Honeywell Miller AirCore Construction Full Body Harness with Quick Connect and Lumbar Pad

SKU CCW-23-026-0041
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  • Ergonomic
  • Breathable webbing
  • Lightweight
  • Superior comfort
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Product Overview

From the trusted Honeywell Miller line of fall protection products comes the Miller AirCore Full Body Harness with its famous breathable webbing, lightweight capabilities, quick-connect chest strap buckle, and bright green coloring. It also features lumbar support, side D-rings, removable belt, and quick-connect leg strap. Ideal for use in a number of industries and applications such as construction and utilities.


(1) Honeywell Miller AirCore Harness Quick-Connect Buckles and Lumbar Pad


  • Applicable in confined space and height hazard jobs
  • Ergonomic and strategically-padded for support
  • Features less surface area than most other harnesses and therefore, lightweight and portable
  • Bright green coloring for easy spotting
  • Quick-connect leg strap and chest buckles
  • Side D-rings
  • Full Body harness with lumbar pad for enhanced back support
  • Meets OSHA, CSA and ANSI standards



  • Size Group: Universal
  • Connection Type: Side D-Rings
  • Fastening Method: Quick-Connect Chest & Leg Straps
  • Harness Style: Full Body
  • Webbing Material: Polyester
  • Weight Capacity: 400 lbs
  • Weight: 6.45 lbs
  • Manufacturer SKU: MIL01-AC-QC-BDP/UGN


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