Harness - Men's

Mammut Togir Click Harness - Men's
Mammut Togir Click Harness - Men's
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Togir Click Harness - Men's by Mammut
Tailored to the needs of alpine, multi-pitch, and mixed climbing, the Mammut Men's Togir Click Harness offers lightweight construction alongside a host of technical features for enhanced comfort and convenience. Innovative Click buckles allow you to remove the hip belt and leg loops without taking off your crampons or skis when you're getting into high-alpine routes or rappelling down from an anchor point on technical ski descents. Mammut's Split Webbing technology and lamination process maximize freedom of movement while maintaining low overall weight. This technology separates the webbing into two strands that ride over and under your hips, decreasing the amount of padding necessary without sacrificing comfort or safety. Four loops with ice screw attachments conveniently carry your gear on everything from big-wall ascents to mixed climbs. The tie-in protection maximizes longevity through seasons of hard use. Other convenient features include a Drop Seat buckle for bathroom breaks on big walls and a high-strength haul loop for carrying heavy loads up long routes.

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