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Weaver Cougar Saddle Medium


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Over the past decade, a certain characteristic of harness design has become the number-one sought-after feature for comfort in tree climbing—the floating bridge. The floating bridge is essentially a suspension strap that spans the wearer’s lap where the support line is connected, allowing for free movement of the torso like no other design. Such mobility allows a tree climber to reach up and down and in, and out much more freely during a routine that demands flexibility.

With design assistance from North Carolina arborist Eddie Simril, Weaver puts their Cougar on path with a handful of the industry’s most respected predators, including treeMotion, Dragonfly & Butterfly, Glide, Sequoia, Traverse, Versatile, and the new Ergovation. Weaver’s genes are obvious in the Cougar—from the signature, heavy-duty stitching to the grommet-stamped tongue buckle. The Cougar makes for a good-quality, entry-level floating bridge harness.

• Adjustable leg and bridge straps provide comfortable fit for a   wide variety of body shapes

• Removable and replaceable leg pads and bridge

• Leg straps feature secure, quick-connect buckles for ease of use

• Belay loop on back for training and rescue (not for fall arrest)

• Spaces in belt for attaching accessory carabiners

• Built-in attachment rings for suspenders (suspenders sold separately) help distribute tool weight to reduce fatigue

• Three additional D’s on the bottom of the waist back for attachment of ditty bag or first-aid kit

• Harness features a sewn-on leather identification tag with an insert for convenient storage of the plastic use, wear, warning, and maintenance tag

• Weight: approximately 6.5 pounds
Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 6.66 lb.
Final Sale Item No
Brand Weaver
Color Black/Yellow
Diameter No
Strand Count No
Meets ANSI Standards Yes
MPN 08-01085
UPC Code 399594975

Customer Reviews

job well done Review by Cory
I found this saddle to be very comfortable. does not restrict movement so far. does virtually everything you need it to do. i'd say it's probably the best bang for your buck saddle out there right now (Posted on 10/12/2016)

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