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Full Body Rope Access Harness

The Viking Harness has been the workhorse of the rope access industry since 2005.

Generation: 5

Product Code: A100

Customizable: with different top webbing colour options.

Material: Polyester and Nylon Webbing

Weight: 2.6 kg

Max load: 154 kg – 350 lb

Standards Compliance:  CE certified to EN 361: 2002, EN 358: 1999 & EN 813: 2008 | | Meets CSA Z259.10 – all classes, ANSI Z359.11

Size A: Waist 77 – 115 cm | Leg 54 – 67 cm | Height +/- 140 – 180 cm

Size B: Waist 82 – 125 cm | Leg 60 – 83 cm | Height +/- 170 – 200 cm

Size C: Waist 96 – 134 cm | Leg 70 – 89 cm | Height +/- 180 – 210 cm

RFID can be added – details:

RFID tag is a R6 chip type – Frequency it operates on is UHF 860-960 MHz. and uses an ISO18000 6C protocol



The Viking harness is designed to be a workhorse. It has been proving itself since 2005 and this one is do 5th generation. The Viking harness is amazingly comfortable and easy to don and has an uniform fit to allow you to move around freely.

Unique leg support is provided with the double wide, laminated padding design. Not made to just to look good but instead to be highly function and comfortable.

The webbing around the torso uses ergonomically formed laminated padding to prevent chafing. We wear these too, you know.

It has 6 steel D-rings for climbing ladders, tower positioning, descender attachment, travel restraint back D-ring, and fall arrest.

The square quick link or the C061 carabiner allows to be fitted with the chest ascender with the sewn in support strap.

It features 3 durable XL gear loops.

Quick connect buckles for easy donning.

Hook and loop pull out loop for parking your fall arrest lanyard.

Customizable with different top webbing colour options.

The choice of professionals all around the world.


Extra notice:
For those who are putting on a harness like this and will be working in it while on rope we suggest you take time to learn how to don it. We often see in photos and videos that the harness isn’t sitting right and get to hear about it pinching. The trick is not to adjust the harness before you go on rope. If you walk around sure make it look like you know what your doing instead of being a slop. However before you go on rope loosen the butt straps completely and all straps a bit, especially the chest part. Once you sit in the harness you should move the leg padding towards your knees. This will help cradle you and takes the ventral D-ring straps away from your crotch. After doing this adjust your chest portion and make it tight enough for the chest ascender to be pulled up efficiently.
Whatever you do, do not and I repeat do not stand up on the ground after you made all these adjustments. Because you pulled the chest portion tight the harness will rise up and this is the problem with getting on rope while looking like a million dollars. It will end between your leg and be uncomfortable.
If you want to check if you wore your harness right? There are two things you will notice,
  1. It will be comfortable and keep in mind for long periods use a work seat.
  2. If you get back on the ground and you cannot stand up straight you know you did right.
Hope this helps and if it did talk to your trainer to show him or her how to do it right. After all there a saying those who can’t do it, train. A lot of our friends will be upset now 😉

Want to learn more about rope access follow this link: https://eyolf.ca/rope-access-work-advice/

Want to see more rope access related products following this link: https://eyolf.ca/product-category/industry/rope-access/

Here a few links to those who resell this product:

Coast Ropes – https://coastropes.ca/collections/harnesses/products/viking

Cresto – https://www.crestogroup.se/sv/viking/c-26/p-1294

Keltic Falcon –  https://kelticfalcon.com/product/maxgear-viking-harness/

Additional information


A, B, C


Black, Blue, Orange, Red, Yellow

Chest Ascender Kit

No, Yes (Add $115.95 )

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