PPG Stuff Sack
Drawstring Bag for Powered Paragliders
Paramotor Wing Embroidered Stuff Sack
Make it easy!
Now you can throw your wing into the truck in a matter of seconds with our Stuff Sack drawstring bag!
Simply gather your paraglider wing into a ball using the lines, and set it into the center of the Stuff Sack laid out on the ground. Lift the drawstring around the glider and pull the string tight. There is also a cinch belt to make the stuffed glider a bit more compact for easy carrying.
Once tied, you can lift the bag onto your shoulders and use the built-in adjustable shoulder straps to carry your paraglider.
Colors are Black with Blue, Green, Yellow or Red accents. Please specify or we'll just send you our choice of color.
You may never want to fold your wing again!
Accent colors - Blue, Green, Yellow or Red on Black.
PPG Stuff Sack
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