Gopro Chest Mount Harness

Priced: $39.84 - $39.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 32 reviews.
Gopro Chest Mount Harness -

Capture immersive video and photo footage from a lower point of view with the GoPro Chest Mount Harness. Great for skiing, mountain biking, motocross, paddle sports, and more, the GoPro Chest Harness holds your GoPro HD Hero video camera in front of your chest. A more immersive way to film, this vantage point helps you capture more arms, poles, skis, paddles, handlebars, and more in your video. One size fits all adjustability. Harness features a vertical surface J-Hook buckle for quick and easy camera attachment.

NOTE: Not compatible with the Digital HERO 5 Wrist Camera..

Manufacturer model #: GCHM30.

The GoPro HD Helmet Hero Digital Camera Package is sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-614-063-11

Fit:

  • The "Chesty" is fully adjustable to fit all sizes

Fabric:

  • Adjustable chest harness is made of durable nylon webbing with polycarbonate and stainless-steel hardware

Features:

  • Record video adventures from a lower perspective that captures more movement and body activity.
  • Chest harness provides a great alternative camera mount to the traditional helmet mount.
  • Gives you lower viewpoint with better view of arms, legs, skis, etc.
  • Provides an ultra-immersive perspective
  • The GoPro Chest Mount harness is compatible with all GoPro quick-release cameras; not compatible with the GoPro Digital Hero 5 wrist camera
  • Compatible with ALL HD HERO Original, HD HERO2 + HD HERO3 Professional Cameras.
  • Includes 1 adjustable Chest Harness and 1 vertical surface "J-Hook" buckle
  • Chest harness for your quick-release HERO camera. Makes it easy to capture immersive video and photo footage from, well...your chest. Perfect for skiing, mountain biking, motocross, paddle sports, or any activity where you want to get a "lower than the helmet" view of the action. See more of your arms, knees poles, and skis while skiing...or your arms and handlebars while biking or riding your motorcycle. Recommended as a more immersive way to film than on the helmet.
  • J-Hook buckle securely holds camera
  • Stainless steel hardware so no need to worry about the elements
TahoeMountainSports.com
The GoPro Chest Mount Harness brings even more versatility to the already top-of-the-line sports camera.
"Chesty" is fully adjustable to fit all sizes. Makes it easy to capture immersive video and photo footage from, well...your chest. Perfect for skiing, mountain biking, motocross, paddle sports, or any activity where you want to get a "lower than the helmet" view of the action. See more of your arms, knees poles, and skis while skiing...or your arms and handlebars while biking or riding your motorcycle. Recommended as a more immersive way to film than on the helmet.
Compatible with ALL HERO3, HERO2, and HD HERO Original Cameras.
What's Included:
1 Adjustable Chest Harness.
1 Vertical Surface "J-Hook" Buckle.
Take a creative, lower approach to shooting with a camera chest mount.

PeterGlenn

The GoPro Chest Harness Mount lets you get a view that's lower than the helmet. The harness is fully adjustable and fits securely around your torso. The GoPro Chest Mount is compatible with all Hero cameras, and uses a J-Hook buckle for a secure mount.


Campmor
Mounting your GoPro camera chest height provides a much more immersive experience when later viewing your adventure. The chest mount harness positions the camera in a way that you can see arms paddling, ski poles moving and handlebars twisting. It is compatible with all GoPro quick-release cameras and will adjust to fit almost any size chest.

Backcountry.com

The GoPro Chest Mount Harness allows you to capture that elusive view of the action from behind the handlebars. If that's what you're after, mounting your GoPro on your head just won't do. It's made of wide, stretchy webbing with sliding strap adjusters to accommodate anyone from petite to sasquatch-sized. The GoPro HD Hero Camera attaches directly to a mount on the sternum and has up/down adjustability.


Cabelas
Capture your next outdoor adventure from the most immersive point of view possible – the center of your chest. While skiing, you'll see your knees and skis in action. While biking, this vantage point includes arms and handlebars. Chest mount is compatible with all GoPro® quick-release cameras (not included). Made of durable nylon webbing with polycarbonate and stainless steel hardware, this fully adjustable harness system even fits over large jackets. Imported.

KonaSports.com
Chest harness for your quick release HERO camera. Makes it easy to capture immersive video and photo footage from your chest. One size fits all adjustability. Compatible with all GoPro quick release cameras. Included is 1 adjustable chest harness and 1 vertical surface j hook buckle. 1 year warranty.

Evo
GoPro HD Hero Chest Mount Harness: This fully adjustable design fits all shapes and sizes, including over large jackets. Perfect for seeing your knees and skis on the slopes, your bike frame and handlebars while riding, or even a more immersive view than helmet mounting.

REI

The GoPro Chest Mount harness makes it easy to capture immersive video and photos from a lower-than-the-helmet point of view. It's ideal for skiing, mountain biking and paddling.

Imported.


