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Mammut Ophir 3 Slide Harness - Men's

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    25 Reviews


    Lightweight versatility for your comfort.

    The Mammut Men's Ophir 3 Slide Harness might seem simple due to its inexpensive price, but it's actually highly innovative to keep you comfy whether you're climbing rock or ice. Split Webbing technology separates the webbing into two strands that ride over and under your hips in order to reduce weight, increase ventilation, and decrease the necessity of padding without hindering your comfort or safety. Three Slide Block buckles offer a securely ideal fit, and adjustable leg loops let you put the harness on or off with crampons on. Mammut also equipped this harness with four gear loops for convenient organizations, a tie-in protector for excellent longevity, a Drop Seat buckle for bathroom breaks on big walls, and a high-strength haul loop for bringing heavy loads up long routes. All these features only add up to less than a pound, to keep your harness light and you psyche level high.

    • Three Slide Bloc buckles
    • Split Webbing technology
    • Adjustable leg loops
    • Drop seat buckle
    • Four gear loops
    • High-strength haul loop
    • Tie-in protector
    • Item #MAM003J

    Tech Specs

    Split Webbing technology
    3 Slide Bloc, 1 Drop Seat
    Adjustable Leg Loops
    Gear Loops
    Haul Loop
    Claimed Weight
    14.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    rock climbing, ice climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Perfect First Harness

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is the first harness I ever bought and it has done me nothing but good. From single pitch Top Rope Climbing to Multi-pitch Trad Climbing it has been able to pull its weight, especially for the price point.

    Great Bargain

      I bought this harness as a back up harness in case I ever go climb with someone that doesn't have one. I have the Mammut Togir Light which I would recommend over this one but over all I still don't think this is a bad choice at all. I did a few lead climbs at the gym to try it out and I have no complaints at all! It's comfortable and gets the job done. The togir is a little less noticeable while climbing if you're willing to spend a little extra though.

      Comfort and Affordable

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought this as a gift for my boyfriend - he says:
      It looks good, and is comfortable especially compared to the old gym harness I was using before this. It's a great beginner/intermediate harness - not too many frills but comfortable and gets the job done.

      Comfortable and practical

        The value of the product outweighs the price tenfold. The gear loops are canted forward which helps bring any gear into easy reach. Belay loop is sound. Plastic tie-in spots are great. Harness is comfortable to the point of forgetting to take it off walking my dog around the crag. 45 out of 5 stars.

        Perfect Harness

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Bought this on a whim so I didnt have to rent one at the gym. Ended up loving it, and others loved it so much we now have a whole group of us who purchased these harnesses to climb in. Feeling very fortunate that this was my whim purchase!

        Solid Harness

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        This is my first personal harness, and I bought it based on the price and reviews. The fit is really good, I bought the small. I personally have a small waist and larger thighs, and this harness fits perfect. The slide bloc buckles hold tight, it never loosens even a little. It's a solid, comfortable harness, made by a great company. Make sure to check the size chart before buying.

        Got stolen, had to buy it again!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Some punk stole my pack and this harness was in it, karma is real and it will come around. But i love this harness so much that i shelled out again to get it. I love the tie in protector on the bottom part that keeps the nylons fresh -

        The best part about this harness is how close the gearloops sit towards the front. It's really easy to access your gear!

        Favorite harness of all time

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This harness has absolutely blown any other harness I’ve used out of the water. Everyone knows the feeling of finding the perfect fit in a harness and this one has done it for me. It’s great for anyone who may have larger legs and a smaller waist. Aside from the fit, I feel absolutely secure and comfortable when I’m wearing this. I’ve taken a few falls and feel like it will hold up for many more. The indication feature is a great addition so you can visibly see when it’s time to replace the harness. I feel that this harness stands up against many of the more expensive ones out there.

