Ozone Easy Bag
The Faster Paraglider Backpack!
Ozone Easy Bag Paraglider Backpack
This all-new combination stuff sack and backpack is innovative and functional.
Click the picture to the right, and you can see how this pack lays out flat so you can put your gathered glider and harness on top of it, then wrap it up like a big burrito!
Next, you pull the top and bottom together and you have the Easy Bag - the faster paraglider backpack!
With the many compression straps on the sides of the Easy Bag, you can easily use it for the smallest Mojo solo glider or the biggest Magnum tandem mothership - including room for the harnesses!
Padded shoulder straps and a minimal waist strap complete this remarkable pack. The Easy Bag works equally well for simply keeping your gear out of the sun between flights - simply "burrito" it and flip it over!
We apologize, but due to the fluctuation in the dollar exchange rate, many of our suppliers are unable to provide us with consistent pricing on the products we purchase from them. Therefore we must also state that prices are subject to change without notice. However, be assured, when you place an order we will contact you for approval before processing any product purchase at a different price than what is stated on the web.
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