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Mammut Ophir 3 Slide Harness

Mammut Ophir 3 Front View
Mammut Ophir 3 Side View
Mammut Ophir 3 Front View
Mammut Ophir 3 Side View

Based on the Ophir, the Ophir 3 Slide is equipped with adjustable leg loops, making it a versatile all-rounder for rock and alpine routes. This climbing harness is distinguished by maximum freedom of movement and excellent comfort, combined with a low weight and high breathability, not to mention its excellent design and convincing value for money. -Special two-part webbing construction ensures maximum comfort
-Full safety and easy adjustment through 3 Slide Bloc buckles
-Patented tie-in protector prevents the harness from abrasion damage
-4 gear loops
-Functional Drop Seat buckle
-Very strong haul loop

Gear Loop Range: 
Ice Clip Slots: 
Your rating: None Average: 4.3 (4 votes)

Technical Specifications

Weight 420 g
Weight per Size
Gender Unisex
Sizes Available
Gear Loops 4 Gear loops
Ice Clip Slots No
Belay (loop or tie in) One Loop
Waist Buckle Type Quick Adjust
Leg Buckle Type Quick Adjust
Drop Seat Yes
Haul Loop Yes (0kN)
Size Chart

User Reviews

  • 4.06

    Standard Harness

    by jamesnater
    Great beginner harness
    good for all around
    Can become uncomfortable over time

    This was the first harness I've ever owned. I first owned the Medium size, but after a few months of use it had stretched to the point where it no longer fit snug (though this is partially because I was barely a medium). After sizing correctly, the harness fit just great. I've used it for sport, trad, and top roping at the gym, it is a very versatile harness. On multi-pitch climbs I've done in the past, it has become uncomfortable at hanging belays giving me "wall hips" that feel bruised for days. This could be due to my skinniness though. After about 2 years, it still works, just not the most comfy harness on multi-pitch days.

  • 4.06

    Best harness for my cheep ass

    by Sean
    Quick on
    I can hang on it for two hours or so before getting uncomfortable
    a good mix of inexpensive and comfortable.
    Removable elastic that connects the leg loops to the waist loop falls off sometimes

    I have climbed in this harness for about a year now and its doing great. Ive done some multi pitch on it where I was wearing it for around 6 hours and hanging on it for about 3 hours and it was comfortable for most of the time. I've also belayed countless beginners with this harness and it has taken falls well. My only peeve is the elastic band from the back of the leg loops that connects to the harness is attached to a poorly designed hook that commonly falls off. This can easily be modified however.