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Petzl ASPIC tactical harness
Petzl ASPIC tactical harness
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Our Price: $129.95

Product Code: PC96
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Designed for the military, the ASPIC is a lightweight, compact harness for climbing and mountaineering. The waistbelt and leg loops are lined with breathable perforated foam for comfort when suspended. Waistbelt comfort foam is removable to prioritize lightweight or comfort, depending on the activity or the clothes worn. When attached to the CHEST’AIR chest harness, the ASPIC may be used for helicopter evacuations.

• Waistbelt comfort foam is removable to prioritize lightweight or comfort,depending on the activity or the clothes worn.

• Flexible equipment loops don't interfere with a backpack:
 - four equipment loops (lateral and rear) with waistbelt comfort foam
 - two equipment loops (rear) without waistbelt comfort foam

• Comfortable construction:
 - waistbelt and leg loops lined with breathable perforated foam for comfort when suspended
 - tie-in point design favors mobility when climbing

• Harness is adaptable to a variety of situations:
 - waistbelt comfort foam is removable to prioritize lightweight or comfort, depending on the activity or the clothes worn.

• Practical adjustment:
 - waistbelt and leg loops equipped with self-locking DoubleBack buckles for quick and easy adjustment

• Facilitates carrying equipment
 - flexible equipment loops don't interfere with a backpack: four equipment loops (side and rear) with waistbelt comfort foam, two equipment loops (rear) without the waistbelt comfort foam
 - two CARITOOL tool holder retainers on sides
 - rear loop for haul rope

• One size for easy management of equipment

• May be combined with a CHEST’AIR chest harness for helicopter evacuations

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Petzl CHESTAIR chest harness Petzl CARITOOL tool racking clip EOS
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