DBI-SALA ExoFit XP Construction Positioning Harness

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Sale Price $414.86
DBI-SALA has kept safety as its top priority when it comes to fall protection. The ExoFit harnesses are made out of high quality materials which incorporate a breathable Dri-Lex fabric wicking the moisture away from the workers body while keeping them comfortable and dry. The Lycra® edging will flow with the workers movement eliminating painful chafing and friction, increasing the users movement and overall ease when donning the harness.

Key Features:
  • Spring-loaded stand-up dorsal D-ring
  • Impact indicator on back D-ring
  • Easy pad removal
  • Washable pads
  • Integral lanyard keeper
  • Positioning D-rings
  • Lightweight
Engineered to be easy to get into and take off, this harness provides smart features in addition to the excellent safety and mobility. The buckles are designed for a simple quick-connect. The back of the harness is "X" shaped, featuring a simple tug of the D-ring for unraveling of the harness. Most harnesses become easily tangled when stowed. The ExoFit XP can dropped in the back of your truck or packed away and all you have to do is pick it up by the dorsal D-ring and give it a shake.

DBI-SALA ExoFit Harness Size Chart

Part Numbers:
1110150 - Small
1110151 - Medium
1110152 - Large
1110153 - Extra-Large
More Information
SKU DBI01-1110152-
Weight 7.0000
MPN 1110152
Safety Standard OSHA, ANSI
Size No
Harness Style Construction Vest-Style
Connection Points Back Dorsal D-Ring, Side Positioning D-Rings
Belt Option Loops for Belt
Leg Straps Quick-Connect Buckle
Webbing Material Polyester (Standard)
Weight Capacity 420 Pounds
Size Type Sized
Color No
FR Rating No
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  1. Ric Seelbinder

    2014-03-24 18:25:45

    What size would I require? I am 5 ft.10 in. tall and weigh about 240 pounds. I work in a power house that has many different sala harnesses. What is the normal life of the harnesses?

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    1. Justin

      2014-03-24 18:25:45

      You're on the cusp of the Medium and Large sizes. I'd recommend the Large because you may be layered up in the winter.<br>
      Harnesses have a 5-year lifespan, and are supposed to be changed out after that time period.

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