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Safety Harness Size

Postby mudwader » Wed Oct 10, 2012 6:20 am

I need a suggestion on what size I would need on a HSS harness.

I'm about 170#, 5'11". The sizes state: S/M(100-175 lbs.), L/XL(175-250 lbs.).

I'm not sure if the S/M is enough for me from the early to late season. Do the harness normally run big to account for clothing layers? Or should I get the L/XL?
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Re: Safety Harness Size

Postby waterdogds » Fri Oct 12, 2012 5:56 pm

Mudwader, I have the HSS Ultra Lite harness. I'm a little bigger than you and I went with the L/XL. It seems to have plenty of adjustment. Always better to have more than enough in this case. Also, if you need extra layers for colder weather, you can adjust the harness accordingly. I'm usually a little heavier in the fall and winter, so it's best to have the option to adjust to suit my midsection. :lol3: :lol3:

If the L/XL happens to not fit like you'd like it, return it to where you bought it and tell them it was a gift and the size is wrong. :thumbsup:

Good luck this season and stay safe. :thumbsup:
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