The Vision Sport is two ounces lighter and is the sportier, less bulky of the two Wild Country harnesses. It has four gear loops instead of five, has fixed leg loops, and lacks the rear full-strength haul loop and clip-in point, which no doubt contributes to the lower price tag. Although the waist-belt padding feels less substantial on the Vision Sport, the leg loops seemed more supportive and overall I thought the Vision Sport was as comfortable as the Elite. Like the Elite, the Vision Sport is mesh lined, and has a wear-indicator and an easy-to-pull Ziplock buckle on the belt. If you're looking to save even more money, and trim a few ounces, yet value quality and don't need adjustable leg loops, the Vision Sport is a worthy partner, one that's bound to see you through more than just a few seasons.