Edelrid Irupu Canyoneering Harness

Edelrid Irupu Canyoneering Harness
Edelrid Irupu Canyoneering Harness
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Irupu Canyoneering Harness by Edelrid
You'd like to get the most out of your harness before you retire it, and that makes it challenging to know when to get a new one. With the Edelrid Men's Irupu Canyoneering Harness, you'll know when to get a new harness right when you see the webbing's wear-indicators. Since that'll be a way's down the road, Edelrid made the seat protector removable so you can easily replace it.

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SKU: ELR002P
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