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Easy to customize for different skill levels and dive modes.




Very easy to customize the BC for different types of diving both rec and tec.

The Hollis Gear (HTS) Harness Technical System can easily switched from a single tank soft pack to a dual tank back-plate system, the modular capabilities of the HTS may be personalized to your needs. This streamlined modular harness system has a comfort back pad with lumbar support and stainless-steel D-rings on shoulders, waist and crotch strap for accessory attachment. The waist strap, crotch strap and shoulder straps are manufactured from durable 2" (5 cm) nylon webbing for strength and long-life performance.

The harnesses torso adjustable shoulder, sternum and crotch strap all are equipped with squeeze-style" side-release buckles for easy donning and doffing. The sternum strap has 2-mounting positions for a more custom fit. The waist strap also comes with a (removable) cummerbund and has a stainless-steel latch-style" buckle. Mounting of the cylinder is made easy with the dual non-slip cam bands with plastic non-corrosive cam buckles.

The HTS can accommodate the Hollis Gear S25 & S38 Wings (see SKU: HLSLXW) without the STA and Optional 10 lbs. (4.5 kg) interchangeable quick-release weight pockets with stainless steel D-rings (see SKU's: HLSHSNWS, HLSHSWS or HLSHTSWS). And now has an added carry handle. The harness system weighs 8 lbs. (3.6 kg).

This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited warranty of 24 months.



Hollis HTS 2 Harness Technical System Features

  • Hollis HTS 2 Harness Technical System:
  • Easily-Switched Single Tank Soft Pack to Dual Tank Back-Plate System
  • Modular Capabilities: Personalized to Your-Needs
  • Streamlined Modular Harness System
  • Comfort Back Pad with Lumbar Support
  • Stainless Steel D-Rings on Shoulders, Waist and Crotch Strap
    Multiple Accessory Attachment Points
  • Waist Strap, Crotch Strap and Shoulder Straps:
    Durable 2" (5cm) Nylon Webbing
    Strong and Long Life Performance
  • Torso Adjustable Shoulder, Sternum and Crotch Strap:
    Equipped with Squeeze-Style" Side-Release Buckles
    Easy Donning and Doffing
  • Sternum Strap: 2-Mounting Positions for Custom Fit
  • Waist Strap with (removable) Cummerbund and Stainless Steel Latch-Style" Buckle
  • Dual Non-Slip Cam Bands with Plastic Non-Corrosive Cam Buckles
  • Accommodate Hollis Gear S25 & S38 Wings (see SKU: HLSLXW) without the STA
  • Optional 10 lbs. (4.5 kg) Weight Pockets
  • Carry Handle
  • Weight: 8 lbs. (3.6 kg)

Hollis HTS 2 Harness Technical System Customer Reviews

Reviewed by 3 customers




Very easy to customize the BC for different types of diving both rec and tec.




Easy to customize for different skill levels and dive modes.


Very convenient system!

By Alex-Fish

To configure the trim I recommend that you install on the shoulder straps of cargo pockets with zipper.


Questions & Answers

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Jon R  How does the Hollis Stainless Back Plate install into the Hollis HTS 2 Rig? I already have the plate and want to use it instead of weights with the rig. Thanks.
HOWARD K  The backplate should be fastened with stainless steel assembly screws... the ones with male/female mating sections. The more the merrier to insure rigidity. Remember you need to secure the wing also.. maybe with some shared screws. Tank strap setup depends on tank type and your desire for multiple strap security. Lots of screws also helps streamlining rig. Also possible to use stabilising bars for rigidity. I've got to admit the whole setup does not prevent a bit of tank wobble compared to my old Oceanic Chute
GEOFFREY S  If I recall are used stainless steel book screws to secure the back plate to that rag. Back plate was not required with that system. It's been along time since I had that system. Hope this helps.
Jon R  Thanks! That is what I was thinking. The only video or info I can find online showed the soft pad pulling down off of velcro with holes for book screws behind it. Looks Like I can just insert the plate, secure it with book screws, then put the soft pad back, without having to redo all the webbing. But even the manual on hollis website has nothing.
Shopper  How long is the torso Part on the xl model? I'm a commercial diver and I wear a miller heavy belt. I just want to throw a aluminum 80 on it and go
Victor Z  I have L, down the middle of the back section, it is 19 1/4 inch from the collar (where the Hollis lable is attached) to the crotch strap d-ring attachment. weight belt gets in the way unless you wear it on your hips. i had a back plate made with 6 integrated weight pockets that fits between the harness and the wing, works great can't dump the weights though. gotta try it on to see if this works for you with the belt, may be able to adjust shoulder/crotch strap to make it sit a bit higher.
Jay W  What is the difference between hollis hts2 older and newer technical system?
Frank L  Really just cosmetic changes, and slightly different design. Both very good pieces of equipment.
GEOFFREY S  Sorry, I'm not sure but the newer version was a great piece of equipment for my needs.
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