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So I found out today that ill be Spending the better part of a year on a lift, and im looking to invest in the most comfortable harness out there.

Any suggestions? I would prefer one where you can either wear a toolbelt or have it attached to the harness itself.

Thanks in advance!

(I live in Canada, if that makes any difference)
 

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If you want a padded harness, primegrip makes one with a removeable bag on either side. Reasonably comfortable(for a harness), gets a little sweaty in the summer. About ~300 at roofing suppliers. I think they sell the same one without the bags for a bit less.
 

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I've bought DBI, miller, peakworks, north, capital safety just to name a few. For my own self, I wear a DBI. I just replaced my old one after 7-8 years. Looked better then the miller one after 1 year.
DBI Sala are more money but they seem to last the best. I don't buy my employees the fancy 300$+ ones but as the boss, I treat myself to one.
What ever you buy, make sure it has quick connect couplings as it makes life easy getting it on and off.
 

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Here's a couple that are easy to get in Canada...I use the Exofit but have a couple comfort issues with it. The Miller's look great and they have accessory belts and a line of pouches to clip on.
I think DBI Sala makes a similar one as well. Don't cheap out on a harness if you're going to be spending a lot of time in it. Like I said, I'm using the Exofit; but it isn't all that comfortable after the 6 or 7 hour mark.

http://dbi-sala-safety.com/fall-protection/category/exofit-2/?sort=bestselling

https://www.millerfallprotection.co...tion-harnesses/revolution-harness-accessories
 
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