Very stable frame for larger loads. Have now tested it in Finland and pulled 75 kg. Is highly recommended.
Excellent harness. Used a few times for tyre pulling training and will use with pulk. Comfy, well build and fits perfect on broad range of body types/different layers of clothing.
Sturdy and well-fitting. Distribute the load evenly when following a heavy bucket. The strap locks are unnecessarily tight. It will definitely change when more is used.
Comfortable, fit well. Will be better tested in the spring on a cross-country skiing trip.
Ordering and delivery very transparent and flawless. Product tip top.
I’ve never used a harness for pulling a pulk on my extended solo camping snowshoeing photography trips, but I’m happy I did. Very pleased!
Have used this training at the beach dragging a couple of tyres. It is a very comfortable harness with plenty of adjustability in the straps, although it does not cinch down very much (presumably to account for the extra layers worn on expeditions). The only suggestion I would make is for the addition of a singular attachment point at the back's centre, for training purposes.
The only lack of a harness attachment method that causes jerking. You have to fix it yourself with a piece of pipe.
Comfortable and flexible harness.
This harness is well made! Very impressed with it's construction quality. That said the real test will be to see how well it holds up over time, but it feels really solid.
Excellent workmanship and adaptability to the person, at the height of the price to pay.
I use it to drag a homemade monowalker around, and it works great with your product.
2 tests carried out for the moment, nothing to say about its comfort and its solidity.
Work really well, only for a small woman maybe too big, adjustments are not enough.
Sturdy, well-fitting harness.
Good support and stability.
As a new pelvic pad hard and rubbed the skin with such a slender man broken prominent pelvic bone. However, it softened within a few days and the problem disappeared. The harness has a completely meaningless adjustment space and for such a medium-sized 181 / 75kg person, the extra strap is left to swing tens of centimeters on both the shoulder straps and the hips. Put to consider shortening the straps. For a slim person, the padding part of the harness is also big and I myself just got tightly adjusted enough. However, I also noticed a loose belt loosening in other comments, but the problem was not big. A couple of times a day you usually have to tighten. However, Fjellpulken would not be expected to have such a design fate.
For my 165-centimeter slim, my spouse’s harness is definitely too big.
All in all, a sturdy, heavy-duty harness with its own large skier and heavy jacket. I would think the hip belt stays better taut with a more mid-body support. Previously used the basic version of Fjellpulken's harness, which I think is better for a light lady and a slender person. I would leave this model popularly, as the name implies, for expedition-style going.
Comfortable to wear
Good and sturdy.
Really sturdy, and a pretty big size 164 cm long.
After a short test run, the product seems to be ok. Quite a lot, maybe a little dirty adjustment possibilities, so there are too many straps and too long. But of course they can also be taken away.
Sturdy harness that sits comfortably on top. Anchorage points on the handle in good places and thigh straps Plus to support the go.
Otherwise good and comfortable on the ground, but the tightening system is solid. The harness is laborious to tighten to fit yourself and after a while it starts to loosen. After an hour of skiing, the hip belt must be adjusted at the latest. The shoulder straps also have to be tightened and they are especially difficult to adjust from behind.
In harnesses, the positions of the pull points on the sides could be challenged at different points as needed. The current draw points are sewn completely fixed.
Good harness for 168cm cradle. Able to help pull on shoulders and are durable. Minus the slow adjustability in general and the one-sidedness of the belt loop adjustment in particular, which is hard to get tight enough for a leaner guy in particular.
The back side straps loose too easily, they must be all the time gnash.