CAMP Stratos Harness

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The new Stratos harness from C.A.M.P. raises the bar for high-performance climbing harnesses. Although the new generation of laminated harnesses look great, they donメt feel great because their construction prevents air exchangeラon hot or muggy days, they can be quite unpleasant. The Stratos features two layers of perforated foam that distribute the load evenly and allow moisture to escape, making the Stratos both incredibly comfortable and lightweight.


  • Quick-adjust buckles on legs and waist get your fit right


  • Dual-Density Perforated EVA Foam for superior comfort


  • 4 webbing reinforced gear loops


  • Chalk bag loop
  • Four gear loops hold everything you need for rock, ice, or alpine climbs
  • No-Twist belay loop keep belay 'biner from cross-loading
From rock to ice and back again, the lightweight CAMP USA Stratos Harness wraps you in confidence and comfort. Edge-load construction distributes the force evenly between the waist-belt and leg loops, and the perforated foam cushions and ventilates you during hot, multi-pitch climbs.For alpine or ice climbs, your layers fit beneath the adjustable waist and leg loops.

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When you need a harness to fulfill your all-seasons passion look no further than the Stratos from CAMP.
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Adjustable Leg Loops:yes
Country of Origin:China
Gear Loop:yes
Haul Loop:no
Weight:12.3 oz / 350 g (S)

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CAMP Stratos Harness

The Stratos is my go-to harness for projecting hard sport routes. When I know I’ll be sitting in my harness working a route or giving my partner a catch for long stretches of time, I don’t think twice about comfort. Most high performance harnesses pinch my legs and dig into my hips after hanging for too long, and more padded harnesses constrain my movement. However the Stratos fixes both problems with the perfect amount of padding to absorb my falls while still allowing me to twist and move without limitations. Plus, the breathable foam makes a huge difference on warmer days by minimizing sweat. I’ve had trouble in the past finding harnesses that conform to my body, don’t gape in the back, and don’t sag in the front. The Stratos’ support keeps the harness exactly where I want it. Once I crank down on the easy adjust buckle, my waist belt is there to stay. When I fall, my harness doesn’t come halfway up my chest, a problem I’ve experienced with other harnesses. Additionally, the leg loops lay flat against the back of my legs instead of rolling and pinching into me. These minute details make a huge difference in my day-to-day climbing, allowing me to fully focus on climbing without giving a second thought to my comfort. So whether I’m taking huge falls on sport routes up at the Monastery or giving a partner a two-hour long belay at Rifle, the Stratos is my go to harness for comfort and mobility. **Paige Claassen is a CAMP sponsored athlete who tests the gear on many of the hardest sport climbs in the country each year, then provides feedback for improvements or endorsements. This is one of many pieces of CAMP gear that have passed her test. Learn more about Paige by visiting the athletes section at
Paige Claassen at ProLite Gear on 05/11/2011

Sport + A little versatility

This harness is great for sport and general climbing. I work at an adventure center and i hang in it quite a bit too.. for the pathetic amount of padding it has on the leg and waist belt, it distributes load pretty well.
The gear loops arent centered though, and gets a bit irritating sometimes.
Ah Le at Mountain Gear on 04/04/2012