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CAMP ALP 95 Harness

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CAMP Alp 95 Back View
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• Ski Mountaineering, Alpinism, Mountaineering, Adventure Racing
• World’s lightest climbing harness!
• Packs down to the size of a small fist
• Fully tested and certified according to UIAA and CE norms
• Highly breathable and fast drying
• One carabiner loop on each side of the waist belt for racking

The lightest harness in the world! Put it on and never take it off—you won’t even know it’s there. The Alp 95 features an adjustable waist and a single tie-in point for great functionality while mountaineering. Made from strong and durable webbing fixed with edge-load construction to 3-D mesh padding.

Ice Clip Slots: 
Your rating: None Average: 6.7 (3 votes)

Technical Specifications

Weight 95 g
Weight per Size
Gender Unisex
Sizes Available
Gear Loops 2 Gear loops
Ice Clip Slots No
Belay (loop or tie in) Tie-In
Waist Buckle Type Manual Doubleback
Leg Buckle Type None (it stretches)
Drop Seat No
Haul Loop No (0kN)
Size Chart

User Reviews

  • 6.02

    So light you forget you're wearing it

    by Nicolai
    Super light
    comfortable under a pack
    Friends will think you're crazy

    I've been using the previous version with a different tie-in loop and non-adjustable waist belt for a few years. The new design seems much better.
    Even though my friends think I'm crazy for wearing a "g-string" harness, I love it! It weighs far less than other harnesses and packs down to the size of a fist. It's super comfortable under a pack. I've tried hanging upside down and it felt secure. This harness is certified for ski mountaineering and NOT climbing, but I use it for alpine climbing and mountaineering anyway. I found it to be surprisingly comfortable while rappelling, though a hanging belay isn't likely to be fun. Since the leg loops aren't adjustable, try it in-store before buying. Putting more than a few items on the gear loops causes the harness to droop on my hips, so that's not recommended; should be less of a problem with the new design. You have to remove the harness to drop your pants if nature calls.