Half-Moon Outfitters
Compatible with ALL HD HERO Original, HD HERO2 + HD HERO3 Professional Cameras.
Jenson USA
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Activity:Multisport
Construction:Polycarbonate
Hardware:Stainless Steel
Material:Nylon/polycarbonate/stainless steel
Warranty:1 Year
Weight:7.2 ounces
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Gopro Chest Mount Harness Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

You can do anything with this mount
I would recommend flipping your GoPro upside down though when you use this for skiing or biking. Otherwise you can get footage that stares at the ground a little too much because when it's right side up you can tilt the GoPro up as much. And if you're using the Hero3, it has a nice feature that allows it to film correctly when its upside down so you don't even have to edit it.
Fits wonderfully over a life jacket too!
Pick one up!

Alex Degnan at Backcountry.com on 07/20/2013

The chest mount is a necessity for any GoPro owner. First off, helmet shots get old, we all know that. With the chest harness, you can get some variability in your shots. I use this for skiing, and it is a great angle for powder shots as you get that nice spray up onto the camera.
And don't think you can only wear this on your chest. You can wrap it around tons of other stuff, like trees or your dog, to get that perfect shot.

Brian Mehregan at Backcountry.com on 09/24/2013

What you see is what get

Used this for a rafting trip down the American River, and it did it's job. Wish I had brought a helmet mount, but that is simply because when rafting your arms get in the way and you don't get the best view of the river. Versatile with other extensions, and once your mount is in, it's pretty solid. Things like skiing and mountain biking are perfect for this type of mount. Whatever you do, just keep your arms outta the way!
Nate the Boulderer at REI on 07/07/2013

I used this most while skiing since when biking it doesn't allow for the GoPro to angle up far enough resulting in filming the ground. But after reading a few tutorials, just clip the GoPro in up-side-down that way you can angle the camera up as much as you'd like and when editing the video, just invert the video. Easy fix. Now I use the Chesty almost every time when skiing and mtn biking.
I recommend it to anyone.

kennythree at Backcountry.com on 09/12/2013

So I made a chest mount out of the display box and a couple of traps I had lying around. It worked, but the tighter I had it, the less I could breath a haha
So I broke down and bought the real deal because it stretches, so I can breathe, which is good I guess. But its stable, love the angle. I do recommend shooting in upside down mode depending the on the sport.

Jake at Backcountry.com on 05/05/2013

This happens to be GoPros best-selling accessory and for good reason: It's the best and most versatile. It's easy to wear and it gives the camera a good filming location.
I have mounted my bike light to it for winter night skiing. My bike light has about 1,000 lumens and it looks like a beam of light coming out of my chest (think Bumble Bee on Transformers or Iron Man).

Cameron C at Backcountry.com on 07/16/2013

Out of all the gopro body mounts, the chesty is my favorite, you dont even remember you are wearing it, with the helmet mounts I found my neck could get more fatigued with the extra camera weight pushing down on my head, the bike mounts tend to transfer too much chatter IMO, and I cant image the wrist version would be good the way I tend use the camera.

Chris Aidan at Backcountry.com on 05/21/2013

Excellent!

This is the best way to shoot GoPro footage on a bike. It gives you more of a feel of the trail than the helmet mount. It is also rock solid with very little shaking. The only issue I have had is if you have the WiFi backpack on the GoPro it is hard to get the camera angled up high enough to get good shots.
KelFisch at REI on 12/12/2012

Versatile

Received this as a Christmas gift for the GoPro 3+ today. Was fairly easy to hook the camera up, the harness also adjusted to fit each of us (we vary in size). The material is sturdy and looks to be able to take a beating. I believe the most fun we had was strapping the harness to our dogs. They had the best video coverage.
GoPro Novice at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 12/12/2013

Robust and well built.

This product is robust and well built. It is far more heavy-duty than gopro's first generation chest harness which was in no means lacking. It is 100% adjustable along all axis and can be worn by almost anyone. also the camera mount can be worn high up on the chest or down low depending on chest size or the perspective you want to achieve.
Columbo at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 09/09/2013

Negative Reviews:

This mount is bad on pow days as you can't see anything, and it is unstable on the hardpack. Invest your money in a pole mount

Jeff at Backcountry.com on 04/24/2013

Neutral Reviews:

The thing I love about this mount is how stable it is if mounted properly. It gives some of the best POV footage you can get since it focuses where your body is going. For skiing I find it to be one of the better mounts especially because it is not as choppy or bumpy of a picture as the helmet mount is. Easy to use the camera as it is right in front of you and you do not risk having to camera taken right off your helmet when skiing through tight trees. It is not restrictive and I hardly notice when it is on. So far this has held up well even in cold weather.

Dan Be at Backcountry.com on 07/03/2013

The harness fits well and secures the camera well. However, it doesn't have quite enough range of motion to keep the camera facing forward when seated on a bike. The result is you get great video of the ground, but not enough of the horizon. Need to add an extra link between the camera and mount to improve the range of motion.

c_tails at Backcountry.com on 08/28/2013

It is rather bulky and heavy to carry for mountain biking but I like to mount the GoPro from the chest instead of the helmet. It does take a while to setup and mount it on the chest. Another challenge is to get the right angle of the camera from the chest view.

Samsudin at Backcountry.com on 11/08/2013

It makes for cool angles and easy access, but at the same time it gets tangled around itself very easily and also in my opinion, way overpriced for what it is.

Peter Koch at Backcountry.com on 11/18/2013