A harness' fit depends on how well your body fits the pattern used by the manufacturer. To a certain extent, you get what you pay for. The Hobie harnesses are a good, moderately priced alternative that fits most people.
But if you don't have it adjusted correctly, or can't tolerate the crotchless style, the you need to try something else.
After 20+ years of using crotchless styles (including Hobie and Magic Marine), I've gone back to a "nappy" style harness - a Zhik T2. When I first tried it on, the fit and comfort were exceptional. But, at $269, it's not for everybody.
Last edited by MBounds on Thu Oct 03, 2013 9:19 am, edited 1 time in total.