Petzl Hirundos Harness

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Petzl Hirundos Harness
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The Hirundos Climbing Harness by Petzl features Frame Construction technology pushed to the maximum. An ultralight and super compact harness for maximum climbing performance. Four equipment loops won’t limit this harness to short sport climbs.

FEATURES of the Petzl Men's Hirundos Climbing Harness.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Petzl Men's Hirundos Climbing Harness.

Fit:

  • Elasticized leg loops have a large range of expansion for correct fit, while staying in place on the thighs

Fabric:

  • Frame Construction with breathable monofilament mesh evenly distributes pressure, providing maximum support and comfort
  • Woven polyester mesh on the inside of the harness wicks moisture for improved comfort and speeds drying in wet conditions
  • High-strength polyester webbing, polyethylene/EVA foam, perforated closed cell foam, woven polyester wicking mesh, mono-filament nylon mesh

Ventilation:

  • Perforated waist belt to allow total breathability
  • Perforated closed cell foam on the waistbelt and leg loops increases breathability

Straps:

  • Detachable elastic leg loop straps

Features:

  • Reinforced tie-in points for increased durability in this high-wear area
  • Rigid, inclined 3D front equipment loops for easy access to gear; flexible rear loops stay out of the way while wearing a pack
  • DoubleBack buckles are pre-threaded and adjust quickly with a single pull, helping to ensure proper closure
  • Caritool slots for winter use
  • Quick-adjust buckle is automatically doubled back, so you can't forget
  • Green belay loop helps users identify proper tie-in / attachment point
  • For safety and/or sanitary reasons, this product CANNOT be returned
Backcountry.com
The Petzl Men's Hirundos Harness gives you the lightweight, low-profile design you need to tackle the hardest routes. Petzl didn't stop there either. They used a perforated closed-cell foam to pad this minimalist harness without inhibiting breathability. You won't sweat like crazy during a summer projecting sesh. The Hirundos Harness has four gear loops to hold all your draws and two Caritool slots to give it the versatility to take it on cutting-edge bolted mixed climbs in the winter.

Gearx

The Petzl Hirundos is an ultralight, super compact harness with maximum climbing performance and comfort. You'll be flashing up big routes with Frame Construction technology which evenly distributes pressure giving you all day comfort and support for a high performance harness featuring breathable monofilament mesh that will have you craving a climb.




Materials : high-strength polyester webbing, polyethylene/EVA foam, perforated closed cell foam, woven polyester wicking mesh, mono-filament nylon mesh

Color : Orange/Silver

Certifications : CE, EN 12277 type C, UIAA 105

Made in : France


Rock/Creek Outfitters

Working a route all day can wreak havoc on  your back and sometimes can cause that numb and stingy feeling in your legs, but with the Petzl Hirundos Harness you can eliminate that hanging in your harness blues. Ultralight and super compact, with perforated closed cell foam on the waistbelt and leg loops providing awesome breathability as well as all day support.  Elasticized leg loops have a large range of expansion for those cooler days on the rock when you need to add layers, and plenty of wicking agents keep the harness from saturating with sweat allowing you to stay a bit cooler for the final send of your proj.


Campsaver.com

The Petzl Hirundos harness is a perfect ultralight harness for high-end climbing. It features Frame Construction technology and four gear loops that won't limit this harness to short sport climbs.


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Be as lightweight and agile as a swallow in the flexible, minimalist Hirundos Climbing Harness from Petzl.
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Adjustable Leg Loops:yes
Case Quantity:10
Certification(s):CE EN 12277 type C, UIAA 105
Country of Origin:France
Gear Loop:yes
Haul Loop:no
Leg Loop:43 - 48 cm
Material:- high-strength polyester webbing - polyethylene/EVA foam - perforated closed cell foam - woven polyester 3D mesh - high-strength mono-filament mesh
Type:Waist
Waist Belt:59 - 71 cm
Weight:270 g, 280 g, 300 g, 315 g
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Petzl Hirundos Harness Reviews:

Reviews:

Got one of these after being sick of the over-hyped arc'teryx harnesses, that have always 'roped' out and rolled up on me. So far I have used this harness on 20 pitch alpine rock climbs, single pitch trad and super steep sport and I love it. Super comfy, you barely notice it is there. Despite the thin nature and slight padding, comfort is not an issue. I am a slim 6'2" tall, 180lbs, and wear a medium. 33" waist but the medium is cranked down pretty far, however it is tight on my legs, but slowly stretching. The only other slight dislike is the second set of gear loops are a bit too far back, and the front ones just a tad small - for sport climbing this is not an issue, but trad multi-pitch I find it a little hard to see the back gear loops. Not disappointed in this harness at all, super psyched on it!

