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Loopo II

P562Z21731
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$49.33
$92.08

The Edelrid Loopo II is an ultra light climbing harness for performance orientated sport, indoor and competitions. The Loopo II works without a buckle thus helping to reduce the weight to 259g making this Edelrid innovation one of the lightest Climbing harnesses on the market. A very high level of comfort is attained thanks to the ergonomic design which hugs the waist line and thighs giving a maximum sit comfort at such a low weight. Standard are two integral and extremely sturdy gear loops and additional gear loops. The Edelrid Loopo II is no compromise harness for all vertical disciplines were minimum weight and maximal comfort is required.

Details:

  • Weight - 259g
  • Gear Loops - 2
  • Load bearing edge binding
  • Double tie in points
  • Anatomically designed leg loops with stretch inserts for optimal fit
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The Edelrid Loopo II is an ultra light climbing harness for performance orientated sport, indoor and competitions. The Loopo II works without a buckle thus helping to reduce the weight to 259g making this Edelrid innovation one of the lightest Climbing harnesses on the market. A very high level of comfort is attained thanks to the ergonomic design which hugs the waist line and thighs giving a maximum sit comfort at such a low weight. Standard are two integral and extremely sturdy gear loops and additional gear loops. The Edelrid Loopo II is no compromise harness for all vertical disciplines were minimum weight and maximal comfort is required.

Details:

  • Weight - 259g
  • Gear Loops - 2
  • Load bearing edge binding
  • Double tie in points
  • Anatomically designed leg loops with stretch inserts for optimal fit

Customer questions

Q

I am interested in Edelrid Loopo II with leg loop adjustment (assuming this is Lollipop).
Could you recommend the size to order for someone with waist 30in, hip 35in and leg circumference 20.5in please?

A

I would suggest the small. This has a waist range beginning at 30 inches, which should be fine considering your hip measurement. The largest leg measurement of the extra small is 19.5 inches, which would make it a fraction too small for you.

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Average rating

Based on 30 ratings
4.7

Product reviews (5)

Bri St
Bri St
Dec 28, 2016

This harness is amazingly light and yet perfectly comfortable and functional for indoor and sport climbing. Recommended if you're after freedom of movement and saving weight, just try it on if at all possible as the sizing (as with other Edelrid products I've noticed) can be slightly smaller than other brands, especially compared to US brands, and there is no adjustment as such. I'd perhaps suggest then that if you are thinking whether or not to go up or down a size when ordering, go larger. And it looks spot on too!

Ivan Ikikame de Oliveira
Ivan Ikikame de Oliveira
Dec 14, 2016

I've had the Edelrid Loopo for about 2 years when my first was stolen and so I went on for buying another. The Loopo design has a very confortable mechanic bodyweight distribution for a light harness. I do eventually belay using the Edelrid Loopo, though it worries me that the opposite loops do have different force vectors pushing the carabiners sideways. That either weakens it's maximun KN or always spins the carabiner. In general I love my Edelrid Loopo and recomend having one.

Rich Jam
Rich Jam
Sep 25, 2016

Its comfy, easy to get on and off, nice to fall in, can start to slip down a little if you've racked up and are walking about on the ground.
Only problem is when you reach a lower off and want to attach to bolts and untie to thread ropes, the lack if space on a belay loop (it doesn't have one, not the normal type) makes it a bit faffy.
I've added my own with webbing and thick accessory cord, but this will never be as safe as a sewn in belay loop, and you should check up on best knots for webbing etc, ... eg Waterknot, but which can slip after cycling through about 700 loading/unloading events, so add stopper knots, or use e. g. 7mm accessory cord tying a loop with double fisgermens knot, or you could just permanently attach a locking carabiner.
The lack of a buckling belt had me worried about hanging inverted and slipping out, but it holds well.

Elliot Jones
Elliot Jones
Sep 02, 2014

The most comfortable harness I have ever used. Small belay loops may be a problem for some but for pushing your sport climbing I can't recommend this enough, like falling into a sofa!

liam toothill
liam toothill
Jan 08, 2013

25yrs climbing, spain can,t rem how many times, france same, sardinia,Croatia, canada, usa, turkey,afghanistan, and 16 yrs supervision industrial climbing experience at 1000ft. will test in Riglos with woody , watch this space!!

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