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Harness Guide

Aspiring harness features

  • All Aspiring harnesses have attachment points which are at or above the level of the waist belt, to prevent inverting and falling head-first in a fall (see Harness Use).
  • Aspiring harnesses are designed with the load-bearing stitching on the inside of the webbing, so that it is not exposed to damage on the outside of the harness.
  • All gear loops are strong enough to hold well in excess of body weight, to guard against an attachment mistake (the actual strength varies with the harness model).
  • Each harness has a strength well in excess of the European standard requirement of 15 kN. Minimum strengths range from 18 – 28 kN, depending on the harness.
Harness
PurposeWeightStrengthPaddingSizes
RockyRock Climbing, Mountaineering400g22 kNYesS, M, L, XL
Stratos Men’sRock Climbing, Mountaineering425 g22 kNYesS, M, L, XL
Stratos Women’sRock Climbing, Mountaineering425 g22kNYesXS, S, M, L,
ClassicMountaineering, Abseiling, Ski Touring280 g18kNNoXS, S, M, L, XL
AdventureOutdoor Education, Abseiling, Climbing Gyms, Canyoning500 g>24kNNoS, M, XL
DuplexRopes Course, Abseiling900 g24kNNoXS, S, M, L
InstructorOutdoor Instruction900 g>24kNYesS, M, L
SpeleoCaving520 g20kNNoS, M, L
Full harnessAbseiling, Ropes Course520 g20kNLeg loopsS, M, L
RescueCliff Rescue, Helicopter Work1.1 kg20kNYesS, M, L
Fall-safeWork at height – fall arrest1.45 kg22kNNoS, M, L
TowerRope Access, Helicopter Rescue, Tower Work2.45 kg20kNYesS, M, L
Work-positioning Work At Hight – Work-Positioning1.25 kg20kNYesS, M, L
ArboristAboriculture1.6 kg22kNYesS, M, L

 

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