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Petzl Luna Harness - Women's

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    To a multi-pitcher's delight.

    Pitches on pitches on pitches, it's so nice to start the next pitch of climbing right where you ended the last pitch, as opposed to cumbersomely carrying your climbing rope across a dusty crag. There are a couple things multi-pitch climbers look for in a harnesses that sport climbers do not—namely, comfort and the ability to carry additional gear. The Women's Luna Harness features Petzl's EndoFrame Technology, which uses a wider waist band made of thin foam and sewn-in webbing. The adjustable leg loops have the same technology, and the result is a well-supported, surprisingly comfortable harness that shouldn't have any pressure points when you're hanging at belays.

    • Advanced climbing harness made for multi-pitch climbing
    • EndoFrame Technology maximizes comfort and minimizes pressure points
    • Self-locking waist buckle and DoubleBack adjustable leg loops
    • Rigid gear loops up front, three soft gear loops around rear
    • Caritool Evo ice screw carabiner loop and additional trail line
    • Item #PTZ007L

    Tech Specs

    Material
    nylon, polyester, polyurethane, aluminum, high-modulus polyethylene
    Padding
    EVA
    Buckles
    aluminum
    Adjustable Leg Loops
    DoubleBack
    Gear Loops
    5
    Ice Clipper Slots
    Caritool Evo compatibility
    Claimed Weight
    1lb 1.5oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    Great First Harness

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

    This was the first harness I've ever used so I don't really have anything to compare it to. The padding on the legs was great for me, I had no issues climbing all morning. I didn't have any gear to put on the gear loops, however, there was plenty of them. The only negative thing I have to say about this harness is the adjustable leg straps were a little difficult for me to tighten and the main waist adjustment was also difficult to tighten. That might have been because it was a brand new harness, however. Overall I had a great time in the Luna Harness.

    Snug as a rug

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

    This harness actually makes me feel nice and safe because of how snug the leg loops! I can see how it might be uncomfortable or difficult to walk in but for me it fit just fine! I have the small and didn't have any issues.

    Mostly great but one key flaw...

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I really wanted to love the updated Luna- I've been a FIRM follower of this model basically since I started climbing. While the updates are mostly positive- an additional gear loop in the back provides lots of extra space, the overlapping design provides better accessibility to the back loops, an additional elastic to hold the waist adjustment tail out of the way, some might even dig the new color way- there are a couple of changes that have prompted me to look elsewhere for my next harness purchase.

    First, a couple smaller things. One the newest model, Petzl separated the harnesses' butt straps into two separate elastics/buckles. Why?? It's kind of small but also pretty annoying if you do need to drop the leg loops for a bathroom break or any other reason. I don't see any possible benefit to separating these into two.

    The overlapping nature of the gear loops also makes me wonder about the harnesses' versatility come winter. I think it's unfortunate that Petzl didn't keep the hard clip-in points for ice clippers but perhaps their new ice clippers will do the job just fine. That one I'll just have to wait and see on but makes me tend to think the Luna is becoming more a rock harness than the classic all-arounder.

    Lastly- and this is the sole reason I would never, ever buy this harness- the leg loops are heinously uncomfortable to stand or walk in. In this harness, I have the leg loops on the smallest setting. I think they might be more comfortable for folks who don't wear them on the smallest setting- you'll just have to try it on yourself to see. For me, however, the discomfort is bordering on intolerable. That being said, hanging in the harness or climbing in it feels fine. It's really just standing or walking. I'd highly recommend you try this one on before buying to make sure the leg loops suit you. As it is, I cannot wear this harness for any mission where I think I might be walking in my harness, e.g. up-and-over days.

    Overall, if your leg shape is suited to this style, a great rock harness that can easily make forays into ice or mountaineering. Very durable with a comfortable waist and ergonomic, thoughtful gear loops.

    Secure and Comfortable

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I purchased the Luna Harness as a gift. Words from my sister: it is comfortable to wear for longer days on the wall but light enough to try some harder sport routes. The adjustable leg straps allow for a secure and snug feel. Overall this harness is wonderful but the cinching mechanism on the waist could be a little better.