Large Muddy Outdoors® Safety Harness

Item # WX2-284953

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Muddy Outdoors® Large Safety Harness.

Hitch up the clydesdales! Of course this tangle-free, lightweight Adult Harness is for hunting in safety.

  • Super-silent, rubber-coated parachute buckles provide a rock-solid connection
  • No metal-to-metal buckles
  • Adjustable cam buckles lock without noise
  • Easy chest and waist strap adjustments
  • Integrated binocular straps
  • Includes linemans rope tree strap.
  • Fits 6'3" ht. Waist: 40". 230-lb. weight capacity.

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  1. 5 stars
    Great harness don't even Know your wearing it
  2. 5 stars
    Haven't used it in the stand yet, but it goes on very easily and quickly. Fits well wih the many adjustment options.
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