Arc'teryx SL-340 Harness

Arc'teryx SL-340 Harness
Arc'teryx SL-340 Harness
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SL-340 Harness by Arc'teryx
At a mere 12 ounces, the SL-340 Harness is a sport climber's dream as well as Arc'teryx's lightest and most compact yet. Warp Strength Technology offers a surprising amount of support and and balanced weight distribution, while Burly Double Weave fabrication lessens pressure points, enhances moisture management capabilities, and ensures long-lasting durability. To keep weight down, Arc'teryx added a single, small, secure, and self-locking buckle at the waist. Despite its simplicity, the SL-340 styles safety markers at the belay loop and tie-in points for a replacement reminder. There are three gear loops, two at each side and one behind that's perfect for anchors and belay devices.

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SKU: ARC009Q
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