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The Lotus by Black Diamond is a 4-season, all-around harness designed to meet the needs of the go anywhere, year round female climber.
Black Diamond's premier harness for ice and mixed climbing, the Xenos has been designed and built using Kinetic Core Construction.
The Petzl Luna Harness delivers increased comfort for the female climbers with its shaped Frame Construction technology.
The new Petzl Selena Harness is better tailored to a women's physique. Great for cragging and long routes, very breathable on hot days.
Designed for the female form with the features needed for all-around performance, Black Diamond's Iris Harness is engineered to fit in every respect: waist, rise and leg loop circumference.
Equipped with Black Diamond's new pre-threaded Speed Adjust buckle on the waistbelt and the contoured leg loops, the Primrose SA's fit can be dialed in quickly with one hand.
The Petzl Women's Luna Harness features easily adjustable leg loops and waist as well as perforated closed-cell foam padding to ensure a precise fit and excellent comfort.
Petzl designed the Women's Selena Harness with a combination of perforated closed-cell foam and mesh material to provide excellent ventilation and help you stay cool on hot days.
Metolius designed the Womens Safe Tech Deluxe Harness with a few things in mindsafety, durability, all-day comfort, and the female physique.
Mammut Ophira Harness - Women's
Mammut Ophira 3 Slide Harness - Women's
CAMP USA designed the Womens Jade CR Climbing Harness to address all the little discomforts rock goddesses face with typical performance harnesses.
Black Diamond Lotus Harness - Women's
Black Diamond Siren Harness - Women's
Black Diamond Aura Harness - Women's
The Arc'teryx Women's R280 Rock Climbing Harness is proof that a little material goes a long way.
Thanks to Warp Strength Technology and a thoughtfully engineered design, the Arc'teryx Women's R280 Climbing Harness provides high-level comfort for only 10.1oz.
Consistent 40+ degree pitch of sheer bliss for 1200+ feet. In low snow years, a narrow choke can develop about half way down, other wise the couloir is quite wide.