FITTING AND PUTTING ON YOUR HARNESS!
Some quick terms:
An Adjustment Loop is the large loop that goes
around a ring and back to a strap adjuster making
a loop that you can make bigger or smaller to adjust
the size of your gear.
A Fixed Stitch is when the strapping is stitched
close to the ring and can’t be adjusted.
TIP:We recommend arranging and adjusting your harness on the back of chair, then simply slide it off the chair and slipping it on over your head like a t-shirt.
Single Bull Dog Harness Instructions: With the fixed chest piece facing forward the adjustment loops should be going under the arms, crossing in the back,through the metal loop with the fixed stitches going up and over the shoulders to the fixed chest piece. The strap adjusters may be passed through the metal loop if needed. See example below:
Double Bull Dog Harness Instructions: With the fixed chest piece facing forward, the label should be on the inside of the piece going under your arm. See example Below:
Asymmetric Harness Instructions: With the fixed stitches facing forward with the ring located on desired side, in the desired location. There is a wide range of looks this harness can achieve depending on your preference of the ring location. See example below: