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Petzl Adjama Harness

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    Sporty summers and icy winters.

    From rock to ice, Petzl's Adjama Harness is the versatile choice for climbers who ascend year-round. Its EndoFrame design allows a freedom of movement as well as excellent weight distribution and just enough cush for hanging belays. You won't feel compression points, chafing, or irritability while sussing out the beta after each whipper.

    DoubleBack Lite buckles offer quick and easy adjustability at the waist and legs to accommodate winter or summer gear. Petzl's harnesses come with red indicators at the high-tenacity tie-in points that let you know when it's time to retire them. Four solid gear loops, CariTools for ice tools, and a rear haul loop that also doubles as a chalk bag hanger help you send any wall that comes your way.

    • EndoFrame design
    • DoubleBack Lite buckles
    • Adjustable leg loops
    • High-tenacity tie-in points with indicator
    • Four gear loops, Two CariTool tool holders
    • Rear haul loop doubles as chalk bag hanger
    • Detachable leg loop elastics
    • Item #PTZ001Y

    Tech Specs

    nylon, polyester, Dyneema, EVA, polyurethane
    EndoFrame technology
    DoubleBack Light (aluminum)
    Adjustable Leg Loops
    Gear Loops
    Ice Clipper Slots
    yes, 2 Caritool slots
    Haul Loop
    Claimed Weight
    [medium] 14.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing, alpine
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    Petzl's Horrible Customer Service

      Petzl treats its pros like chumps. The pro deal policy is : ALL SALES ARE FINAL. No returns or exchanges on correctly shipped products. The harness I ordered was correctly shipped but it doesn't fit and it's uncomfortable but since it was "correctly shipped", Petzl will NOT exchange it for a more appropriate size. Wow, what an appalling way to treat customers. Stuck with a harness I'll never use. Way to go Petzl, great way to conduct business with your pros/customers. Well, I'm off now to go tell the entire climbing community in Boulder, CO to never buy Petzl products.

      Great surprise!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      For years I have worn one model of another companies harness because of it's comfort and have worn out several of them . I recently bought this harness and the first time I wore it I was amazed with how comfortable it was. It is so light and unobtrusive. I have spent many hours belaying and climbingin this harness on rock and ice and have logged quite a few whips and am still amazed with it's comfort level! Get one!

      Great all around harness

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Pretty much a do-it-all harness that has performed perfectly on rock, snow, and ice. I have never felt any hot spots or pinching while hanging and working a sport route or while wearing it over layers in colder snow and ice climbs. Thin enough to wear with a pack but still enough padding for adequate comfort. The gear loops lay flat on the harness for comfort with a pack. The auto-double back buckles are nice in cold temperatures when you don't want to take off your gloves to cinch your harness. The leg loops are adjustable to fit any type of layering, even over big insulated pants. The only scenario where it wouldn't be the best is big-wall, where you are hanging in your harness for extended periods of time, due to the smaller amount of padding compared to big-wall focused harnesses. If you are looking for a single harness to fit your variety of climbing styles in year round conditions, this is it!

      Durable, comfortable harness

        This harness has been comfortable since the day that I bought it. Every aspect of it seems to be made pretty well. I can hang 10 caribeaner from the sides, plus gloves without it pulling down from excess weight. Not bad free-hanging from the edge of the crag either, and incredibly adjustable to different body types.

        The cadillac of harnesses

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        There's just some gear that you naturally reach out for in a cupboard full of similar items. This harness is one of those. The Adjama provides luxurious comfort, great fit, freedom of movement without fuss. The material and construction is top notch to the point of being that rare find worthy of repeat buys.

        Great for Women as well

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        This is my first harness and I absolutely love it. I tried on the Luna (Petzl's female version of this harness) and it just didn't fit as well. I'm 5'0", 135 lbs and this harness is perfect.

        Great harness

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I moved from a BD Momentum harness to this and will never go back. The extra padding and leg loop width make a huge difference when taking big whips or hanging for a while on a hard route. I've sue this for both rock and ice and can recommend it for both.

        Pleasantly surprised

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        I used this at a climb night, and I was pleasantly surprised on how light and comfortable it was, especially at this price point. The waist fit incredibly well, and I never felt that any of the buckles of straps were going to slip when put under pressure. Overall, I would recommend it, but I also would like to use it a little bit more.

        Solid and classic

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        I've had the Adjama through its multiple iterations over the last decade. I've been through 3 different ones now (about 1 per 3 years) and have used most of the styles and models. This harness is a mainstay of the Petzl line because its a jack of all trades - excelling in sport, trad, mountaineering, and ice arenas. Its not too bulky for high-end bolted climbs where weight really matters, but still holds enough features for equipment laden trad multi-pitch outings. There's a few reasons I keep coming back to this harness after so many years: 1) It fits me really well. This is variable for all people, so try on and preferably hang in the harness if at all possible. For reference, I'm 6', 160lbs, tall and slim. 2) I'm an all around climber and this harness excels in all styles of climbing.

        A few things to note: As with all harnesses, this one does get uncomfortable after hanging in it all day. If you're a setter at a gym or into long aid routes, look for something with more padding and a wider waist belt. Having said that, I've used it on 2 different bigwalls and many hours setting with little suffering. Secondly, it seems that Petzl adjusted their sizing on this model. I usually wear a small in Petzl harnesses but this style has me in a medium, which is closer to other manufactures sizing.

        Had mine for years now...

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This harness has been great while "learning the ropes," so to speak. It's simply time I graduate to a better harness, so I bought the "Aquila," thanks to some helpful advice from the peeps at!

        I simply out climbed the "Adjama" but that isn't to say it's a terrible harness. Anything but terrible in fact.

        The sizing at Petzl is sporadic, however, so buyers beware. I highly recommend speaking to a gear expert like Geoff before ordering due to this fact. For example, I wore a Large in the Aquila and after losing some weight (approximately 50 lbs), it became saggy and bulky when climbing with a full rack or draws. But the Petzl Aquila in large is nice and snug, so you see there's some draft when it comes to differing styles from Petzl harnesses. Pay attention to waistline because it changes from each model to the next, so even as a Petzl user one can't trust judgment to experience alone...

        I love the blue on white color scheme in recent years. Mine was all neon blue in the older model Adjama from a few years ago. The colors they choose at Petzl are ALL very "eye catching" to say the least...

        My Adjama also shows very little signs of wear after so much use over the years. I climb a quite a bit; a few times a week at least and it held up, so that should give you an idea of the quality product that Petzl produces and longevity. Basically, the money is well spent for high quality harnesses IMO.

        If you're wanting a mid-level harness to get you started the right way, this is it! Solid product that will hold up to abuse from a new user. Petzl is the best brand on the market when it comes to harnesses, IMO.

        I'll miss it sometimes. Actually, I probably won't miss it because my new Aquila is AMAZING!!!!!!! If you're looking for a high end model then look to the Hirundos and Aquila!


        Great product!

        Had mine for years now...

        Looks like this one is new for this year. Whats the difference between this one and the adjama 2 grey harness

        There are some slight differences.. On the points of adjustment (thighs & hips) there are some more slots on this model to run the end you pull through to get it out of the way. Additionally, the the stretch material on the back of the leg loops is adjustable.