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FallTech debuts full body harness for women working at height

FT One harness

FallTech listened to women working at height talk about their challenges and discomfort wearing currently available full-body harnesses and is debuting the new FT-One Fit fall protection full-body harness for women. The FT-One Fit enables women to now achieve a customized fit, adjustable for their unique needs. Here’s what’s different about it:

Adjustable Sub-Pelvic Strap.  As a result of this feedback, the adjustable sub-pelvic strap of the FT-One Fit was designed. It ensures a proper fit across a women’s hips which provides a significant advancement in harness comfort.

Exclusive Comfort Legs. FallTech’s Comfort Leg straps reduce binding, chafing and significantly improves women’s mobility when working. The adjustable Comfort Leg Straps wrap comfortably around the thighs and away from sensitive pressure points.

Slip-Resistant ArrowGrip D-ring Plate. Why permit D-ring slippage to compromise your safety or comfort? The ArrowGrip D-ring plate maintains your dorsal D-ring position correctly and keeps adjustments to a minimum throughout the day.

Abrasion Resistant Shoulder Panels. Custom-designed gel inserts and padding assure comfort, while abrasion-resistant shoulder panels provide a new level of durability.

Other features include updated SRL Attachment Point, Neoprene Neck Guard, Multiple Tool Tether Anchors Points, Upgraded Lanyard Keepers and Suspension Trauma Relief Packs.

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