        Awesome harness at an awesome price

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Even though this is the first harness I buy, i've been using other harnesses for both indoor climbing and rock climbing. Having said that, i must say i really like the ophir 3. Even thougth its ligthweigh desing, it has a very comfortable fit, not only when climbing, but also when belaying or resting. It's also pretty comfortable when rappeling or hanging. Anyway I must say i'm not a heavy guy (145 lb / 5'9 / 30" waist / size S). I guess it won't work as well for heavier guys but for me it's superb.

        Awesome harness at an awesome price

        Sizing is perfect

          I have a hard time finding harnesses that fit. If you have a smaller waist and muscular legs this is a good choice, you don't end up having to get a waist that is oversized to get proper fitting leg loops. The leg loops also have a good bit of adjustability if you are going to wear some thicker clothing. I tried on just about every harness out there and this fit better than any of the Arc Teryx, Petzl and Black Diamond harnesses

          Booty holder

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          This is my first climbing harness and I love it. i have used it for a few months now. It works the way its intended.. I can tell it's well built and will last a long time. I am a 32 waist and i went with the size large. It is little on the big side which I like since it makes it easy to fit my biker thunder thighs to fit in.

          Booty holder

          Awesome, but disagree with the sizing.

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I love this harness. It's comfortable to wear and easy to adjust. I just wish I'd bought the large instead of the medium. I have about a 32.5 inch waist so I'm borderline but generally wear a medium in things that don't have specific sizes. Large would definitely fit better in this case.

          Despite that, it fits "well enough" and is still comfortable. Your mileage may vary on the sizing, but it's a great harness regardless.

          Comfortable and lite weight

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I'm not a really experience climber or canyoneering guy, but I've had a bit of experience with a few different harnesses and this is one of the more comfortable ones I've used. I've used this harness only in an indoor sport climbing top rope setting.

          The harness is lite and comfortable. The sizing seems pretty decent to me (I wear a size 32 pant, have a big ass, and bought a large) and I'd trust the sizing chart. Your mileage may vary. I have a pretty athletic build if that helps.

          I do find the leg harnesses a little too big. I don't have huge legs by any means, but I'm not chicken legged either, and strapping these things down to where I feel secure requires that I tighten them all the way down. It feels like I may have a hard time matching the sizing for my hips and legs and wish the legs were just a bit more flexible in terms of how adjustable the diameter is.

          The materials feel really good and solidly put together. The padding on the harness is comfortable, and I don't have any concerns it's going to fall apart any time soon.

          Overall this is a great harness that I don't notice I'm wearing until I need to rest, descend, or fall, which is exactly what I want in a harness.

          Harness the potential!

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          Love this harness!!!!!! Split webbing design - Mammut has nailed the design on this thing - so comfortable at belays - makes falls comfy.

          Gear loops sit closer to the front - so you can actually reach your gear - but are not too crowded -

          Slide bloc buckles make adjustments easy and secure -

          Adjustable leg loops for when you want to take this bad boy on a ski tour over your ski pants.

          Or - use it to keep you on the line when Highlining - if you should whip like I have!

          Photo - Smith Rock Monkey Face Highline - Wind and all!!

          Harness the potential!

          Great, but don't trust sizing chart

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

          I think Mammut makes the best harnesses for the money, especially in the low to mid price range. I am 6"3, around 185 pounds with relatively beefy thighs. I opted for a medium size because I wear 32" waist jeans and the sizing chart indicated that would be an appropriate size for my waist. Plus, another reviewer mentioned the leg loops ran large.

          Alas, it ended up being a bit on the small side, both in the waist and the thighs. The medium is usable for me, but I think a large would have fit me better. No matter, the price was so good that I have already easily offloaded it to a slightly smaller friend of mine who was looking for a new harness.

          Is there a way to clip ice clipper biners to this harness? Like the BD Ice Clipper or Petzl Caritool?

          What is the weight limit for the size medium one?

          It looks like a very nice harness. I think my size is M. When are you going to have M size? I would love to climb with this precious on.