Scuba Pro's X-TEK products incorporate many years of knowledge and experience offering tech divers exceptional results. No matter where your dives may take you: to the most mysterious caves, in old, dilapidated ship wrecks or in the deepest depths of the oceans, with the TEK products from SCUBAPRO you will always have a reliable and safe companion.
The X-Tek Form Tek Harness is a Three-Piece Form-Harness-System with padded shoulders and Anatomically Optimized Back Pack for the ultimate in comfort is equipped with Quick Release Buckles on both left and right shoulders and a Cross-Chest Sternum Strap all for easy removal. The Shoulder and Sternum Straps are Adjustable for a Custom Fit. Harness System is compatible with Scubapro's Stainless Steel or Aluminum Back-Plate (SKU: SCPXTBSS or SCPXTBAL) which are convertible for single cylinder use.
The Form Tek System has more D-Rings for attachment of accessories than most Tek Setups on the market. Four Large D-Rings on the Shoulders, Two D-Rings on the Shoulder Adjustment Strap Ends, one on each side, Two D-Rings on Sternum Strap, one on each end, Six D-Rings on Padded Back Pack, three on each side, Two D-Rings on Waist Strap, one on each side. If use of a Crotch Strap is desired with additional D-Rings see SKU: SCPXTCS X-Tek Crotch Strap. Strap comes equipped with Two D-Rings and is a 2" (5.1 cm) Nylon Webbing Crotch Strap. Waist Strap is equipped with a Stainless Steel Buckle. Harness can use an Optional QR-Weight System. Harness comes with a Owner's Manual for easy assembly to Back-Plate.
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Comments about Scubapro X-Tek Form Tek Harness System:
Ok; it's not DIR.
It is a hybrid somewhere between a hog harness and and a standard BCD.
It is very comfortable and adjustable. There is a combination of sewn parts and 2 inch webbing that provides some of the configuration possibilities of a hog harness with a big leap in anatomical fit. Best feature is the shoulder straps and chest strap that take pressure off your armpits. Nearly as good are the well positioned flexible pads at the hip and back. This is a plush harness.
Admittedly there are way too many D rings. They can be removed. Mine went from 16 to 6 D rings using a razor and bolt cutter. It's up to you.
If you have been looking at the many positive benefits of going to a backplate and wing configuration but were turned off by the rigid backplate and utilitarian harness this is the answer.
My apologies to any DIR aficionados I may offend with my comments.