The buckle on the leg loops, when worn with a load-rated belt, can loosen and slip, posing a fall hazard.
This recall involves the Crye Precision LRB Leg Loops with model number MRBLL1 which is printed on a label sewn on the inside of the left or right leg loop. The load-rated leg loops used with a load-rated belt create a mountaineering harness used for mountain climbing.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled LRB Leg Loops and contact Crye Precision to receive a prepaid shipping label to return the recalled leg loops for a full refund. Crye is contacting all known purchasers about the recall.
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