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Buckingham AMT Master Harness Classic

Buckingham AMT Master Harness Classic
Item #: MCL
$237.95
Multiple points of attachment up front and 3 interlocking buckles for fitting. Designed with direction from ArborMaster training instructors, built by Buckingham.

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$237.95

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This simple yet masterful design has been one of our top-selling harnesses for several years running! The leg strap system was designed to support from underneath the legs instead of through the crotch. Climbers will appreciate the range of attachment points (7) for multidirectional support when working in precarious positions (like double-crotching) or with use of a split tail system. These primary attachment points not only provide a lower center of gravity, but hold carabiners facing forward or sideways, depending on wearer preference.

Unlike the traditional-style treeman
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 4.50 lb.
Brand Buckingham
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great Saddle Review by Christian Rodriguez
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I've had this saddle for a few years now and love it! I work on a ropes course and use this saddle when I'm building/repairing platforms and elements.I usually use the D-ring as my clip in point, but recently started using the vertical belay loops; making the saddle far more comfortable than before. The back pad is more firm than padded, but has nice rigidity. Overall a really great saddle! (Posted on 9/20/2013)
nice but hard to tighten Review by josh buck
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i think it is a nice saddle but i fine it is very hard to tighten. if i would have know this i would not of bought it. but other than that very nice and confy. and alot of attach points for tools (Posted on 3/4/2012)
Great saddle!!!!! Review by Guy A Fortner
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Very nice saddle. I have had it for 2 years now and not a problem. Comfort, mobility, versatility and strength all in one. (Posted on 3/29/2010)