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Premium Bosun's Chair
Full padded back keeps you upright and
supported for comfort. The seat's 3/4"
wood core and high-density closed cell foam keeps load straps from constricting
around your waist. Load lifting loop straps, made from tubular nylon webbing,
are color-contrasted for easily-identifiable tie-in points with contrasting critical
seam stitching for easy inspection. Load-bearing webbing is one continuous
length for added strength. Multi-pocket detachable tool bag.
WMBSN# 55445 ShWt 5.3
The only bosun's chair that allows solo, unassisted
ascents of the mast, the Mastclimber fits over any
taut 3/8" to 5/8" rope halyard. Constructed from 1 1/2"
ballistic nylon webbing with a fiberglass-reinforced
seat, Mastclimber combines a bosun's chair and leg
straps with a pair of one-way anodized aluminum/
stainless jammers, located at the chair seat and the
intersection of the leg straps. Climb the mast quickly
and safely using only leg muscles. With no need for
static lines, the easy-to-use climber is operated by
alternatively standing up on the leg straps, which
allows you to slide up the one-way jammer of the
bosun's chair. To descend the mast, the procedure is
reversed. Recommended by
in June 2010.
Maximum waist size 50".
ATN# 505 ShWt 5
Deckware Mast Pro Harness
Specifically designed for marine use, this harness
offers more security while aloft, including an ergonomic
sculptured waist belt and super wide leg straps
for added comfort and lumber support. The belt,
with Quick adjust 'doubleback' buckles in marine
grade stainless steel, uses soft flat materials, so it is
comfortable to wear for long periods. Features a spike
pocket and multi-tool holder on the back of the belt.
IBQ Cordura covers on the leg straps give protection
against deck abrasion. Neoprene buckle covers to
prevent snagging and rig damage. It's as comfortable
as a bosun's chair and much safer, because you can't
fall out of it. Fits waist sizes 24"-40".
SPINL# DW-MPH ShWt 1.3
Developed to provide patella support and impact
protection through high-density molded foam.
Ergonomically shaped to maintain position and
prevent slipping. Breathable stretch paneling
for added comfort. Thin, breathable back panel.
Adjusts for wearing over or under gear. Sold in pairs.
A strong and well designed chair, made in
the USA with high-strength webbing, ballistic
nylon construction and an extra wide padded
seat for comfort. Low attachment point allows
for maximum height when you're working at
the masthead. Adjustable back support, wide-
mouth pockets and a D-ring for heavy tools or
parts on each side. Downhaul attachment on
bottom of the chair.
Stainless Steel Mast Steps
Polished stainless steel with a 5/8" thick teak pad instep
grooved to prevent slipping. Normal spacing is 18"-24"
apart on alternating sides of the mast. Fasten with either
screws or rivets. 11 1/4" x 5 1/8". Sold individually.
WMHAR# 7330SS ShWt 1
SPINL # ShWt
Padded Bosun's Chair
No more tiring positions or need to work
at arm's length. You can now work aloft
comfortably and safely, in perfect balance.
The back strap and crotch piece allow the
angle of the chair to be adjusted, allowing
you to find your most comfortable working
balance between back and legs. Includes
two pockets, a smaller one with two
compartments and an elastic band to hold
smaller tools, and a larger compartment for
big tools like a hammer or hacksaw. Material
is PVC-coated on both sides. Wide 1 9/16"
(40mm) webbing. Rigid 15 1/4" x 7" (39cm
x 18cm) board seat. Max. Working Load
Made from high-resistance polyester
fabric with a rigid 15 1/4" x 7" (39cm x
18cm) board seat. Two storage pockets.
Crotch strap and adjustable back strap.
Max. Working Load 220lb. (100kg).
How many sailors have struggled
to reach the gooseneck, the
highest reef point or the top of the
sail cover by attempting to balance
on a halyard, winch or something even smaller? This lightweight
5.7oz. nylon/fiberglass Mast Step is a quick and simple
solution, attaching easily to the mast providing safe and secure
footholds while climbing or working the mast. Attach steps 15"
apart on opposite sides of the spar, 48" from the masthead for
stable and safe maintenance on sheaves, halyards and masthead instruments.
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