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andrewbanandrew


May 12, 2009, 10:41 AM
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I'm not a chick but three of my female climbing partners love their Singing Rock Rhythm harnesses, and as a bonus they're only $45.

Only downside is that the XS only has two gear loops.


clee03m


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I got ladie's Misty Mountain Cadillac harness, and it is SO comfy. Sometimes I will choose to sit on my harness as apposed to standing because it is so comfortable. I don't think it is bulky or uncomfortable in any way. They make a woman's version where the waist is high enough for me.


artsylady567


Dec 22, 2014, 6:46 PM
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Ethos harness for those all day excursions and Muira lace-ups for the vertical roughness of limestone pocket pulling

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