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About XS Scuba PonyPac Harness

Great device for the boat, beach dives, swimming pool maintenance, or ocean kayaking, the XS Scuba's PonyPac Harness is one versatile harness. You're out boating and the anchor gets snagged, just roll over the side with this lightweight and easy to handle PonyPac and un-snag you're anchor. Want to do a short beach dive without all that extra weight of a large cylinder, work on the drain, pool light, or filter outlet in the pool, or maybe you see something interesting on the bottom while out on your ocean kayak, whatever it maybe when you need a lightweight easy to use cylinder harness the PonyPac is what you are looking for.

The PonyPac is a comfortable harness design to carry a pony cylinder. It fits 13 to 40 cu. ft. cylinders with diameters of 4" to 5.4" (10.16 cm to 13.7 cm). Harness is equipped with two-way adjustable sternum strap, dual-cam strap attachment, neoprene neck collar, back pad for added comfort, and has two trim weight pockets that hold up to 5 lbs. (2.27 kg) each. Adjusting the harness is made easy with the torso adjustable shoulder straps equipped with squeeze-style" side release buckles and the hook and loop waist strap closure. If you want to change the PonyPac into a Travel BCD see SKU: XSSCB XS Scuba Companion 30 lbs. (13.6 kg) Bladder.

One reason why the XS Scuba PonyPac Harness is popular is because of its Easily Adjustable.

XS Scuba PonyPac Harness Features

  • XS Scuba PonyPac Harness
  • Comfortable Harness Designed to Carry Pony Cylinder On-Your-Back
  • Fits 13, 19, 30, 40 cu. ft. Cylinders
  • Cylinder Diameters: 4" to 5.4" (10.16 cm to 13.7 cm)
  • Quick, Dual-Cam Strap Attachment
  • Neoprene Neck Collar
  • Two-Way Adjustable Sternum Strap
  • 2-Stainless Steel D-Rings
  • Dual Trim Weight Pockets for Up to 5 lbs. (2.27 kg) Each
  • Fits Companion BCD 30 lbs. (13.6 kg) Bladder (see SKU: XSSCB)
  • Grommet Ready for optional XS Scuba Rook Knife (see SKU: XSSRK)
  • Torso Adjustable Shoulder Straps w/ Squeeze-Style" Side Release Buckles
  • Hook and Loop Waist Strap Closure
  • Construction: Nylon Webbing, Nylon Fabric, Impact Resistant Plastic, Stainless Steel

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Almost perfect but a good start.


Awesome like harness. I used it for freediving and scuba diving. I initially used it without the 30lb bladder for freediving and short dives. I since have bought the 30 lb bladder and the extended tank straps and use it for deeper dives(60 feet) and it works without a problem. Very light weight and pack very well for travel. Some cons of the harness is no pockets, only 10 lbs can be put into the harness(I use 24 and must use a weight belt), and no snap-lock buckle along stomach. These are basic cons which I made some modifications and it works wonderful. Ill explain. The lack of a buckle(around abdomen) was a problem for me. I didn't feel that the Velcro strap was going to with stand constant abuse from the sea and opening and closing of the strap. I went to my local fabric store and bought some Polypropylene Webbing Strap and Snap-Lock Buckle. The size of the webbing and buckle are roughly the size of the Velcro strap. I sewed the webbing strap and buckle to the harness. I also added two xs Scuba weight pocket. This gives me a total of 20 lbs on the harness and 3 pounds of ankle weights. I am 1 pound shy of my ocean weight with a 7mm suit. Still missing pockets but hey you can't always get everything you want.


Very functional


Prompt delivery in good condition.


Bail out quick... Buy Me


Great product, used as a bail out rig for boat races and other quick entry needs. This harness works extremely well w 40 cf tank but to upgrade to 45 or 50 you need to get the larger tank binder... built tough.


Great for small tanks!


Great for short dives off the boat with small tanks. Great for the ladies! Also works well with older double-hose regulators where you want the body of the reg to ride low. Very well made, high quality.

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Steve W  What size XS Scuba Pony pac should be ordered if normal pant waist size is 42-44 inch?
ALBERTO G  I would say XL or XXL I'm a 32-34 and use an L
Jared H  I have around a 40" Waist and ordered the regular. It feels like it may be at the end of it's size range for me. It's Ok, but if I was any bigger, I may want the next size up.
Frank L  Regular.
Steve W  Thank you for the info. You show them currently "out of stock". I've gone on your waiting list to be notified when available. sw
arrick c  can any standard bladder be attached to this?
SAYAN M  Most likely not. The harness and the bladder have specific attachment points that may not be the same for another bladder by a different company. Please experiment before purchase.
MARK L  No - this is basically just a harness to hold your tank - I use it when I am cleaning my boat. I would not recommend for dives where you need buoyancy compensation
Jim R  I already have the xs scuba pony pac harness with a zeagle 44 lb lift bladder. I want to integrate my xs scuba brand slip on weight pockets... would it be ok to put them on the bottom of the shoulder straps or the cumberbund ? my goal is to no longer wear an awkward weight belt.
MILT R  Hi Jim - My experience with the PonyPac and back inflate bladder is it tends to push me over forward at the surface. I counterbalance some of this tendancy out with weight distribution rearward. If you don't spend much time on the surface or have not felt the same forward push in your own expereince, then your plan to locate weights on straps/cumberbund will probably work OK. In my own expereince I would recommend against it. Milt
Jim R  Thanks for your prompt reply. My suspicions exactly...
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