Beal Ellipse XT Harness

Beal Ellipse XT Harness
Beal Ellipse XT Harness
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Ellipse XT Harness by Beal
With a trad-specific construction, Beal's Ellipse XT Harness holds your cams right where you want them when you're climbing sandstone splitters. The gear loops are set farther behind compared to most harnesses so your cams stay out of the way in wider sections. Beal's Web-Core technology decreases weight without hindering overall strength, and a wider waist ensures comfort on multi-pitches.

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SKU: BEA001R
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