Sitta Harness

Sitta Harness



The Sitta is a high-end climbing and mountaineering harness for skilled climbers and mountaineers!

Remarkably lightweight, mobile, and comfortable:
  • Extremely thin and flexible waistbelt and leg loops with WIREFRAME Technology: HMPE (high-modulus polyethylene) strands used in the waistbelt and leg loops provide optimal load distribution without the use of foam and the extreme lightness and comfort of the harness make it practically unnoticeable when worn
  • Very compact, freeing up room in your pack
  • The elasticized fixed leg loops and supple leg loop bridge give you total freedom of movement
  • Waistbelt equipped with a DOUBLEBACK HD buckle in forged aluminum, offering good grip and fluid glide of the webbing for easy and quick adjustment
Capacity to carry a large quantity of gear:
  • Two very large, rigid equipment loops in front for racking a lot of gear and to easily clip and unclip tools; mobile separators optimize organization and quick access to quickdraws, nuts, and other gear
  • Two flexible rear gear loops, angled to bring gear to the front and comfortable when carrying a backpack
  • Two slots for CARITOOL tool holder
  • Rear loop for trail line or for carrying belay station gear
Enhanced durability:
  • Bonded construction in the waistbelt avoids pressure points and provides optimal wear resistance
  • The lack of through stitching eliminates chafe and friction zones in the waistbelt
  • Durable, abrasion-resistant exterior fabric
  • Reinforced tie-in points in high-modulus polyethylene (HMPE) for improved resistance to wear from rope friction
Waist belt67-77 cm74-84 cm81-92 cm
Leg loops48-53 cm52-57 cm55-60 cm


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