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#2957640 - 09/25/12 09:40 PM Cats Meow
volsgo1
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20 feet up safety harness, tether strap and quick climb set up. Best purchase for deer humtin Iveade in a while. Light, unobtrusive and the quick climb is the best invention since sliced bread. Check out
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#2957766 - 09/26/12 12:45 AM Re: Cats Meow [Re: volsgo1]
TNDeerGuy
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X2—I completely agree!!!! I bought one a few months ago, and my only regret is that I didn't buy it sooner—it is by far the most comfortable harness I have been in!
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#2957854 - 09/26/12 07:05 AM Re: Cats Meow [Re: TNDeerGuy]
Andy S.
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 Originally Posted By: TNDeerGuy
I bought one a few months ago, and my only regret is that I didn't buy it sooner—it is by far the most comfortable harness I have been in!
Do you have just the waist harness, or did you add the shoulder harness to your setup? I am trying to get an idea of exactly what configuration is "...the most comfortable harness" you have been in. Thanks in advance.
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#2957906 - 09/26/12 08:07 AM Re: Cats Meow [Re: Andy S.]
TNDeerGuy
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 Originally Posted By: Andy S.
 Originally Posted By: TNDeerGuy
I bought one a few months ago, and my only regret is that I didn't buy it sooner—it is by far the most comfortable harness I have been in!
Do you have just the waist harness, or did you add the shoulder harness to your setup? I am trying to get an idea of exactly what configuration is "...the most comfortable harness" you have been in. Thanks in advance.


I have just the waist portion—there is no need for me to add the shoulder straps due to my body type. This thing really is just a glorified climbing/reprelling harness. If your considering getting one, I highly recommend adding the padding to it. What makes it so comfortable to me is the fact that I do not know it is there, unlike my HSS that "rode" up in the crotch area and always had slight pressure on my shoulders—not to mention the darn tether strap that would get in the way. With this harness, it does not "ride" up, I have free access to all my pockets and I don't have to worry about the tether line getting in the way—it is held to the side of your left hip by a slight magnet and a little strip of velcro....not to mention I don't have to worry about the tether line acting like a wick when it is raining and getting water down my back. Also, like the OP stated...the quick climb accessory is the cat's meow.

As someone that used to repel and climb back in the day when I still lived at home in SE TN, I highly recommend this harness and can't believe that I didn't think of using a harness of this type before—it is exponentially alot safer and more functional than anything that is out there. I hope this answers your question, but in case it doesn't feel free to ask.
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#2957931 - 09/26/12 08:25 AM Re: Cats Meow [Re: TNDeerGuy]
Andy S.
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You hit the nail on the head with your answer. Thanks for taking the time to type all of that, I sincerely appreciate it.
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#2958125 - 09/26/12 10:58 AM Re: Cats Meow [Re: Andy S.]
volsgo1
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I have a white mans azz, that is I dont have much of one. I had to have the shoulder strap but it is not noticeable at all because the tether is still contected to the front of the waist harness. Great product especially the simple concept behind the quick climb. I can stay connected while I climbe without hassleing with moving my dang strap every few feet. Why didnt I think of that.
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#2960764 - 09/28/12 12:54 PM Re: Cats Meow [Re: volsgo1]
boweye91
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This harness looks like it has some good advantages. The website states that it can be used with a lineman's belt as well. Can anyone attest to this?

How well does this harness work with a lineman's belt?

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#2960787 - 09/28/12 01:18 PM Re: Cats Meow [Re: boweye91]
TNDeerGuy
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 Originally Posted By: boweye91
This harness looks like it has some good advantages. The website states that it can be used with a lineman's belt as well. Can anyone attest to this?

How well does this harness work with a lineman's belt?


It works great when configured in the "lineman's belt" configuration. I easily hung a lock-on and had both hands completely free. I also arranged the tree strap where I was "dangling" and this was also a very easy way to hang a lock-on. You do not need to purchase an actual lineman's belt—the belt that comes with works just fine.

Also, I would highly suggest to upgrade and get the model that has the padding in it.
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#2969579 - 10/05/12 08:11 AM Re: Cats Meow [Re: TNDeerGuy]
volsgo1
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This thing puts other to shame!!!
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