Mammut Ophir Harness - Kids'

Mammut Ophir Harness - Kids'
Mammut Ophir Harness - Kids'
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Ophir Harness - Kids' by Mammut
Your child can't wait to grow out of that full body harness and get into the Mammut Kids' Ophir Harness because it has the same look and feel as the harnesses used by strong climbers whipping off the steepest routes at the crag. It features the same Split Webbing technology that maximizes comfort without a bunch of bulky padding or disrupting durability. For safety, the Ophir is reinforced at the tie-in loops, and the belay ring has red webbing underneath the black sheath that, when exposed after seasons of wear-and-tear, indicates when it's time to retire the harness. This harness is fully adjustable with four Slide Bloc buckles that continually accommodate ever-growing children.

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