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The vertical world is your oyster.

Petzl designed its Men's Corax Harness with maximum versatility in mind so you can climb rock, ice, alpine, or via ferrata comfortably. Its Frame Construction Technology consists of high-strength polyester webbing for durability, soft mesh for ventilation and breathability, and closed-cell foam padding that eliminates any pressure points for comfort. DoubleBack buckles easily adjust and center the harness for an ideal fit, and the adjustable leg loops accommodate multiple layers for winter climbing as well as allow you to put the harness on even with mountaineering or ski boots on. You can unclip the back risers for drop-seat use on big walls. Petzl integrated two rigid gear loops at the front and left the loops at the back flexible so you can carry all the equipment without interfering with your backpack, and there are slots available for Petzl's Caritool (sold separately) for even more gear-storing possibilities.

  • Frame Construction Technology
  • Two DoubleBack buckles
  • Adjustable leg loops
  • Drop-seat buckle
  • Closed-cell foam padding
  • Two rigid gear loops in front, two flexible loops in back
  • Caritool tool holder slots

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5 5

Ol' Reliable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been using this harness for close to 2 years now and it's still running strong. The dual adjustments on both sides lets you find the perfect fitting for your waist and means that even when you're carrying a bunch of trad gear, it'll never come loose. I've taken some fun whippers with this thing and the padding has saved me a back ache or two. Even after putting it through Tennessee, North Carolina and Kentucky it's still holding up nicely.

5 5

Best Harness I've owned

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am 5'10" and 185lbs and ordered size 1. I've previously owned a Marmot and a Black Diamond harness. I am mostly a sport climber but do trad and occasional top rope. For sport it is the bomb! The harness is always centered because of the dual adjustments on each side of the front center. This alone makes this an amazing harness. If you layer up, your loops are still where they need to be. This also pays dividends for trad climbing. It allows the gear to stay centered, avoiding clumsy reaches for your fixed/active gear. The quality is top notch and it is pretty comfy if hanging.
I did find two drawbacks: 1. the rear gear loops are soft and flimsy, which make it difficult for sport when you want to clip a draw back onto your loop. 2. I have meaty legs and size 1 fits the waist nicely but a bit tight on the thighs (it does stretch a little after several wears).
My favorite harness so far.

5 5

Durable, Comfortable, Adjustable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have owned this harness for three years and have put in miles of climbing from the gym to single pitches at Red River Gorge and Indian Creek to multipitch routes in Potrero Chico, Squamish, and Moab to some big walls in Zion and Yosemite and this harness has fulfilled my needs through all of this. As a skinny guy with a 30 inch waist, the double waist belt adjustment buckles allowed me to position my gear so that I don't have to completely turn around to see what is on my back gear loops like other harnesses. Makes hanging belays tolerable. I intend on buying another one now that my first harness has reached its end. One note is that the speed buckles can eventually develop surface rust where the plates rub together, but not any significant cause for concern. This may have been fixed in later iterations of the Corax.

5 5

love it

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

picked this up a few weeks back and absolutely love it. I have about a 31'' waste and I have to tighten it all the way but that's been the case with every harness. the padding is super comfortable and I don't mind hanging in it while at the gym. I would definitely suggest picking this one up.