Xtralite Reserve Parachute
Reserve Parachute, Front-Mount Container and Instrument Deck for Powered Paraglider and TrikeBuggy Pilots
SupAir Xtralite Reserve Parachute & Instrument Deck
Sup'Air Xtralite Deck Pack
This great combo includes these components:
- SupAir Xtralite Reserve Parachute (described below)
- SupAir Xtralite Front Parachute Container
- SupAir Instrument Support for the Xtralite Reserve with Velcro top for attaching instruments
Please indicate size desired when ordering.
Super Lightweight Reserve Parachute
Incredibly light new reserve made from Porcher Skytex 27 - an ultra light fabric developed specifically for reserve parachutes.
This material combines incredible lightness with extremly high tear resistance required to pass the stringent certification (EN 12491).
The XTRALITE Reserve is certified in 3 sizes:
|Max in flight weight (kg)
|Max sink rate (m/s)
|Weight inc. lines & risers(kg)
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