Maybe changing the inner or outer shell separately? Different stiffness maybe, depending on the conditions of riding style?pmaggie wrote: ↑Tue Oct 02, 2018 3:27 pmCustomization can be good, but I agree that if you're not the world champion you'll for sure find an harness that fits perfectly, it's only a matter of patience. Just go in a good shop and take your time to test. Also, there are some other points that must be considered. First of all: 99% of the times, I tried a new harness in the shop wearing a t-shirt. Here on the lake, we have to use a wetsuit quite every session, it's rare to ride only with a boardshort and a lycra. So, just to begin I chose my harness the wrong way. Second: how old is your harness? After 4 or 5 years of use, an harness will for sure be very different from the day it was brand new. If "custom" means around double of the price (see Ride Engine), I prefer to buy a standard harness and change it more often.
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