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Dive Rite Transpac Harness XT

Dive Rite Transpac Harness XT
Dive Rite TranPac XT Dive Rite TranPac XT

With a streamline design, a mountaineer’s backpack style harness, and unmatched durability, comfort, and support, the Dive Rite TransPac XT performs at the highest level.

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SKU T3300
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£319.95

From its initial design and release in 1995 to today, the TransPac XT has evolved through technology and relentless testing and diving to become one of Dive Rite’s signature products. Developed by Dive Rite CEO, Lamar Hires, the TransPac XT design was born from expeditions in the remote karst region of Japan. Lamar’s expeditions to remote areas required rugged yet comfortable gear both in and out of the water, and the equipment had to hold up under extreme conditions and unlimited use. It also had to be versatile. With this in mind, Lamar went to work designing the TransPac to meet the needs of the most extreme diver. All that he learned from 100s and 100s of dives in a vast number of locations was carefully implemented over time, making the TransPac BCD/harness system what it is today; a superior diving system.

Dive Rite Transpac Harness XTWith a streamline design, a mountaineer’s backpack style harness, and unmatched durability, comfort, and support, the TransPac XT performs at the highest level. Whether side mounting caves in Mexico, diving doubles or a rebreather on wrecks in the Great Lakes, or casually diving a single tank on a shallow reef in the Grand Cayman Islands, the TransPac’s comfort, adjustability, versatility, and ability to accessorize make it the choice BCD/harness system for the serious diver.

Soft backplate. Flexible and comfortable on the back

Wrap-around hip pads. Dual density foam pads provide cushioning and support and help distribute weight evenly across the hips and back

Ergonomic shoulder pads. Double-foam pads under the webbing strap provide padding comfort to the shoulder area

Lumbar support pad. Molded foam pad contoured in the right places with mesh airflow channels provides added comfort and instant water draining when topside

Chafe-free comfort. The padded shoulder straps and hip straps provide a chafe-free diving experience

Backpacking style waist belt. Supports and balances weight across the hips and back for even distribution of weight in and out of the water

Load distribution. The chest strap along with the crotch strap work together with the backpacking style waist belt and pivot ring shoulder straps to evenly distribute weight for maximum stability and comfort in the water

  • Shoulder straps and waist strap: Easily adjustable in length to allow for diving any type of exposure suit
  • Crotch strap (removable): Pull adjustment to set the exact length needed to accommodate any type of exposure suit
  • Cross-chest strap: Buckles across the chest with a pull adjustment to fine tune the shoulder straps in the exact position desired
  • Shoulder strap transition plates allow for finite adjustments for the perfect fit
    Pull strap on the quick-release buckles between the shoulder straps and waist strap allow for fine adjustments and a perfect fit
  • Shoulder strap attachment waist plates slide to allow for positioning on the waist strap at the desired location
  • Up to six large D-rings depending on size
  • Four small D-rings on backplate
  • Scooter ring
  • Waist strap cam buckle
  • Two roller buckle cam straps
  • Grommet mounting holes
  • Epaulet for securing wing inflator hose
  • Acetyl resin quick release buckles
  • 2-inch (50 mm) webbing rated at 7,000 pounds breaking strength
  • 2 x 36-inch (5 x 91.4 cm) cam straps
  • 1.5-inch (3.8 cm) crotch strap
  • Weight:
    • XS/SM: 4 lbs 4 oz (1.92 kg)
    • MED: 4 lbs 8 oz (2.054 kg)
    • LG: 4 lbs 12 oz (2.15 kg)
    • XL: 4 lbs 14 oz (2.20 kg)
    • XXL: 5 lbs (2.23 kg)

FOR SIZING: See DiveRite TranPac XT Size Chart

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