Singing Rock Onyx Harness - Men's

Singing Rock Onyx Harness - Men's
Singing Rock Onyx Harness - Men's
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Onyx Harness - Men's by Singing Rock
Whether you're climbing gneiss in the Northeast or hoofing up and over slabby granite in Boulder Canyon, the Singing Rock Men's Onyx Harness is designed to provide lightweight comfort and unobstructed movement. Boasting an ergonomic construction and flat profile, the Onyx features flexible (but fixed) leg loops, durable webbing, and the hardy, self-locking Rock&Lock buckles, which provide smooth tightening and loosening, and makes for smoother transitions at the crag. The EVA padded waist belt and leg loops are fashioned with breathable PES fabric that assures ample breathability and is also abrasion-resistant for long days spent in the desert or the New River Gorge. Additionally, the Onyx touts four newly redesigned, braided gear loops that are shaped specifically to facilitate the removal and addition of climbing gear, while the fixed bridge between the leg loops ensures added safety.

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SKU: SNG0002
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