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Your Climbing Harness - About.com
A climbing harness is a key piece of your personal climbing equipment. Your harness, with a waist belt and leg loops constructed of sewn webbing, connects ...
How to Buy and Fit a Climbing Harness - About.com
You want to buy a new harness? Here are seven tips on how to fit and buy a climbing harness. If you've never owned a harness before, it's best to shop at a ...
Harness: What is a Climbing Harness? - About.com
Definition of Harness, a climbing equipment word for a safety waist belt with leg loops that is used for rock climbing.
Understanding the Parts of Your Climbing Harness
Your climbing harness, which connects your body to your rope, is a complicated piece of equipment. A harness has lots of parts—straps, buckles, and loops.
Climbing Harnesses - About.com
Your harness is your most important piece of personal equipment when you go climbing. Here you'll learn what are climbing harnesses and how do they work; ...
Different Harness Styles for Different Climbing Styles
Harnesses are specifically made for different types of climbing, including sport, gym, and competition climbing, general all-around climbing, big wall climbing, ...
Rack Equipment on Harness Gear Loops — How to Carry Climbing ...
It's easier to rack your climbing equipment, including cams, nuts, and quickdraws, on the gear loops on your harness rather than on a gear sling carried over ...
How to Check Climbing Gear for Wear and Tear - About.com
Your climbing harness is a key piece of your personal climbing equipment. You use a harness every time you go climb so it gets a lot of use. Harnesses are ...
Learn How to Climb: Tying into the Rope - Climbing - About.com
The climbing knot you tie into the rope with is your literal lifeline. Without a proper knot that's properly tied onto your harness, your rope is useless. The best knot ...
How to Tie a Figure-8 Follow-Through Knot for Climbing
After tying the first Figure-8, thread the end of the rope through the harness loop between your leg loops and pass it up through the harness tie-in point on the ...
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