Petzl Aquila Harness

Petzl Aquila Harness
Petzl Aquila Harness
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Aquila Harness by Petzl
The Aquila Harness is Petzl's top-performing all-arounder, ideal for sport cragging, traditional multi-pitches, or alpine climbs. FuseForm construction keeps the harness light and thin for easy packing, and its thermo-formed padding boasts a surprising amount of comfort. The padding, webbing, and gear loops are all fused together to eliminate pressure points whether you're at hanging belays or just hanging below the crux.

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SKU: PTZ007F
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