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Mammut Baffin 2007
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Mammut Baffin 2007

 
Mammut Baffin 2007

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Mammut Baffin 2007

Manufacturer: Mammut

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Page By: delmarco

Created/Edited: Feb 26, 2008 / Feb 26, 2008

Object ID: 4854

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Product Description

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Features

MAMMUT Baffin Harness
Mammut's Baffin Harness is all-purpose sit-harness for trad climbing, ice climbing, and mountaineering. Features wide-padded leg loops and click buckles for a great range of adjustability.

3D mesh padding for maximal breathability
4 molded, asymmetrical gear loops made of HYTREL® (durable plastic)
Conical, padded hip-belt is built to match the curve of your body
Functional drop seat buckle and haul loop
Slide-Bloc buckles on the waist and legs eliminate the need to double-back
Patented Tie-In Protector guards the harness from abrasion and wear
Comes in two sizes: XS-M, M-XL

Weight 1 lb .6 oz.
Weight (grams) 470 g
Padded Waist Belt Yes
Padded Leg Loops Yes
Adjustable Leg Loops Yes
Gear Loops 4
Fits Waist Hip circumference:
XS-M: about 25.5 -34 in.
M-XL: about 35 - 42 in.
Leg Loop Size Thigh circumference:
XS-M: about 19-23.5 in.
M-XL: about 22.5-27.5 in.

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delmarcoGreat Harness!

Voted 5/5

Initially picked this up for a summer sports harness to replace my ill-fitting MAMMUT Focus and Mirage harness and now I use this all the time. Perfect fit, and so easy to put on and take off via the slide-bloc buckles even with big alpine gloves on.

NOTE: As of 2008 the sizing is way off on the Baffin Harness sold in the USA. XS-M will fit all waists from minimum size to 34/35 inches and the M-XL is actually more like a USA XL/XXL and made for 36 inch waists and up.
I'm a 33 inch waist and ended up exchanging for the XS-M which fits perfect!

POSITIVES: Style, Function, Easy to put on/take off. Plenty of gear loops, light, Comfortable (doesn't ride high like most harness), Fully adjustible. Price is cheap. At $60 this Mammut brand's flagship climbing harness this harness will definately out do other harness costing twice as much.

NEGATIVES: Fit seems to be way off for the marked sized on the harnesses sold in the USA Market. Good quality harness but doesn't have that lifetime status feel to it(compared to my Petzl Dyonisis, which lasted 10+ years of very hard use, the Baffin may give about 5-7 years of similar hard use).
Posted Feb 26, 2008 9:19 am

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