GoPro Chesty Chest Mount Harness
The GoPro Chesty Chest Mount Harness is a perfect mounting alternative for your quick-release GoPro camera. The harness securely holds your GoPro camera in the center of your chest. Adjustable, elastic straps go over your shoulders and around your chest with buckle clip.
Compatibility: HERO3+, HERO3 HD HERO2, Original HD HERO.
Canadian Customers Shop Here: PointofViewCameras.ca
The “Chesty” is fully adjustable to fit all sizes. Makes it easy to capture immersive video and photo footage from, well…your chest. Perfect for skiing, mountain biking, motocross, paddle sports, or any activity where you want to get a “lower than the helmet” view of the action. See more of your arms, knees poles, and skis while skiing…or your arms and handlebars while biking or riding your motorcycle. Recommended as a more immersive way to film than on the helmet.
Fully adjustable to fit most people including over heavy winter coats.
Compatible with all GoPro Quick-Release Housing for Standard, Wide, and HD models. NOT compatible with GoPro Wrist Housing.
-  Adjustable Chest Harness
-  Vertical Surface "J-Hook" Buckle
- Warranty: One Year
I hope its good Review by DMN
well, im investing in this soon but i don't want it to point to the ground aas much as that other person said it does. If I raise it up high enough on my chest will the camera get a better view of what i'm seeing and the hills that i climb? Because watching dirt and rocks go by isn't very fun to watch. I rated this 3 stars because i still dont know how it will work out. (Posted on 12/9/09)
Excellent view for mountain biking Review by Dan
This awesome, stable, comfortable chest strap makes for amazing mountain biking videos with the wide view camera. The view includes your arms, the handlebar, your front tire, your top tube and the horizon. Sometimes it doesn't point up enough to get the horizon, especially when leaning back over your rear tire, so I had to pack a sock between the strap and my chest. GoPro later suggested mounting the camera upside down and shooting in the UPd mode, which I have yet to do but sounds like a great option. (Posted on 4/26/09)