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Teufelberger TreeMotion Suspenders

Teufelberger TreeMotion Suspenders
Item #: 31661
$80.99
Suspenders with integrated chest-ring for improved torso mobility and Croll (ascender) attachment for SRT (single rope technique) climbing systems.

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Designed & built strictly for the treeMotion saddle:

• relieves hip strain when carrying tools on saddle
• allows suspenders to compensate tension as shoulders pivot
• sports an abdominal ring for SRT ascender attachment
• like the saddle, these are just down right comfortable

TreeMotion Suspenders & Load Carrying Assembly
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 0.55 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Teufelberger
MPN 7333211
UPC Code 9011800071306
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Made to fit so good so far Review by No nickname
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Padded shoulders would be better comfort and fit. Only time will tell how well there made but really glad to have them after all these years (Posted on 5/7/2017)
Buy this product Review by Rich
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i love this product. Helps hold up heavy tools and the chest clip helps a lot with the rope wrench.

SHERRILLtree Response: Thank you for your review, Rich! Your T-shirt was sent on 10/4/2016. Thanks again! (Posted on 9/23/2016)
Pretty Good Review by Limbwalker
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Only drawback is makes it more difficult to get into the TreeMotion. Once your into, very comfortable (Posted on 1/11/2015)
Good overall solution from Teufelberger Review by ConwayTreeCare
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The best thing about this is it's designed to fit the Treemotion, no modification or funky attachment points needed. My only complaint is the front straps: If you keep the chest piece down low as in the photo, its not a problem, but if you like the chest piece up high by your sternum as I do, then the front excess straps are too short to keep in the pre-made loops and they tend to come out and flop around. I'm looking for a way to keep them down, maybe some shrink tubing flattened out, or cut them shorter. (Posted on 4/22/2014)