• Edelrid Ace Harness Review

    The Ace is a premier climbing harness from German manufacturer Edelrid. They describe it as a 'super-light harness with 3D-Vent Lite technology for demanding routes on rock and ice.' With easy-to-use features like a single waist buckle, fixed leg loops and four wide gear loops, it caters for a wide range of activities: from sport onsights and redpoints where every gram counts, to long days in the mountains and hanging belays. The Ace fits the bill, and it fits Tom Ripley. Hear his thoughts about this bright green harness below.

  • Edelrid Canary Pro Dry Rope Review

    Tom Ripley reviews the Edelrid Canary Pro Dry rope - an 8.6mm triple-rated rope. This means it's certified by the UIAA as being safe to use as a single, half or twin-rated rope. It's essentially one of the most modern ropes you can buy as it's strong enough to be used on it's own (as a single), and light enough to be used in a pair ('half' or 'twin'). Edelrid say 'this is our ultra-light, high-end rope with triple certification. With its 8.6 mm diameter and weighing in at just 51 grams per metre, the Canary is one of the thinnest and lightest single ropes in its class. The thicker sheath proportion makes it the most robust lightweight rope on the market.'

  • Edelrid Salathe Helmet Review

    Tom Ripley reviews the Salathe helmet, a smart-looking lid from the German brand Edelrid. Distinctive in it's green and black colours, the hybrid helmet gives reliable protection and excellent ventilation - all for 200 grams. Read on to find out more.

  • Edelrid Sirana Harness Review

    Luke Davies has tested the Edelrid Sirana harness for the past six months, putting it through its paces. With a neat, clean construction and simple but effective features, the Sirana seems to be a jack-of-all-trades for every activity. Edelrid say it's an 'all-round alpine harness with 20mm Slide Block buckles and laminated harness construction for multi-pitch routes and alpine tours. The Sirana is manufactured in an environmentally-friendly and resource-saving way, which complies with the strict bluesign system requirements.'

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