CMC Ranger Quick Harness
The New Ranger Quick Harness: Lightweight and Full of Features
CMC’s Ranger Quick Harness combines the lightness of a climbing harness with the utility of a rescue harness. This harness combines security and comfort with rescue features, but won’t weigh you down.
Optimized for wilderness and mountain rescue, SAR or ski patrol, this ultralight harness features a low-profile padded waist with breathable fabric for comfort and great packability. This version of the Ranger also has AustriAlpin Cobra™ quick-release buckles on the front of the leg loops making it easier to take the harness on and off.
Our favourite feature of this harness are the rated side restraint points. These allow greater positioning options for the operator when working near un-protected edges.
The Ranger Harness is compatible with the Ranger Chest Harness as well as improvised chest harnesses and most manufactured chest harnesses. Some further features include:
- Super lightweight at under 1kg (see below for Technical Specs)
- The lightweight aluminium D-ring in the front accommodates multiple rescue-size carabiners.
- A full-strength rear attachment loop and two side gear loops make this a full-featured rescue harness.
- There are attachment connection points at both the front and rear waist.
- Contoured waist and leg pads add to the comfort
- Elastic Web Keepers secure the loose ends of the harness belt
- The contrasting web thread colour aids in inspection
- The hardware is corrosion resistant
- Perfect for Rural Fire Services, National Parks, bush regeneration workers, guides and mountain leaders
- Made in the USA.
The CMC Ranger Harness is available in three sizes. Please see the size chart below for details.
Please note that adequate training and judgment are needed to reduce the risks inherent in the use of this equipment. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure that the user is adequately and competently trained in the use of this product. We strongly advise that you do not use the Ranger Harness without first undertaking appropriate training.