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Edelrid Loopo Lite Harness

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Loopo Lite Harness

Your mountaineering pack is already full with rappel gear and avalanche safety gear. It's a good think Edelrid's Loopo Lite Harness can pack in your pant pockets if needed. The Loopo Lite features the same Dyneema webbing that alpinists rely on for safe catches and compact packing. Edelrid added a second tie-in loop to keep you centered on the rappel, which really comes in handy when you're rappelling with skis on.

  • Edelrid's lightest harness for alpine touring and mountaineering
  • Ultralight Dyneema webbing with load-bearing edge bindings
  • Double tie-in loops offer a comfier fit
  • Detachable elastic straps let you put the leg loops on with crampons
  • Four gear loops have as much storage as climbing harnesses
  • Item #ELR0034

Material
high-density polyethylene
Adjustable Leg Loops
yes
Gear Loops
4
Claimed Weight
2.82oz
Recommended Use
alpine touring, ski mountaineering
Manufacturer Warranty
limited

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>Rating: 5

Excellent comfort / weight ratio

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
S
Height
5` 9"
Weight
155 lbs

I bought this for doing joint canyoneering and backpacking trips where I want as little weight as possible. I just got back from doing 2 canyons with 8 total rappels, some almost 200 feet. Yes, this is not as comfortable as my more beefy dedicated canyoneering harness, but it's also less than half the weight, so when I'm also doing ton of miles with a lot of elevation gain, I think this is the way to go. I was a little bit concerned about getting my rappel device oriented correctly, but with an extension, that wasn't an issue. I'm very happy with this purchase, and would definitely recommend for the weight-conscious.

Is this harness true to size with a single layer on only? I’m a 30 waist and the harness in a small feels unnecessarily snug, like button busting snug. I fail to see how it’s true to size when a small is 33-37” and it barely fits me. Just wondering your thoughts on the fit of your harness.

>Rating: 5

Truly amazing

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

In my opinion, this is the best alpine harness on the market. It is unbelievably light, and has all the features you'd expect from harnesses 3-4 times it's weight. The double loop tie in system is waaaaay better than traditional double-buckle designs. See my full review here: https://www.triandclimb.com/single-post/Edelrid-Loopo-Light-Review

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Great review, Kevin.. I am not a climber, merely an old man who sometimes needs to descend steep terrain or rappell. It fits my needs perfectly, and takes up almost no space in a pack or pocket. While I'd like adjustment in the legs, I can comfortably hang in this superlight harness with no problems.

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Does this harness actually have UIAA or CE or EN approval?

Yes, the CE marking is CE 0123

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Is the waist belt adjustable?