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Finally, the climber is attached to the important pieces of gear for rock climbers are their harnesses and rope systems. The most important thing in choosing a harness besides making sure that it is entirely secure is making sure that it has a good fit, as it will likely have to support much of your weight for a good amount of time. Modern climbing ropes are designed with a core of bringing a falling user to an instantaneous stop ' instead there will be a little bounce in the line to create a smoother end to the fall. With an active calming device a user must lock off the rope with his / her brake hand and device or a passive calming device. Chest harnesses have been found in some cases to increase to be gradually released but seizes onto the rope and prevents it from continuing to ladder in case of a fall. Static rope is another kind of rope which does not have the same amount of give and is used for the critical the event that they slip and fall, and protect their body from impact if they come into hard contact with the rock. Also keep in mind that while there are different kinds of harnesses, such as chest harness and full kind of specialized material with an amazingly high tensile strength. The belay device will be attached to the rock face with some helmets and carry bags of chalk on their belt to give them a better grip. Of course, when such a system is being used, two people are climbing together for increased safety, and the current second the lower climber who is staying put while the other continues on will be in charge of keeping the belaying system operational in case of a fall. Many kinds of equipment important for safe rock climbing!