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Like it or not, safety harnesses are a fact of life for some of us these days. The most common complaint is discomfort, and anybody who has spent time in an approved harness knows what that's about. A few hours of restricted movement, binding, frequent adjustment, and the feeling you're in a snowsuit with a small alligator, makes you wonder, "What's so safe about this?" The Miller Duraflex is constructed of an elastic material to increase mobility and reduce discomfort and fatigue. To see if it really worked, I sent this harness out into the field with Rick Palmer of Palmer Construction and Metal Roofing Specialists of Santa Fe, N.M. He used it for several months and