CAMP USA Jasper CR3 Harness

CAMP USA Jasper CR3 Harness
CAMP USA Jasper CR3 Harness
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Jasper CR3 Harness by CAMP USA
Whether you're ice climbing in the Catskills or hoofing up slabby routes in Vedauwoo, trust the Camp USA Jasper CR3 Harness to provide day-long performance. Thanks to its versatile construction and do-it-all design, the Jasper CR3 is great for any style of sending: be it single-pitch sport, multi-pitch trad, ice climbing, or all the above. Three auto-locking steel buckles (one at the waist and one at each leg) dial in a personalized fit while thermoformed EVA padding keeps you comfy on hanging belays and falls. Four reinforced gear loops distribute your gear evenly, and integrated slots accommodate Camp's very own Hub racking carabiners for ice screws. Not to mention, the rear haul loop makes attaching your chalk bag to the Jasper easy.

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