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Straps & Harnesses

Increase comfort to allow you to get more work done

These harnesses distribute the load from your hands to your shoulders. They also...
These harnesses distribute the load from your hands to your shoulders. They also help reduce operator fatigue and make it easier to use brushcutters and clearing saws for extended periods. Not only do trimmer straps and harnesses help minimize the strain associated with extended use, they can also be required gear depending on the job. (A double shoulder harness is required per ANSI when using a circular saw blade on a brushcutter.)
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  1. 7 years ago
    Tired? Nah, only been at it a few hours...
    This puppy -- once you get it adjusted to your pleasing -- turns a chore into a pleasant walk. And it's very easy to adjust, even when it's attached to your trimmer. It could use a pocket to hold a water bottle, and perhaps a pouch to hold the tools needed to change trimmer heads, but that's a quibble easily handled by the pockets in me kilt. (Normal folks might use a fanny pack or messenger bag.) I have used this for seven hours straight, up and down the foothills in Appalachia, and the only ... read more reason I was tired was due to going up and down "hills" that are over 900 feet high.
  2. 4 years ago
    Great product saves your back
    I got this a few hours ago and have been using it with my fs38 saves a lot of backpain
  3. 6 years ago
    Good strap
    This strap is a million times better than the standard strap. The standard strap digs into your shoulder and hip. This strap distributes the weight to both shoulder and your back. It also has a plate on the back of the clip to prevent it from digging in your side. The only downside is that it's more inconvenient to use this when trimming grass on levees because it has to be adjusted more frequently.
  1. 6 years ago
    This makes the job much easier.
    Can be attached easily and puts some of the weight on your shoulders so you can move the trimmer with more control.
  2. 3 years ago
    7 year review
    This is the strap that came with my FS 85 Pro when I purchased it. Not one issue with the strap, it stays adjusted and the quick clip is like new. When I use the trimmer on my 2.5 acres it tends to be a 2 hour deal. Lots of trimming plus I edge my 300 foot concrete drive with my FS85. The strap is wide enough to support the trimmer for extended periods, eventually I will switch shoulders the strap is on. Also included in the workload is using the mini cultivater when needed, using the brush ... read more cutter blade on the bigger stuff as needed and using the pole pruner attachment for trimming branches. This strap still handles all the work I throw at it. Highly recommended!
  1. 11 months ago
    Best
    I just bought this 3 weeks or so ago. And used for the day and find it to be the most user friendly & comfortable . It take all the weight off your arm and you can cut for hours.
  2. 11 months ago
    The ABSOLUTE ULTIMATE in Brushcutter Harnesses!
    I purchased the Advance X-Treem Harness upon the recommendation of my Stihl Dealer. I have ALL of the other Stihl Harnesses and can say this one is by far the CADILLAC of the Stihl line of harnesses! The adjustments you can make alone are worth EVERY penny you spend. This harness is made for the working man that uses a brushcutter for long periods of time. After a day of use, you don't have the sore spots on your shoulder/ upper back area as the weight of the brushcutter can be adjusted to your ... read more preference. Guys/Gals....THIS is the REAL DEAL if you use a brushcutter! Thank you to STIHL for designing a harness that is TRULY meant for the comfort of the operator. WELL DONE!
  3. 8 months ago
    99.9% Great harness
    Very comfortable and maneuverable. The flap pad slides on its sling strap so you can easily reach out or pull back with the trimmer. That makes it great for hillsides. The only place this harness misses the mark on is the tool clip height adjustment. Stock, it requires removing it and fiddling with the strap and hoping you get it right. I fixed this by attaching a simple buckle from a 1” tie down strap to the breast plate with some zip ties. Now with the push of a button and tug of the strap I ... read more can adjust the hook height on the fly.
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