Mammut Zephir Alpine Harness
The Mammut Zephir Alpine Harness is a minimalist harness with innovative split webbing technology for serious alpine climbs. The Mammut Zephir Alpine Harness was developed in close cooperation with the two top alpinists Dani Arnold and David Lama and therefore reflects the needs of modern alpinists, who want to travel light and move quickly. In spite of a minimalist design that has been reduced to the minimum weight, the belt’s split webbing offers optimum comfort. The extremely flat design of the waist belt means that the Zephir Alpine is easily to use in combination with a backpack. Ice-screw carabiners can be individually positioned and almost any number of them can be clipped into the stitched daisy chains, while the four large but very light gear loops can handle more hardware.
Split Webbing Technology
Mammut’s Split Webbing Technology has been a game-changer in the harness world, comfort- and performance-wise. Split Webbing Technology uses two different strands of webbing in the waistbelt of the harness (as opposed to the traditional one), which are ergonomically designed to fit over and under your hips. The result is better ventilation, less padding, less weight and more comfort, without sacrificing safety.