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CAMP USA Flint Harness - Men's


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    6 Reviews


    Say 'hi' to your first harness.

    The Camp USA Men's Flint Harness is excellent for beginners thanks to its comfortable features and inexpensive price tag. Auto-locking buckles make sure this harness stays secure on your waist and legs, and EVA foam makes sure you stay comfy whether you're climbing in a gym or at a crag. Camp also integrated four gear loops, a haul loop, drop seat buckles for bathroom breaks, and a No-Twist belay loop for your convenience.

    • Auto-locking buckles at waist and legs
    • Drop seat buckles
    • EVA foam padding
    • Four gear loops
    • Haul loop
    • No-Twist belay loop
    • Item #CMP000T

    Tech Specs

    EVA foam
    Adjustable Leg Loops
    Gear Loops
    Haul Loop
    Claimed Weight
    16.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    rock climbing, mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Decent harness

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've had this harness for a few months now, and have used it indoors and outdoors. It's fairly comfortable for sport climbing. It would probably get a little uncomfortable for extended hanging, but that's not what it's designed for. The fit is as to be expected and adjustment is easy.

    The belay biner keeper loop is interesting, but it is a bit difficult to thread the belay biner through it. It do like that it keeps the biner from rotating and cross loading.

    I feel that the gear loops are set a little far back. It's fine for sport climbing but would be an issue for trad climbing if you have to reach way behind you to grab a piece. On the plus side, this would keep gear out of your lap on less than vertical climbs.

    Fairly comfortable
    Fits well
    Full strength haul loop.

    gear loops are a bit far back.

    More than expected!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Loads more comfortable than I would have ever thought, even when taking lead falls. It has little to almost no padding, but it compensates for it with a good shape that distributes stress across a large surface area. I have yet to take a fall that was remotely painful. The sizing seems to be pretty good but maybe just a little bigger than I expected. I'm a 29" waist and the medium tightened ALL the way works well. 5 stars for the price. 4 stars when compared to all other harnesses out there


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I needed a new harness fast. That is how this purchase started out; as a need. It very quickly transitioned into an amazing purchase. My old harness had died and I needed a new one. So I bought the first harness in black and red I could find. I was not worried about fit or brand. When I received this harness it was more than I expected. Super comfortable, very well equipped. It has four double protected gear loops, it has a belay attachment setup, and it has a 500lb weighted haul loop. Very comfortably padded leg and waist belt. I used this harness all summer long as a ropes course director and loved it. I recommended this harness to several of my new employees and several purchased it after my review. This harness is worth much more than what I paid for it.

    Gear loops too far back?

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

    I just purchased this harness and took it out for a test drive. I immediately noticed the gear loops seemed to be too far back. I'm right on the cusp of a small and a medium fit but chose to go with the small for efficiency. Maybe that's why. It's my first new harness but I've been climbing for a few years. I didn't think about it at the time when I tried it on. And it might be the fact that it is a tight fit. Seems like it would be very difficult to see/reach any cams on the back loops. Something to keep in mind when looking at new harnesses if you've never purchased one. Unfortunately I don't think I can return it once I've used it. Otherwise it seems very nice. That's why I bought it.

    Solid Entry Level Harness

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Im just getting into sport climbing, and snagged this harness when it was on sale. Im a 34" waist with skiers thighs and the large fits well. The inner thigh could use more padding IMO, however, thats personal taste. Adequate gear loops for several QDs and ATC. Overall Im happy with the product and looking forward to more climbs in it.

    Is the rear haul loop rated? If so, to what rating?

    Thank you.