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Mammut Mirage Harness 2006 - 2011
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Mammut Mirage Harness 2006 - 2011

Mammut Mirage Harness 2006 -  2011

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Mammut Mirage Harness 2006 - 2011

Manufacturer: Mammut

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 - 2 Votes


Page By: delmarco

Created/Edited: Feb 23, 2008 / Feb 24, 2012

Object ID: 4824

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Product Description





Ideal for alpine terrain and sport climbs at the crag, the Mammut Mirage harness combines comfort, light weight and ease of use.
Full-strength edge taping spreads the load over the entire width of the belt
Hypalon® structure provides excellent support
Slide Bloc buckle at waist maintains the proper double-back configuration; adjustable leg loops allow you to add layers for cold-weather climbing
Tie-in protector slows wear and tear, ensuring long-lasting use
Trapezoidal-shaped leg loops provide a comfortable, anatomic fit
Four molded gear loops effectively rack quickdraws and trad gear
Soft, skin-friendly padding material with 3-D mesh lining wicks away moisture to reduce chafing
Drop seat and haul loop come in handy on long routes
Weight (see spec chart) is based on size Medium. Harness sizing specifications are as follows:

Small - waist 26 - 30.5 in.; leg 19.5 - 26 in.
Medium - waist 28 - 33 in.; leg 21 - 27.5 in.
Large - waist 30.5 - 35.5 in.; leg 22.5 - 29 in.
X Large - waist 33 - 38 in.; leg 24 - 30.5 in.


Item 768095


Weight - 470 grams
Padded waist - Yes
Padded leg loops - Yes
Adjustable leg loops - Yes
Gear racking - Yes
Belay loop - Yes
Fits waist - 26 to 38 inches
Leg loop size - 19.5 to 30.5 inches
Droppable leg loops - Yes



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delmarcoDecent Budget Harness! Fit could be better.

Voted 4/5

I basically used this for ice climbing during the 2006/2007 season. It is also known as the MAMMUT Focus harness on european websites.

PROS: Style, Comfortable, Drop-able Leg loops are cool, Plenty of gear loops, Seems durable. At $39 the price is decent.

CONS: Fit is way off. I'm a 33 inch waist and had to get a Large in this harness so the waist could fit properly, then I realized the leg loops are a little bigger than they should be for a Large harness.
On the Medium the waist was too small but the leg loops fit. Which is why I relegated these to winter climbing so that I could bulk up under the leg loops with layers and they now fit. Clips and Buckles are really tiny (as in miniscule) and not glove friendly at all. Tricky to put on the first couple of times and butt straps are darn near impossible to hook because the hook is paperclip-small and the loop is cocktail-straw thin. You get used to it eventually after a few tries.

Still at $39 this Harness is a great deal.
Posted Feb 23, 2008 8:47 pm

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