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Oh, cool! I read an article about this once but didn't think it was a realistic scenario. I guess it is. It's just "assembled" wrong, you can fix it: Disconnect the two straps in the back, then push one of the leg loops through the belay loop, and then reattach them. Actually, maybe you have to unbuckle it, too, and pass the buckle through the ...


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It certainly looks unusual, and the only Climb X harness on the Go Outdoors website (although it looks like a different model) shows the belay loop going round the tie-in loop, just like every harness I’ve seen and every harness in a quick poll of search results. That said, I’d be very surprised that the QA process would have failed so spectacularly given ...


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