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Black Diamond Couloir Harness

For technical big mountain lines, crevassed ski terrain or moderate glacier climbs, the Black Diamond Couloir harness is a full-featured technical harness that packs down to the size of an orange and easily stashes in your pack or jacket pocket. Designed with a full-strength belay loop, the Couloir features low-profile comfort with a Speed buckle closure that makes for easy on and off while wearing skis or crampons. Two Ice Clipper slots pair with an integrated ice screw slot in each leg loop to reduce clanking during long approaches and flat glacier travel, and two webbing gear loops secure cordalettes, extra biners and other essential gear.

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For technical big mountain lines, crevassed ski terrain or moderate glacier climbs, the Black Diamond Couloir harness is a full-featured technical harness that packs down to the size of an orange and easily stashes in your pack or jacket pocket.…

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$64.95
Specs Sizing
  • Redesigned ultralight construction with hydrophobic fabric
  • Speed buckle for easy on/off while wearing skis or crampons
  • Two webbing gear loops
  • Four Ice Clipper slots with ice screw slot in each leg loop to reduce clanking
  • Full-strength belay loop
  • Extremely light, packable and low profile
  • Primary fabric is bluesign approved
  • Series :  Specialty
  • Weight :  215 g (7.5 oz)
Size XS/S S/M M/L L/XL XXL
Waist 24-30" 27 - 33" 30 - 3" 33 - 39" 36 - 44"
Legs 17-20" 19 - 24" 21 - 26" 23 - 27" 25 -34"

 

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Reviews 54321 5/5 stars based on 1 reviews.

   

Great for low-angle and crevasse travel

Easy to put on over crampons/skis and compact enough to minimize pack space. It would be nice to have one usable gear loop - soft fabric and gloves are not a good mixture.

Use Situation: Used for Denali

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Lightweight and easy on/off

As billed, this is a lightweight mountaineering harness. Having just used this harness to summit Mount Rainier I would recommend it to anyone who is heading that way. If you plan on using it for ice or rock climbing as well as mountaineering you may want to go for something with wider leg straps for more comfort. For my needs this proved to be ideal. I would recommend highly. It is a little tough to weave the webbing through the buckles but with practice it does become easier.

Use Situation: Mountaineering - climbed Mount Raiinier

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54321   

Lightweight-you don't even know you are wearing it.

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