Conterra Radio Harness
For the past 20 years I have been using a radio chest harness of one type or another.
I actually have two different ones by the same manufacturer that I use depending on my needs on the day.
The one shown here with my Kenwood D72 HT on one side, and my Garmin Montana running APRS mapping on the other side may be the ultimate design out there when it comes to radio chest harnesses.
If your involved in Search and Rescue (SAR) or Amatuer Radio Emergency Service (ARES) or just need a good radio harness for your gear, this radio harness is the one you want.
My new harness features all Cordura construction, a large bellows cargo pocket, pen pouch, and twin elastic antenna keepers.
Originally designed for F.E.M.A. communications specialists who often have to carry two incompatible HT's.
It was realized that the extra radio pocket easily fit a cell phone or G.P.S. unit, making this a highly popular item.
Both pockets adjust in length and girth, so you can put your primary radio on either side.
The vertical orientation of the radio improves reception, as well as extending antenna life.
The unique suspension system virtually guarantees that the harness will not bounce or swing.
This radio chest harness is the most technologically advanced harness available, and you will not find a better one.
This harness rides very nice when you have it in place and fits snugly to your chest without the use of multiple straps or buckles found on lesser quality harnesses.
Also if you notice the width of the straps that go over the shoulders, you can wear this harness for 12 hours or more at a time, without the weight of the harness with related gear you are carrying becoming a burden.
There also are optionial pouchs available that attach for carrying extra gear.
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Here is a look at my other harness by the same manufacturer, but designed for a single HT, and with a single larger pocket.
Here is where to purchase your own radio chest harness.....