Mammut Alnasca Harness - Men's

Mammut Alnasca Harness - Men's
Mammut Alnasca Harness - Men's
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Alnasca Harness - Men's by Mammut
The Alnasca is Mammut's lightest climbing harness tailored for sport. It combines Mammut's most innovative technologies; Split webbing reduces weight without inhibiting durability or pressure distribution, while Mammut's Frame technology laminates the split webbing to mesh for a breathable, flexible feel. The Alnasca also touts a single self-locking waist buckle with elastic leg loops for easy on-and-off. There are two stiff gear loops that hold plenty of quickdraws, and two flexible gear loops behind hold belay gear as well as a few more draws.

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