Draft Horse Pulling Harness™

Draft Horse Pulling Harness™

Item Number: 1222
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The Official Harness of the World's Strongest Man Contest Since 2002

Road tested at the highest levels and now in its second decade as the official harness of the World's Strongest Man contest, the Draft Horse Pulling Harness lets you train for muscular strength, cardiovascular endurance, fat loss, and just plain fun. Hook up whatever, wherever and p-u-u-l-l-l-l to your heart's content.

The Draft Horse Pulling Harness features:

  • comfortable, padded shoulder straps
  • bombproof construction
  • 3 anchor points on the back
  • adjustable waist and shoulder straps
  • comes with a Large Carabiner, No. 1314A

Adjustable in four sizes:

  • Small: 5' 0" - 5' 8"; 100 - 170 lb.
  • Medium: 5' 8" - 6' 2"; 170 lb. - 250 lb.
  • Large: 5' 10" - 7' 0"; 250 - 400 lb.
  • X-Large: 5' 10" - 7' 0"; over 400 lb.

If you are between two sizes, we recommend that you buy the larger one, because the harness can be worn loosely.

No. 1222 (4 lb.) $329.95

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Great for normal humans too 4/27/2020
Towing a heavy weight with this is an amazing, if unconventional, full body workout. You can use lighter weights for conditioning - try towing a kettlebell through sand- or use it for strength work. I use small tractor implements over ground I donít care about or a car with a spotter steering it for more strenuous workouts. You can pull with or without a rope in front of you for a lot more pulling strength with your arms, but thatís a difficult setup. At 6í, 170lbs, Iím not stressing any part of this thing, but sometimes itís just nice to have the best, and itís very comfortable for high intensity towing. I have the Medium, and it fit everyone who wanted to try it.
- Michael, SC
Derek Poundstone pulls a 230,000 pound train. 11/9/2011
On November 5th 2011 Derek Poundstone American professional strongman athlete pulled a 230,000lb Train 75 feet in 52 seconds. This is the heaviest thing he has ever moved or pulled and he did it using a Draft Horse Pulling Harnessô, so this proves that almost anything you want to pull, you dont need to worry on the harness holding on.
- Nuno Couto, INT