♢ The Best Climbing Harnesses
Climbing harnesses have been around since the 1960’s and have become increasingly popular along with the sport of rock climbing. You won’t need a harness if you are bouldering near the ground or if you are a beginner that would prefer to rent a harness at the local climbing gym. However, most experts agree that investing in one of the best climbing harnesses is a smart choice to make. Climbing harnesses get the load off the waist and onto the thighs, and they help you to stay safe while climbing tall mountains or walls. Along with a safe climbing harness, make sure you have one of the best climbing helmets.
♢ Best Climbing Harness
Part of what makes some of these the best climbing harnesses are the durability, fit, type, and price. There are Sports/Gym harnesses, Traditional harnesses, Ice/Mixed harnesses, Alpine/Mountaineering harnesses, and specialized harnesses. If you need help understanding the parts of a harness or a detailed breakdown on types of harnesses, check out this post.
|Black Diamond||Black Diamond Solution Guide||$99.95|
|Black Diamond||Black Diamond Solution||$74.95|
|Black Diamond||Black Diamond Momentum||$59.95|
|Mammut||Mammut Ophir 4 Slide||$74.95|
|Black Diamond||Black Diamond airNET||$159.95|
♢ Best Climbing Harness For Beginners
If you are a beginner, picking the best climbing harness can be overwhelming because of all the choices. Our table will list all of the best options for a beginner rock climber.