Edelrid Autana Harness - Women's

Edelrid Autana Harness - Women's
Edelrid Autana Harness - Women's
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Autana Harness - Women's by Edelrid
Like most climbers, the Edelrid Autana Harness is performance-oriented. It thrives on the most demanding routes around whether they're in a gym or a multi-pitch at the ice crag. It has a wide force distribution that cradles your falls with cushy 3D padding and soft edges. There's an auto-locking buckle at the waist, and the smaller buckles at the leg loops detach to accommodate crampons. Edelrid instilled a bright Dyneema indicator at the tie-in point to let you know when it's time to get another harness. There are five gear loops total, as well as two ice screw attachments and a back loop for chalk bags.

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SKU: ELRC03L
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