Evan Stevens at Backcountry.com on 08/09/2011

First off, I knew this harness was lightweight when I ordered it, but I had no idea it was that light. It also packs down pretty small, which is great for stuffing in my pack. Very little padding on the harness, but it's not really needed. It's well made, well designed and looks cool.
Sizing: I have average size legs and the leg loops fit great. They'd be fine even if my legs were a little bigger. I have a 35" waist and bought the Large size. The 37" limit is accurate. I'd prefer to have a little bigger size, as the gear loops are back a little far on the left side because of the waist adjustment, but it's manageable.

Ryan Hamilton at Backcountry.com on 08/03/2011

The Hirundos harness from Petzl is one of my all-time favorite harnesses (perhaps tied with it's older brother, the Sama). This featherweight, sport harness is the way to go if you're looking to shave some ounces off of your gear. Because of it's low profile design, I hardly notice I'm even wearing a harness when I'm climbing. It's the least intrusive harness I've ever worn.
The only real con I can see is the comfort. It's not uncomfortable, but it's not quite as padded as the Sama. If I'm projecting a route and expect to be hanging for a while, I'll reach for the Sama. If I'm ready for the redpoint, it's the Hirundos all the way.

Daniel Hupp at Backcountry.com on 10/04/2012

I am 5'2" and 105lbs. and a 24" natural waist and the xs fits me really well. If you are wearing a heavy rack and smaller than this, it might be too big for you and you'll have to go with the luna or the selena.
I can fit a double rack on the gear loops of this harness and it has a place for your ice clippers as well to go during the winter.
Not the most comfortable harness for long belay sessions or as a big wall harness. It cuts into my lower ribs quite a bit after a long route. All in all, a must for the alpine and trad women!

EmilyF at Backcountry.com on 04/21/2012

Used the Hirundos primarily for alpine and ice. Wanted a harness that was lightweight, yet comfortable for belays and rappelling. In regards to fit, I have had trouble finding a harness that fits my waist and legs (i.e. smaller waist to quad ratio) and this has been a great fit. I do wish the rear gear loop were a bit more forward and the ice clipper slot inside the loop. Also, wish there was a haul loop. Overall, good harness. If it packed down a bit more (i.e. softer) and had the above changes, it would have been five stars.

Steve at Backcountry.com on 02/28/2011

I had this harness for a couple of years. It worked great in the sport climbing crags of NW Arkansas. It's light, easy to adjust, and the gear loops had great positioning.
Unfortunately, when I moved out west and began doing multi-pitch routes, I noticed that the Hirundos didn't really stay comfy after a few minutes of belaying from an anchor.
So, if you're looking for a speed harness for short sport climbing routes than this will great. But look elsewhere if you need something with multi-pitch comfort.

Sam Dudley at Backcountry.com on 09/28/2013

This harness has worked really well for me - I'm a girl (about 5'5, 105lb), and this is the most comfortable harness I've ever climbed in. I really only climb sport, but I've done plenty of swinging and hanging on overhung routes, and this harness, despite the fact that it's so light, is more comfortable for me than a much more padded harness I used at first. It also makes me way less sweaty, which is nice.

Genevieve Mount at Backcountry.com on 11/01/2013

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The Hirundos is a great harness. It is lightweight yet comfortable. It is simple but has all the features you will need for sport climbing. I love the quick adjusting waist buckle and the fixed legs which make it quick on and off. While I am climbing it is one thing that I don't have to worry about when I might take a whipper!
Pursuing Him at Rock/Creek Outfitters on 07/07/2011

Got this when after getting into bouldering and now some top roping and eventually lead. Used it several times, very easy to get on and off. legs are comfortable but not too tight. I am pretty flexible and it is not constrictive while climbing or resting for the next climb.

Brandon at Backcountry.com on 09/03/2013

I use this harness in the alpine and on water ice. 2 well postioned ice clipper slots and just enough padding but not a bunch of fluff. Small and compact but comfortable. I know it is a super light sport climbing harness but it works perfectly all winter for me.

Dane at Backcountry.com on 05/09/2011