I like the lock but have you had these liquid force harnesses before with the rear safety? It is an absolute nightmare about half the time you go to the leash it pops off and there goes your kite. What happens is when the leash pulls, it catches right against the little pull and pops it off.norcom wrote:Good stuff! I'm liking my Mystic clickerbar 3.0 and this looks even easier to use Love the rear safety too. Companies need to keep innovating. And for those of you who are worried about "plastic" should check your current gear and see how much plastic there already is.
Just my opinion. A QR on the back leash is nice of course, but it should pull either up or down not straight forwards which is the same direction your leash goes when you get dragged.
this harness is too darn complicated, I would rip off the rear handle pass, leash to the front, cut off that little extra tightener strap then it makes a fine harness.
The liquid force harnesses work pretty well for me so I do like them, as you know the most important thing about a harness is not all the batman utility belt do dads on it but how comfortable it is, and for my body they are comfortable.
I'm not against innovation, like I said I like the idea of the tightener seems useful.