Elk River- Pinnacle Tower 6 D-Ring was my choice, but
the other that you need to check is the SALA ExoFit XP
Tower Climbing Harness
read and are good items, depending of your needs
--- Jim McDonald <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I bought my climbing belt with butt strap 30+ years
> ago. It was the best I
> could find at the time. Now there are federal
> safety standards, and the
> body harnesses have not just two D rings on the
> waist but two more on the
> butt strap, one of the back for fall arrest, plus
> maybe another one on the
> chest (why?).
> Specific models are mentioned on the reflector from
> time to time, but I
> wonder if we could get a quick series of posts of
> recommended harnesses,
> fall arrest lanyards (one or two pieces?), and
> positioning lanyards. Steve,
> K7LXC, sells one, and a Google search will turn up
> lots more to the point of
> being confusing.
> I don't know what a double-lever activation snap is.
> What's a capstan or
> mule operator?
> Even if a good system is $400, the cost is
> irrelevant in my opinion. It's
> like the joke about no one on their deathbed saying
> they wished they'd spent
> more time at the office. It's about priorities, and
> not creating hams'
> Specific recommendations? I think now is a good
> time with this wake-up
> Jim N7US
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