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I'm a slim man. 30inch waist. I have a Willans harness which I have to have as tight as possible but as I climb it loosens and I look like a sumo with my harness around my pits, the seat on my back and my bollocks bruised.

 

Anyway any small blokes got any harness recommendations?

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I've got a 30" waist and climb in a skylotech kolibri click without any bother

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I've a 32 inch waist and climb in a petzl sequoia. It's comfortable to climb in and keeps nice and tight. Unless I clip my saw right round the back which can pull it round a bit. But next harness will be a tree motion I thinks

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Same 28"-30" depending on how I'm living.

 

Treemotion doesn't budge.

 

Set is so it's almost difficult to do up and it's fantastic

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Ditto. A small 30 inch waist on a Tree Motion. If I have the big saw on sometimes it can pull down a bit, but nothing serious. Comfy etc.

Soon will be out of date so looking to buy another soon and can't see past buying another. Maybe a Sequoia?

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