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Airnet Harness

BD6511079086SM_1
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$138.02

The AirNET harness from Black Diamond has been developed with Adam Ondra and the BD athlete team for competition climbing and redpointing, making it your go-to harness for projecting hard sport climbs. The airNET is ultra light, at just 235 grams it feels weightless, and is the lightest featured rock climbing harnesses on the market. It is also form fitting so it moves with you as climb. The load-sharing Dynex net waist belt and leg-loops, covered in highly breathable, abrasion-resistant mesh shell, spread the load so the harness is super comfortable when hanging on your project or taking a whip off it. In addition the leg loops have “no-sew” bonded edge tapes on their borders so they never cut in.
A new revolution in constuction featured on the airNET harness is the Infinity Loop, a continuous seamless belay loop, made from a tubular wrapped piece of Dynex. It has no edges for your belay/rappel biner to catch on. Not only does this make belaying smoother, but it also removes the heart in your mouth moment when your gear pops over the edge of a sewn loop.
The harness features two pressure molded gear loops in the front and two weight saving webbing loops at the back. The Dynex tie-in points are stiffened and durable to make tie in quick and safe. The airNET also uses a standard-sized buckle, so no fussing with tiny buckles when your hands are numb.

HARNESS SIZING:

XS

  • Waist: 24-27" 61-69cm

  • Legs: 17-21" 43-53cm

S

  • Waist: 27-30" 69-76cm

  • Legs: 18-22" 46-56cm

M

  • Waist: 30-33" 76-84cm

  • Legs: 20-24" 51-61cm

L

  • Waist: 33-36" 84-91cm

  • Legs: 22-26" 56-66cm

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The AirNET harness from Black Diamond has been developed with Adam Ondra and the BD athlete team for competition climbing and redpointing, making it your go-to harness for projecting hard sport climbs. The airNET is ultra light, at just 235 grams it feels weightless, and is the lightest featured rock climbing harnesses on the market. It is also form fitting so it moves with you as climb. The load-sharing Dynex net waist belt and leg-loops, covered in highly breathable, abrasion-resistant mesh shell, spread the load so the harness is super comfortable when hanging on your project or taking a whip off it. In addition the leg loops have “no-sew” bonded edge tapes on their borders so they never cut in.
A new revolution in constuction featured on the airNET harness is the Infinity Loop, a continuous seamless belay loop, made from a tubular wrapped piece of Dynex. It has no edges for your belay/rappel biner to catch on. Not only does this make belaying smoother, but it also removes the heart in your mouth moment when your gear pops over the edge of a sewn loop.
The harness features two pressure molded gear loops in the front and two weight saving webbing loops at the back. The Dynex tie-in points are stiffened and durable to make tie in quick and safe. The airNET also uses a standard-sized buckle, so no fussing with tiny buckles when your hands are numb.

HARNESS SIZING:

XS

  • Waist: 24-27" 61-69cm

  • Legs: 17-21" 43-53cm

S

  • Waist: 27-30" 69-76cm

  • Legs: 18-22" 46-56cm

M

  • Waist: 30-33" 76-84cm

  • Legs: 20-24" 51-61cm

L

  • Waist: 33-36" 84-91cm

  • Legs: 22-26" 56-66cm

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Buda
Buda
Oct 06, 2020

Climbing lingerie

Amazingly comfortable, stupidly light, stupidly small bag it comes in, I need to keep checking I’m tied in because I can’t really feel I’ve a harness on, just be careful on the sizing I’m a medium but large fits in this, medium would be too small.
Beware whilst it’s generally very comfortable I wouldn’t Want to strip a route in it

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