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Buckingham Ergovation Tree Climbing Harness

Buckingham Ergovation Tree Climbing Harness
Item #: ERGO
$567.70
What do you get when couch potato meets personal trainer? Super cozy support with all the bells and whistles. Designed with direction from ergonomics specialsts Ed and Amanda Carpenter, built by Buckingham. Available S 28-32; M 32-36; L36-40; XL 40-44

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$567.70

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Weight 6.20 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Replacement Part? No
Brand Buckingham
Color No
Diameter No
Strand Count No
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Excellent saddle Review by Peter
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My climbers love this saddle - it's comfortable and it's the only one they want to use. (Posted on 10/7/2016)
Great engineering Review by Adam
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Great harness, my boss has one never has complained once about it. Well designed. (Posted on 10/6/2016)
one of a kind Review by Brian aka WOODCHUCKER
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This my 2nd season climbing on the ergo bye far the best saddle out there this saddle is made too last 2nd season climbing in the saddle out of my 6 years of climbing an it blows all other saddles away so for a lil more weight than the rest u might notice it a bit but when ur using a big saw like a ms660 or a ms 880 blocking down BIG WOOD the saddle is still comfee u dont feal the pressure on ur hips no wears near as much as a lighter saddle i will buy another ergo again hands down see u climbers at the top (Posted on 12/11/2011)
overpriced nonsence Review by JL
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upgraded because my buckingham traverse was all worn out, really liked the traverse so wanted to stay with buckingham, ordered to seat and the y harness, the harness has very bad sizing if you are like me and happen to be around 31.5" waist, I use rain gear in the winter so I need something big enough to accomidate that, but their small stops at 32 and their medium starts at 32, which as far as I can tell is about the most common waist size, so that should be in the middle of a certain size so you can adjust up or down if you had not much for dinner or you need to put on bulky rain gear... Too much velcro, very annoying to put on, torso stabalizers were the first things to go because they dug into my body in a bad way, you need to buy clips if you want to put your handsaw on, way too much money, about the most anoying thing is you cant just use the busom seat, you have to attach it with the leg straps still on, making it overly bulky and the most annoying thing you want to put on if you are like me and have a few things hanging from your saddle a lot of times... I am about to order a new traverse and just bite the cost of this overpriced and very frustrating saddle... (Posted on 9/14/2011)
Eh Review by KTrail
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This saddle is comfy when you are in a traditional tree climbing position like standing upright with both feet against the tree. I have found that in those awkward stances with maybe a twisted body while out a limb, or one foot higher than another, the saddle is very uncomfy and hard on the hips because of the leg strap positioning. And the saddle is quite heavy. (Posted on 12/10/2010)
love it Review by treechopper
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This is the greatest saddle ever. Built by a trusted name. It is a little heavy, but not enough to outweigh the comfort. I would definatly buy this saddle again. (Posted on 11/5/2010)
Not for everyone Review by John Pomeroy
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Much heavier than I expected. I got the full meal deal with the Y harness and the batten seat. It must be at least three pounds heavier than any other full body rig I've tried. It is very well thought out and very comfortable but, given the extra weight, I don't expect to see it at many climbing competitions..... (Posted on 2/5/2010)
nice invention Review by ryan roberts
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I have owned the tree motion for about two years now.Its light comfortable and by far the most comfortable harness that i have used.Last week i purched the Egovation.Basically this harness is spot on in areas of strenght comfort and weight.There has been alot of thought that has been put into this harness.With any other harness i can say that in awkward positions i get sore in the hips when extended in a horizontal positon.The Ergovation has extra thick padding and i have no longer sore hips.with the main belt bucke there is a velcro waist strap that you put on and then the buckle which really aligns your back in the right postition throughout the climb which is awsome.At the back there is extra padding and you can even put an ice back behind the padding which i personally wouldn't do.So if your looking for a great harness to climb in thats strong and comfortable that really protects your back this is for you... (Posted on 2/2/2010)
Better than tree motion ? Review by Bob Sadowy
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During a seminar in Findlay Ohio, I had the opportunity to try on the tree motion and the ergo saddle. By far I liked the comfort and the versatility of the ergo saddle. Coming from the old school, wide back saddle and being a little robust, the ergo was very comfortable allowing me to feel at home wearing it. Good job to the designers ( Ed (Posted on 5/6/2009)