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Guide to Buying a New Climbing Harness

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Your harness is one of the most integral and vital parts of your daily work kit. So what factors should you consider before heading into the market to replace ye old faithful?


Whilst cost may be one of the first aspects that come to mind, selecting a harness that suits your personal build, centre of gravity, and work style should be the overriding factor. The average harness has a working life of up to five years, which means a good or bad decision is potentially going to be with you for a long time.


Read more....https://www.landmarktrading.com/blog/guide-buying-new-arborist-climbing-harness/



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