Petzl Hirundos Harness

Petzl Hirundos Harness
Petzl Hirundos Harness
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Hirundos Harness by Petzl
Since the Hirundos Harness is Petzl's lightest climbing harness, it's also the least padded, which is fine with you because the only time you're going to use it is when you're lowering off onsights. FuseFrame construction keeps this harness thin and slim, and it has thermo-molded padding inside for the slightest touch of cush--just in case you do punt off the climb. All the webbing, gear loops, and even the ice tool holders have been fused together to practically eliminate pressure points.

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SKU: PTZ007K
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