Crucial pieces of climbing gear: a harness is your link to the rope and the belayer, helmet, like all helmets, protects your most essential gear.
Choose a harness that suits the type of climbing you do. A seat harness is common for gym climbing, cragging, and multi-pitch rock routes.
It's best to try on a climbing harness to make sure you have a size that fits your waist and legs. Women's harnesses have different proportions in the rise, waist, and legs.
Helmets protect you against head injury and are designed to minimize the shock the rest of your body if you receive a blow to the head.
Your safety depends on the condition of your harness and its proper use. Please follow these recommendations for use, care, and retirement to reduce potential risk.