Petzl Calidris Harness

Petzl Calidris Harness
Petzl Calidris Harness
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Calidris Harness by Petzl
As the most-padded and comfortable harness in Petzl's line, the Calidris works well for long multi-pitch trad and aid lines. Sliding DoubleBack buckles on the waist and legs can be adjusted easily to accommodate layers for cold days or keep you from going numb at a hanging belay. The Calidris' four gear loops hold a large rack of cams, stoppers, and hooks.

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SKU: PTZ0077
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