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Air CR EVO Harness

Enjoy the lightweight versatility that Camp USA's Air CR EVO Harness gives on all your climbs, whether they're ice, rock, mixed, or alpine. Its Edge-Control Construction keeps the harness light enough for faraway adventures, yet cushy enough for long days in the vertical realm thanks to the EVA padding and breathable 3D air mesh. Auto-locking buckles keep you secure at both legs as well as the waist, and the No-Twist belay loop keeps the legs properly oriented for easy on-and-off. Camp equipped this harness with four reinforced gear loops, an extra loop for your chalk bag, and a Hub racking biner compatible loop for ice screws.

  • Edge-Control Construction
  • EVA padding with 3D air mesh
  • Auto-locking buckles at waist and leg
  • No-Twist belay loop
  • Reinforced gear loops
  • Chalk bag loop
  • Hub racking biner compatible
  • Item #CMP002C

EVA foam, 3D mesh
Adjustable Leg Loops
Gear Loops
Ice Clipper Slots
yes, Hub racking biner
Chalk Bag Hanger
Claimed Weight
12.3 oz
Recommended Use
climbing, ice, alpine
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Lightweight and Comfy

I've put it through the wringer

This harness is super lightweight given how comfortable it is, and makes a great option for single pitch sport/trad climbing. For longer days where you may spend more time hanging, I'd recommend something with more substantial padding, but I've used this harness for sport to ice climbing and am pleasantly surprised at its versatility and comfort, even on longer days.

>Rating: 3

Super Light Harness

I've used it several times

My brother's review: Super light harness. Not my favorite but it got the job done. Helped keep our weight down on a trip to Greece. Moderately comfortable. I prefer fitted leg loops and wider leg loops. Arcteryx harnesses still seem to be the lightest and most comfortable if they fit and you’re not on a budget. No real complaints other than preference issues.


Mixed Climbing in the Air CR Evo

Tic Tac, Ouray Ice Park


Light but I'm not very fast.

>Rating: 5

Lightest Harness I have used.

I've used it several times

Had the pleasure of going on CAMP USA's Adventure week with some of my Expert Gearhead comrades and the guys from CAMP threw all the gear out on the table(or the hood of a vehicle). We spent the whole week camping and climbing with a focus on fast and light, spending all of our time in the high alpine. I used the AIR CR during the Ice Climbing/Mountaineering day and the sport climbing day. The harness is very compact which makes it a breeze to pack. The back band and leg loops are super breathable and I thought very comfortable. If you have any questions on the AIR CR or other CAMP products contact me directly. Eric Watford Expert Gearhead 801-736-6397

>Rating: 5

Great Ice/Alpine Harness

I've put it through the wringer

This is a great harness with a nod towards ice and winter ascents. Fits well over winter clothing and has great clipper slots. Gear loops are easy to use and well positioned. Size up so you are in the smaller end of the size range and you will find everything to be perfectly centered. <br ></article><br />Pretty comfortable to hang in, however it is small and light enough that you can wear all day in an alpine setting when skinning or hiking. Great choice for ice or mixed routes, as well as Alpine routes where you need a little more than just a minimalist alpine webbing harness. Also works well for standard trad and sport climbing, however I think there are better choices out there for that. That being said if you were looking for one do-all, four season harness this would be a great choice. Contact me for any questions you might have on harnesses. Dan Gates Expert Gearhead 801.746.7582


Coming Down Mt. Lincoln

Photo Credit: Andy Wickstrom of DesignEgg If you have any questions at all, let me know and I'm more than happy to help you pick out the perfect harness that suites your needs. Jared D. Expert Gearhead 801.736.4336


Getting Up Some Ice

Photo Credit: Andy Wickstrom of DesignEgg If you have any questions at all, let me know and I'm more than happy to help you pick out the perfect harness that suits your needs. Jared D. Expert Gearhead 801.736.4336

>Rating: 5

Great Mobility, Lightweight and Comfy

I've put it through the wringer

The good folks from CAMP USA put on the CAMP USA Adventure Week for a few the Expert Gearheads here at Backcountry and holy heck was it one jam packed week of nothing but testing gear. Comfort: For comfort I’d give this harness a 7/10 as I really enjoyed my time in the harness and I still continue to climb with it. Gear Loops: 4 gear loops for sport climbing or if you go out ice climbing. There are also two ice clipper slots. Plenty of racking options with this harness. No-Twist Belay Loop: This is one of the great features across the CAMP USA line of harnesses. Most have it. But the No-Twist Belay Loop is pretty cool. It allows you to thread your locking biner through the belay loop in a way that keeps the biner in place to aid against cross loading the biner when belaying. Mind blown. Waist: It’s a pretty low profile waist band that has two ice clipper slots and four gear loops. Fairly comfortable and did I mention low profile? But if your weight conscious, you’re know you will be sacrificing a bit of comfort since there is less padding. Legs: For a lightweight harness it’s pretty comfortable but compared to other harnesses out there with bulky padding it won’t be the most comfortable. The leg loops are super adjustable and no pain points when hanging around. I did some multi pitch in this harness and had no complaints after hanging around for a bit. The only bummer about those multi pitch climbs were the hawks that were trying to take us out! 3-Point Adjustment: The adjustment on this harness is similar to most other harnesses on the market. I like how easy it is to adjust the sizing of the harness depending on whether I am rock climbing in the harness and have minimal layers or if I’m layered up for the colder days out on the ice. Sizing: On this harness and most of the CAMP USA harnesses I opted for the Large due to my 33" waist. Being that a 33” waist is on the top end of the sizing for a Medium, I had the Medium maxed out and went up to a Large since it could go down to a 32” waist. If you have any questions at all, let me know and I'm more than happy to help you pick out the perfect harness that suits your needs. Jared D. Expert Gearhead 801.736.4336

>Rating: 5

Great all around harness

I've put it through the wringer

The Harness is light and thats one of the main reasons why I like it. It also breathes really well so I dont get the sweaty back that normally the Arcteryx Ice harness provides me. I will say that when at long hanging belays its not the most comfortable but, thats because they dont use a ton of padding. You could get their big wall harness and it would surely be way more comfortable. The gear loops are pretty standard. I am 34" waist so right in the middle of sizes and that puts the right gear loops closer to my center and left farther away. Hated it at first but, it actually ends up working out better. Its actually a lot easier to grab stuff on my left side with my right hand behind the back! Overall just a great harness that works for almost any application. Be sure to check out the price tag versus some of their competitors, dollar for dollar this harness crushes the competition.