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PERSONAL GEAR


PMI® SPECTRUM HARNESS


A simple yet comfortable and versatile sport harness designed to adjust to a variety of users. Perfect choice for use on a ropes course or climbing wall.


Key Features: Adjustable waist (24” to 48”) and adjustable leg loops (up to 34”) • The Standard size adjusts to fit sizes Small, Medium, and Large


Waist: 24”- 48” » Leg: Up to 34” Red


15.1 oz (426 g) USA MADE SG51112 $78.00


HARNESSES


PMI®


PI T VIPER HARNESS


This caving harness features a low profile and very low frontal attachment point, making it an excellent choice for cave exploration or cave rescue. Designed to work with the Frog chest harness.


Key Features: Adjustable waist and leg loops • Abrasion guards over the backs of each leg loop • Two gear loops • Add your own 10 mm screw link (page 58) to close the front


Red


Standard Large


USA MADE


Waist: 27”- 39” Leg: 20”- 26” 1 lbs (454 g) Waist: 32”- 55” Leg: 24”- 30” 1.06 lbs (476 g)


SG51038 SG51046


$85.00 $85.00


PMI®


DELTA HARNESS


The Delta has everything you need: a lightweight seat harness with maximum comfort for tactical operations, theatrical use, or any rigging or rescue application.


Key Features: Lightweight • Adjustable waist and legs • Comfortable padding • Custom gear loop kit • Quick clip front attachment point • Quick adjust buckles on the legs • Secure double back buckle on the waist


Black


Standard Large-XL


USA MADE


Waist: 31”- 45” Leg: 20”- 33” 1.44 lbs (658 g) Waist: 37”- 55” Leg: 23”- 37” 1.63 lbs (748 g)


SG51110 SG51111


$115.00 $115.00


PERSONAL GEAR


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