Good, round and handy is an accurate description of the Carrybag by U-Turn. With the bag your glider is easily, conveniently and quickly packed up. Simply open bag, insert the glider, pull the string and done.
Used in paramotor arm systems
Square shape: the finest connector when connecting two flat webbing of same width.
The original oval shape was developed on the principle of a chain link fitted with manual nut opening. This shape reflects the spirit of Maillon Rapide quick links connectors.
Traditional windsock indicating wind direction - most often encountered on take-offs. Made of the same textile as our paragliders
Dimensions:- lenght 1,3 m- diameter: 27 cm
We sell this kind of fabric in 10x152 cm sheets. It is used to repair minor damages
MotoBag is a dedicated solid backpack for PPG wings, made of proven Cordura fabric
Practical shell for a paraglider, used instead of a regular bag
Mount is easy to fix on paraglider harness' straps. It is a perfect base for any navigational instrument covered with case equipped with velcro strap which will keep it on the mount.
Neoprene case for following variometers: Flytec Element Flytec Alto Brauniger One Brauniger One + Flytec 6010 Flytec 6005
Survival/rescue kit for paraglider pilots in spacious Cordura pocket.
A foot rest (stirrup) can be fixed to harness, clipped into carabiners via side rings. Provides comfortable rest for your legs (of vital importance in long flights)
"Easy Catch" is a godsend for all those who have problems catching the bar after take-off
CoinFlex - a functional and elegant sporty wallet
Standard V-riser, connects rescue chute to the harness. It is 120 cm long
Device to release from towing rope
A universal tool designed with typical emergencies in mind
Paragliding flight deck can be mounted on any PG or PPG harness
Frontcontainer for rescue chute with detachable instrument panel
Lighti frontcontainer covering a resuce parachute. Designed for light harnesses
Front container - NEW MODEL with neoprene
Fast-Bag (quick pack). Designed for fast glider packing
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