FallTech Comfortech 3 D-Ring Harness, Model# 7081LX
It is a great harness very comfortable but the only draw back is it a LG to XLR I wish I could have gotten a large other than that I where it every day it doesn't hurt it's an excellent harness I recommend it to all my coworkers thank you very much.
July 14, 2014
nice harness for a big guy
i weigh in at about 280 lbs and have a 44'' waist. this product fits me well and is the only one that i have found that does. it is very comfertable and i wear it about 3 to 4 hours a day.
May 19, 2014
Once the harness was adjusted to me it was very comfortable. The only preceivable trouble area may be the plastic snaps on the padded area. Overall very good product
April 16, 2014
I been a firefighter for 18 yrs used many types of safety harness, this one so far as been the easiest to put on, and it stays in place when being used.
its very good when working on steel roofs it stays close to your body with very little movement and dont restrict your movement . the only thing i would like is a front d ring so you can have the rope in front when decending
June 15, 2011
This harness is probably the most comfortable harness ever. The pads are placed perfect and DON'T SLIDE AROUND! While heavier in weight than the nylon harnesses,if it's comfort you want for a good price then this is for you.
August 31, 2010
This harness is one of the most comfortable harnesses I have ever worn. The padding and back support make it feel like you are not even wearing a harness. However there are 2 plastic catches that hold the slack straps in position and for some reason they both broke in a matter of 2 weeks. This harness is on the heavy side, but once wearing it you don't notice. Very good item just wished they made the slack clips a little better.
May 24, 2010
falltech coforttech 3d ring harness
Ordered one liked so well ordered another one. Must have if you are working on top of bins or working in flowing grain. Easy to get on and off. Would highly recomend this to anyone looking for a safety rig.
February 22, 2010
I work in the chemical manufacturing industry, within a very large plant. As an inspector, it is my role to inspect equipment at high levels, hard to reach places, and confined areas; all of which require me to wear my safety harness. I just purchased another Falltech Comfortech today for another employee. This harness has literally saved my life as I lost my footing at a height over 200'. Not only did the harness function properly, but it also did not cause any additional harm or bruising due to the comforted fit of the harness. Thank you very much!!!
March 26, 2009
Best Harness out there for this price!!!
I am a Roofing Contractor in BC, and if you follow WCB Regulations like we do in my company, then your in a harness on practically EVERY job. Being that we live in our harnesses from start to finish, finding something comfortable has been an expensive challenge. I've bought harnesses that were padded, vented, removeable mesh pads, bottle holders, the whole works, and for the price of this, you get silicone pads which are like implants all over your body, the most comfortable feeling ever. I've paid $250 for something that didn't have half the padding of this and was labelled "Exofit" to imply that it fit great....but nothing compared to this. I love the waist belt too, allows me to actually attach my toolbelt to the harnesses belt strap, so I put on my harness and the pouches are already attached. Quick, easy, and no more trying to get untangled with the shoulder straps of my toolbelt and the harness. Im buying a 2nd for my friend and another for a company raffle at our staff party.
September 3, 2007
I have had to wear my share of harnesses, this one is by far the most comfortable that I have ever been in. I haven't needed it yet thank goodness but it was there up in the air with me and makes me feel safer. It speaks for itself, it may be a little pricey but the that price it is worth it. I doesn't pinch anywhere and it fits like a good glove does. I would recomend this for any person or company to purchase for their emplyoees.
March 6, 2007