Yates Stabo/Tactical Full Body Harness


Yates Stabo/Tactical Full Body Harness SKU# YA360 jpg image
  Yates Stabo/Tactical Full Body Harness
$290.00
YA360


Specially designed for rapid rappel and extraction operations. The waist and sternum buckles have secondary Velcro safety closure over buckles. Mil spec load bearing vest shoulder straps are sewn into the harness allowing the harness to be worn under any military load bearing vest by replacing the existing harness straps with the Stabo straps and connecting the Alice clips of the vest to the waist of the harness. Leg pouches on the harness allow for leg loops to be stowed away when not in use.

Currently being used by many DEA, FBI, BLM, Army Rangers and Special Forces personnel. Redesigned in 2004 to meet FAA TSO approval for use as a short haul harness. Dorsal D ring is used for SPIE Lanyard attacnment (Item # YA364, sold separately upon special request). Contrasting brown thread for visual inspection.

Weight: 4 lb. 11 oz.

Sizes:
Small (24 - 36 inch)
Universal (26 - 54 inch) Fully adjustable to fit most sizes.

Features
  • Large D ring for multiple connections
  • Shoulder D rings included
Certification

UL classified to meet NFPA 1983/2006 edition standards
UL Classified ANSI/OSHA Z359.1-2007 harness standards

Accessories
SPIE Lanyard (item YA364) not included. Sold separately upon special request.

Yates Stabo/Tactical Full Body Harness (leg loops stowed away) SKU# YA360 jpg image Yates Stabo/Tactical Full Body Harness SKU# YA360 (shown with Dorsal D ring attached to Yates SPIE Lanyard) jpg image

This Yates Stabo/Tactical Full Body Harness is a Rescue Response Gear Red iBex approved Yates Gear product to fill your various needs for use in rope rescue and industrial rope access fall protection when using equipment such as webbing, rope, anchors, harnesses, helmets, gloves, belay & rappel devices, ascenders, pulleys, carabiners and other approved hardware in professional swiftwater, firefighter, canyoneering, work at height, positioning, suspension and fall arrest when climbing and descending, mast and tower climb, telecoms, wind turbines and stage rigging .
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