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Petzl Sequoia

 Petzl Sequoia 2014 Sequoia 2014 Waist Belt Multiple Gear Loops, Caritools Slots, and Spot for Emergency Compress  Opening Rings Allow Bridge Replacement  3 Bridge Lengths Available  Small and Large Suspension Rings<br/>(Sold eparately)
Petzl Sequoia 2014 image Petzl Sequoia 2014

Buy Sequoia Add-ons

Suspension Ring for Bridge


Buy Sequoia Replacement Parts

Petzl Sequoia Replacement Bridges

25cm Bridge
35cm Bridge

Ring Open (Bridge/belt/leg loop connection)

Ring Open

Petzl's top-selling professional arborist harness has been redesigned to fit better and work harder in the tree tops. The Sequoia 2014 is lightweight and low profile, with serious upgrades in adjustability and comfort.

The Sequoia features a semi-rigid, wide waistbelt with an improved fit and perforated foam padding for breathable support. The foam on the leg loops can be adjusted for support where you want it. Both belt and leg loops are adjustable and equipped with FAST buckles so that once you have it dialed in, it's easy to clip in and climb without needing to adjust the fit.

A replaceable rope bridge connects to the rings which bring together harness and leg loops. These same rings provide support for the optional Sequoia Seat (sold separately), which provides a wide, comfortable platform for suspension work.

The Sequoia has plenty of capability for carrying and organizing your tools, with 7 equipment loops with nylon sheaths, 5 retainers where a Caritool can be clipped, a slot on each side for a saw carabiner, and elastic on the back for an emergency compress.

The Sequoia has always been a popular harness for those who liked the low-profile, lightweight approach to a pro harness, and with the redesigned padding and option for suspenders, it's even better.

Be sure to check out the Sequoia user guide under the technical tab, and the videos under the video tab.

Weighs approximately 3 lb.


Petzl Sequoia Videos

Petzl Saddle Sizing

  • Size 1 (Standard): Waist measurements from 26” to 39” and leg measurements from 20” to 25”. Weighs: 1320 g
  • Size 2 (Large/XL): Waist measurements from 33” to 47” and leg measurements from 24” to 30”. Weighs: 1370 g

Supplied with 30cm bridge. 25, 30, and 35cm replacement brdiges available.

Additional Features

  • Extra-wide waist belt
  • Great ventilation
  • Adjustable leg padding
  • FAST waist & Leg buckles
  • Rope Bridge
  • 7 gear loops
  • 2 slots for saw carabiner
  • 5 Slots for Caritool
  • Lightweight
Manufacturer : Petzl
Made in : France
Weight : 2.9 lb. (Size 1)
Fall Arrest : No
Floating Bridge : Yes
Swing Seat : No
Tool Suspenders : No
Spurless / Sport : Yes

Petzl Sequoia 2014 Technical Notice

Petzl's manual for the Sequoia 2014 Download PDF


  • CE EN 358
  • CE EN 813

Customer Reviews

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(Reviews below are of the 2013 model)

Rated: Excellent Review by: Howard

“Fantastic minimalist saddle! Super happy with the quality and functionality of my new saddle. I've been using this heavily for the last 2 months and love it. Lightweight and comfortable. I mostly do production tree work/climbing in Arizona so most of the trees are finished within 1-2 hrs. Perfect saddle for my needs.

“***A heavier duty, more padded saddle would probably be ideal for people doing mostly larger trees that take several hours of climbing***”

Rated: Excellent Review by: Dan from Cut & Go Tree Care

“I bought this harness last year and my previous was an old-style saddle. From the old to the new took a few trees to get used to but it is a world of difference. I can sit in it much more comfortably, and spread my legs like I wasn't even wearing it. They did a good job on this one, and it is lighter than my buckingham saddle.”

Rated: Terrible Review by: Matson Ruddell/Certified Arborist/Owner

“I bought an older year but it looks identical. I learned on a weaver split D suspension, I bought this high dollar saddle thinking it would give me greater leg movement. Unfortunately I found it to be unbearable, the harness put all the weight on my upper thighs and squeezed the heck out of them, I could count my heart beat. I gave it to a friend and he still climbs with it today but I hated it.”

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