3B SLIGHT MAN is a premium, super comfortable 3-buckle harness. Quick buckles on the legs and waist belt help quickly and accurately adjust the size. This harness will definitely exceed your demanding requirements on the rocks as well as in the mountains. And it is so light that you won't even notice that you are wearing it. Maximum distribution of fall load throughout the harness.

  • 3 Quick aluminium (AL 7075) buckles – 12?mm legs, 16?mm waist.
  • Innovative ergonomic waist and legs.
  • 4 Asymmetric gear loops (5?kg).
  • Light weight belay loop in a contrasting colour (width 12?mm, 15 kN)

Made in EU.




XS, S, M, L, XL
EN 12277
XS (67-74), S (70-77), M (76-83), L (80-87), XL (85-92)
XS (46-55), S (50-58), M (54-62), L (56-68), XL (59-69)

Slight Collection

We are proud to introduce our brand new collection of sport climbing harnesses that we believe will astonish you. Our new collection, SLIGHT < 310, is completely different in style, design and comfort.  Our ROCK EMPIRE designers achieved their goal to create harnesses that go far beyond the norm in terms of comfort and lighter weight and incorporate vibrant colors.

How did we increase the comfort level of the harnesses? 

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Review - Slight Harnesses

During expeditions to assault the cliff faces after work, I gravitated towards the closest ones. Luckily, that was always to Tisá. A warm-up on an easy classic where the ring is fun, about face, didn’t even untie my shoes and right up a banger that’s been the talk of climbing pubs for decades. For the locals it’s their everyday playground.  I love this type of climbing, because I don’t need much. A light backpack, mostly only carrying lunch and the 40 metre rope.

When Rock Empire came up with their Slight super-light harness, it became my most trusted friend among the rocks and on the wall in winter.  For myself I chose the version with one buckle. This harness has all you need for sport climbing and nothing more! You can hardly feel it while climbing, but you know you can rely on it when you need to. The gear loops are just the right size to carry all the runners that I manage to attach on my way up and there’s still enough room for the ones that end up being just for decoration. Either way it was always big enough, even for all my multi-length climb gear.

Whether pulling in slack to the top of a tower or fixing points on multi-lengths, I appreciated the harness design. Unlike traditional harnesses with a padded load-bearing strap, the Slight is load-bearing over the whole surface of the strap, both the waist and the leg loops. So even if I have to wait for my lazy friend at the fixed points a bit longer, nothing itches, it’s one of the most comfortable harnesses I’ve ever had.

It’s a great harness not just for modern sport climbing, but the versions with 3 or 4 buckles make it a universal harness for multi-length climbing or for the mountains. That’s because the 3B/4B multi-buckle variants also allow you to tighten the leg loops and the two buckles at the waist, giving a more universal range of sizes. In summer, I’ll tighten it up and in winter I’ll loosen it around all the layers of warm clothing. With the SLIGHT 3B and SLIGHT 4B variants this makes it a versatile universal harness for all kinds of climbing activities.  

When packing for and approaching a mountain climb, its low weight and packing size are a big advantage. The harness can be folded into a small, light package the size of a couple of chocolate-bars that won’t take up space in even the most minimalist approach backpack.

To end with, I’d like to mention that the harness is produced in Bohemia, specifically Děčín. That’s a great plus for me. That’s why I’ll always have a place for it in my pack, mainly because it’s the size of a couple of carabiners.

In Tisá it doesn’t matter if you lose a few quickdraws, you’re on an adventure after all!


Petr Brož, certified sports climbing instructor, Rock Empire product tester, Height specialist,  Product consultant for work at heights


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Ella Adamovská climbs in 3B Slight

A few words from Eliška Adamovská:

This is the best harness I’ve ever owned. I think it’s already my sixth in a row and that’s just because I read somewhere you should replace them after each season. Otherwise, I’d probably still be climbing in the first one, it’s untouched. It’s a mystery to me why this harness, despite being so light and despite seeming so fragile, shows no sign of wear and tear. Even a whole year and a million falls later, it still looks good as new.

I use it for competitions, where its weight is the main thing, but also on the rocks where I love its firmness and durability. It has basically everything I expect and need from a harness, so I’ve never really considered using any other.


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