Recreational Barrel Works Expedition Barrel Harness - Fits 30 & 60L Barrels

Recreational Barrel Works

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Portage your 60L or 30L canoe barrel comfortably and securely with the EXPEDITION barrel harness by Recreational Barrel Works. A graduate from miles of experience on the roughest portage trails. You have found a harness designed to work hard and perform up to the highest expectations. 

This harness is designed to fit most body sizes and features generous padding on the shoulder straps, hip-belt and back-pad between you and the barrel. Other advantages this harness has are features like a longer hi-viz shoulder tension adjustment strap which is easier to reach when wearing the harness.  This harness also has a webbing strap across the top of the barrel to secure your load and serves as a place for extra clothing layers or your PFD while on the portage.

Features:

* Fits a 60L or 30L barrel.
* No straps or fabric going under the barrel that would quickly become worn out against the hardness of the barrel.
* Padded shoulder straps and hip-belts.
* Padded lumbar area and comfy foam padding between your back and the barrel.
* A grab loop between the shoulder straps to aid putting on the harness solo.
* A long shoulder-strap tension adjustment strap which is easy to reach when wearing the harness.
* Rugged/durable connection of shoulder straps to the harness body to prevent failure.
* Webbing across the top of the barrel helps secure against accidentally opening the barrel when aligned to the lever handle and also serves as a place for extra clothing layers or your PFD while on the portage.
* Easy to change the straps from a 60L barrel to a 30L barrel and back again.

Specifications:

Volume: Fits 30L and 60L barrels
Weight: 0.7 kg/1 lb 9 oz
Colour: Yellow and Black

***Please note this listing is for the harness only, the blue barrel shown is for product demonstration purposes and is not included.
 



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