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People love their Pioneers because of the versatility. You can ride them on trails, but then go cut wood. You can rip up some hills, and afterwords pull a Disking Harrow. But regardless of how you’re using the Honda Pioneer, keeping yourself and your passengers safe is always a priority. For this, UTV seat belts are good, but 4- and 5-point harnesses are even better. And with brands such as Brick City Fab, Pro Armor, as well as many other leading providers of Honda Pioneer safety accessories, we here at Everything Honda Offroad provide the Honda Pioneer harnesses you’d be foolish not to bet your life on. Whether its Dragonfire EVO harnesses in your Pioneer 1000, some Tusk 4-point harnesses in your 2017 700-4, or a Honda Pioneer harness attached to aftermarket harness bar in your Pioneer 500, you’re guaranteed to find the right UTV harness for both safety and comfort. After all, it’s one thing if your harness is uncomfortable, but if it doesn’t fit right or restricts your movement, you might be safer in a crash, but you might also more likely to crash in the first place.

When riders don’t want to leave anything to chance, they often go with 4 point seat belts or 5 point seat belts with a Honda Pioneer harness bar. The safest Pioneer harness kits — such as the Honda Pioneer Pro Armor seat belt —  need to be mounted on a a harness bar that integrates with the stock cage and headrest cross bars. You don’t want anything to protrude past the the head rest or the back of the seat, so you need a harness bar that is designed around the stock ROPS. Through the use of a harness bar, you can not only mount standard four-point harnesses on the Honda Pioneer, but retractable harnesses as well. With harnesses that are mounted in the precise orientation, are retractable, and extend to lock with the OEM belt buckles, you’ll have greater mobility behind the wheel without having to sacrifice safety. While substandard harness need retaining straps to keep them from sliding down off your shoulders, retractable Honda Pioneer harnesses hold tight and true.