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Conterra 355035 Adjusta-Pro Chest Harness
|Price:||$37.25 & FREE Shipping|
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- Originally designed for ski patrols and mountain rescue, this one-size-fits-all radio harness will instantly adjust to hold any sized radio snugly to your chest without the use of multiple Velcro straps or buckles found on lesser quality harnesses.
- The vertical orientation of the radio improves reception, extends antenna life, and reduces the chance of chest injury during a fall.
- The unique suspension system virtually guarantees that your harness will not bounce or swing.
- The harness features all Cordura construction, a large cargo pocket, pen pouch and twin elastic antenna keepers.
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|Item Dimensions||4.72 x 4.72 x 4.72 inches|
|Item Display Weight||4 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||8.82 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1 pound|
Top Customer Reviews
If you carry a radio on your harness, it will be destroyed or lost (this is the voice of experience here). When you're sketched on a climb you are not thinking about the fact that you are beating the snot out of the radio by banging it against the rocks and your rack. Loose or poorly-tethered radios have a way of jumping off your body when you aren't watching, usually when you are at least half-way up a pitch.
In my search for a good way to carry the radio I remembered having seen chest harnesses. I bought this particular one because it is made here in WA state, not too far from where I live, but as it turns out I don't think I could have done better no matter where it was made; this harness is nicely made.
Most of the people I climb with do not usually have radios so they are not prepared to carry one in a place where they can get at it while climbing or belaying. I bought two of these harnesses, so that I have one to loan to my partner while we're climbing.
Turns out that this harness is also great for carrying a gps, camera, notepad, and other little items. It keeps a GPS and camera out of the way while hiking or climbing, yet handy. You can run with this on, and it won't flop around. I find that it is comfortable to wear all day.
The harness doesn't interfere too much with pack straps, but the buckles on the back to tend to chew up the lining of the back pad on my pack. I put a wrap of athletic tape over the buckle to solve that problem.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought it for use with softshell jacket which has no radio pouch. Decision was made based on several recommendations and using loaners during prior season. Read morePublished 19 months ago by MIkeZ
I use this item for hunting. It holds my tracking radio and anything that I need while I'm hunting.Published 21 months ago by Brian D. Holland
The size of the pocket was smaller than I expected. But to be fair, it was as advertised. Only wish I had paid more and gotten the larger size.Published 22 months ago by Charles F. Johnson
Easy to adjust. Easy to get into. Durable construction. I like it, and when one of mine was stolen I bought the same item to replace it.Published 23 months ago by J. Bailey