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Seat harness

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Created by Brian1bear 1 month ago, 23 Oct 2018
Brian1bear
NSW, 8 posts
23 Oct 2018 7:55PM
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Yes probably been asked before
Looking for a new seat harness with good lower back support and comfort any info would be appreciated .
Cheers

ActionSportsWA
WA, 605 posts
24 Oct 2018 2:10PM
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Hi Brian,

This topic was done not so long ago. The readers digest version is there are two contenders, the ION Radar and the DaKine Fusion. I think the ION was the better choice from durability point of view and most people thought both were comfortable.

I personally use the Radar and rate it highly. I used to use the Fusions many many moons ago and as a sponsored rider used to go through a couple of them a year, but I did ride a lot. FWIW.
Enjoy,

DM

Brian1bear
NSW, 8 posts
24 Oct 2018 5:29PM
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Ok cheers yes i had a fusion years ago i thought you could not get them anymore

ActionSportsWA
WA, 605 posts
24 Oct 2018 2:42PM
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Brian1bear said..
Ok cheers yes i had a fusion years ago i thought you could not get them anymore


Google is your friend, or check with your local kite shop
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Jhana
WA, 62 posts
25 Oct 2018 1:46PM
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The flying objects combo seat harness is great

www.flyingobjects.com.au/products/kiteboard/kite-combo/

Mark50
NSW, 126 posts
27 Oct 2018 8:13PM
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Dakine Nitrous shorts with a Dynabar is a great combo. Comfortable and good on your back. Great in the surf!!

Greenarrowz
NSW, 259 posts
27 Oct 2018 8:43PM
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Dakine vega 2018 with dynabar also great....cant go wrong with either.

cauncy
WA, 6534 posts
27 Oct 2018 7:45PM
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Been on the Vega for approx 4 years now, great if you like to ride powered up, lightweight but very supportive, did around 50/60 big boosts over last couple of nights and doesn't budge an inch, a bit restrictive toeside riding but that's covered with a different sliding spreader

Plummet
4258 posts
29 Oct 2018 5:13PM
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cauncy said..
Been on the Vega for approx 4 years now, great if you like to ride powered up, lightweight but very supportive, did around 50/60 big boosts over last couple of nights and doesn't budge an inch, a bit restrictive toeside riding but that's covered with a different sliding spreader


explains the poo stance.

Plummet
4258 posts
29 Oct 2018 5:14PM
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Side note. If back support is what you are after looking at hard shell harnesses might be also worthwhile.

pattiecannon
QLD, 586 posts
30 Oct 2018 10:19AM
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Mystic also make a big seat harness with plenty support for the lower back



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