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Singing Rock Top Harness £22.00


Group climbing harness
Singing Rock Top Harness

The Singing Rock TOP is an adjustable unpadded harness with a single red reinforced tie in loop, three auto locking buckles and one gear loop. The tie-in point is placed above the center of gravity and prevents body rotation in the case of a fall. Easy checking by the instructor. Ideal for group use. One size fits all (from children to adults).

An ideal harness for rope courses, indoor gyms, groups and activity centres.

Weight: 366g

CE - EN 12277:2007 - UIAA

Waist: 60-120cm/24-47inches per manufacturer (although belt can be tightened to 35cm/14 inches)

Legs: 42-66cm/17-27inches per manufacturer (although leg loops can be tightened to 30cm/12 inches)
 

Climbing and similar activities are inherently dangerous. Anyone purchasing or using equipment for this purpose is responsible for ensuring they get proper instruction. You should also read the manufacturers instructions before use.

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CAMP Rockstar Helmet £27.50


Group climbing helmet
CAMP Rock Star helmet

The CAMP Rock Star climbing helmet is the most popular group helmet.

A simply designed helmet made from an injection moulded high density polyethylene.

There's plenty of ventilation provided by four vents.

Ideal for centre and group use: any situation where equipment is likely to get hammered.

This long-established helmet, continues year-after-year to be the UK top-selling product from CAMP.

This is surely testimony to the strength, versatility and affordability of the Rock Star.

Inner covering made from soft anti-moisture velvet with anti bacteria treatment.

Colour: Blue

Size: 53-60cm

Weight: 390g

Shell material: Polypropylene

CE EN12492

The product lifetime of the Rock Star helmet is 10 years from the date of manufacture.

Climbing and similar activities are inherently dangerous. Anyone purchasing or using equipment for this purpose is responsible for ensuring they get proper instruction. You should also read the manufacturers instructions before use.