Altitude Harness

Altitude Harness

$79.95

The Petzl Altitude harness is an ultralight, ultra-compact mountaineering harness perfect for shaving grams when weight is the upmost concern, but you aren't willing to sacrifice any performance. 

Ultra-lightweight and compact: 
- only 150 g (size S/M)
- minimal bulk, when packed in its bag

Can be donned while wearing skis or crampons:
- dons with feet on the ground
- the DOUBLEBACK LIGHT buckle and tightening strap are easy to operate, even with gloves

Optimal simplicity and accessorization: 
- four equipment loops totally integrated into the harness to minimize interference when wearing a backpack
- each leg loop has a keeper with siliconized interior, for positioning an ice screw
- streamlined design with waistbelt and leg loops using WIREFRAME Technology construction

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