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New Tribe ProGear II Climbing Saddle

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New Tribe ProGear II Climbing Saddle
Item #: PROG
$274.95
The ProGear II is an arborist saddle with big side D rings and a floating roller D on the leg strap bridge. It has a fixed front tie-in point that closes with a large pear screw link.

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$274.95

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The ProGear II is an arborist saddle with big side D rings and a floating roller D on the leg strap bridge. It has a fixed front tie-in point that closes with a large pear screw link.

The leg straps are adjustable and include a quick release buckle. The leg pads feature additional cushioning at the inner thigh for superior comfort and support. Double-density foam padding on both the belt and leg straps provides support, load distribution and allows for long wear. The belt pad is 6-inches wide at the back, tapering to 4-inches at the front.

The ProGear II’s specifications meet or exceed national standards for tree workers. The saddle has 1¾ inch nylon parachute webbing rated at 6,000 lbs.; forged steel side D-rings rated at 5,000 lbs.; leg strap D-rings equipped with a roller for smooth action also rated at 5,000 lbs.; and a rear rescue loop rated at 5,600 lbs.

This saddle also features the following accessory attachment points: two brass boat snaps, two gear loops, one aluminum ring at the rear, five carabiner loops on the belt, two carabiner loops on the leg straps, four webbing slots on the belt for gear bags and/or carabiners (Petzl Caritool), and two accessory rings for attaching optional suspenders.
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Weight 4.75 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand New Tribe
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Comfortable, affordable saddle, takes time to get the fit perfect. Review by JP
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This is a great saddle for the working arborist, just be sure to keep the leg loops slack (they move with you) and the waist belt snug. Don't be tempted to change the pear link for a carabiner, the link gets rotated while working and gets side loaded occasionally..No bueno for a biner!.Most comfortable belt and leg pads I've worn to date, great saddle for the budget minded climber. (Posted on 4/2/2017)