CAMP USA Energy Harness

CAMP USA Energy Harness
CAMP USA Energy Harness
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Energy Harness by CAMP USA
Camp USA'S Energy Harness complements your active appetite for any climb, whether it's trad, sport, or some plastic thing at the gym. Thermo-formed padding molds to your body for a custom fit that truly makes the Energy your harness. The auto-locking buckle at the waist and sliding adjustments at each leg give the Energy a secure fit. Camp USA equipped this harness with four reinforced gear loops and a haul loop for multi-pitches.

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SKU: CMPJ176
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