Finnsub Fly DIR Harness

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  • Description

    Finnsub Fly DIR Harness is designed for demanding technical divers to be used in cave and wreck diving. It can be fitted with all types of FLY wings and can be used with the weight pockets.

    The backplate can be made out of stainless steel or aluminium. The aluminium one comes in 3mm thickness and weighs 0.75 kg. The stainless steel one comes in either 3mm (weighing 2.75kgs) or 6 mm (weighing 5.5 kgs).

  • Features

    Designed for Streamlined Safety

    The FLY DIR Harness which comes with fixed, continuous webbing is designed based on the DIR/Hogarthian philosophy, which aims to keep equipment streamlined and minimalistic, without compromising their safety.

    Backplate Options

    The backplate comes in three options: 3mm Aluminium (weight 0.75kg), which is perfect for travelling due to it lightness, 3mm Stainless Steel (weight 2,75 kg’s) or thicker 6mm Stainless Steel (weght 5,5kg).

    Other Features

    The DIR Harness comes with 7 stoppers (made of 2mm stainless steel) and 5 D-rings (5mm thick, precisely welded and abraded). It has a rear pocket for SMB and adjustable crotch- and waist strap with stainless steel D-ring and buckle.  
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  • Returns


    If you change your mind, it doesn’t fit, or you become inflicted with buyer’s regret - that's OK!

    Mike's Dive Store offer an extended returns policy of 30 days - so you can be rest assured if the suit, piece of diving equipment or gift doesn't suit then just send it back and we will either exchange it or offer a full refund less any postage costs. Too easy!

    Please note that there are some special order items on our website that will be subject to a 20% re-stocking fee but we will let you know about these items before we special order them so that you are aware of this. If this is the case we can always help with correct sizing so that we minimise the risk of return.

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