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Your climbing harness is a key piece of equipment for top rope rock, lead and sport climbing. The right harness for your type of climbing can improve both performance and safety.

Simple maintenance will help prolong the life of your harness

Protect it from the elements. Keep it in a moderate temperature. When finished climbing, clean and inspect it. Cleaning with water should be sufficient. If you need to get out difficult stains or dirt and tiny rock grains, use a mild soap. Rinse the harness thoroughly to get the soap completely out of the nylon fibers. Let your harness dry in open air shaded from the sun before packing it back into its storage bag.

Extend usable service of the harness

check for frayingInspect your Climbing Harness. Look for signs of wear. Pay special attention to the stitching and tie-in points. When you see visible signs of wear, fading, scratches which tear the weave, or after it has held an extreme fall it's time to get a new one. After your harness has dried, inspect it for signs of wear and tear and fraying at all the seams. Signs of wear will show up better when the harness is clean and dry. Fraying will stand up as shown in the picture. Look carefully at the stitching and seams. Tug gently on the seams and anchor points to make sure they are secure and don't feel loose.

Storage for the harness. Put it someplace protected from sunlight, moisture or humidity, and in moderate temperatures. Exposure to these elements will cause the nylon and seams to degrade. Do not store it in the same closet or shed with paint, thinners, chlorine, bleach, acid or any oxidizing material. Vapors from these chemicals will also degrade the strength of your harness. Before climbing, check again for fraying or loose seams.

Factors to consider when choosing a climbing harness:

Black Diamond Momentum Harness
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Black Diamond Primrose Women's Harness
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Petzl Corax Harness
Fusion Climb Centaur Half Body Harness Orange M-XL for Climbing Gym & Rope Course
Black Diamond Solution Climbing Harness - Men's
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Black Diamond Bod Harness
EDELRID - Jay II Climbing Harness
YaeTact Pro Tree Carving Fall Protection Rock Climbing Equip Gear Rappelling Harness
Black Diamond Momentum DS Climbing Harness
Black Diamond Vario Speed Harness, Grey
Fusion Climb Centaur Kiddo Half Body Children's Climbing Harness Ultra Light, Blue/Orange
Abc Guide Harness
Lukher Climbing Harness - Protect Leg Waist Wider Safe Seat Belts For Mountaineering Outward...
EDELRID - Jayne Climbing Harness, Oasis/Icemint
Thicken Wider Climbing Harness, Oumers Protect Waist Version Waistbelt Wider Safe Seat Belts...
Balai Outdoor Rappelling Harness Belt with Carry Bag Half-body Adjustable Mountain Climbing...
Petzl Corax Climbing Harness Kit (Old Model)
Black Diamond ATC Belay Device
Protect Waist Climbing Harness, Oumers Protect Leg Waistbelt Wider Safe Seat Belts For Mountaineering...
Petzl Aspir Climbing Harness
Fusion Climb Centaur Half Body Harness Black M-XL for Climbing Gym & Rope Course
Mad Rock Mars Climbing Harness
EDELRID - Fraggle II Children's Climbing Harness
Petzl Kids' Macchu Climbing Harness
Mad Rock Mars Climbing Package
Black Diamond Alpine Bod Climbing Harness
Petzl Luna Climbing Harness - Women's
Petzl Adjama Climbing Harness - Men's
Petzl Sama Climbing Harness - Men's
Mad Rock Venus Climbing Harness
Fusion Climb Aluminum Figure 8 Descender Rigging Plate Black Heavy Duty
Kids' Climbing Harness, Full Body Harness, Oumers Safe Belts Guide Harness For Outward Band...
Black Diamond Primrose Women's Harness Package
Black Diamond Wiz Kid Harness
Camp USA Flint Harness
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