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"Y" Bridle for
Reserve Parachute


Y BridleA single Y-shaped solo paragliding reserve bridle, with stitched loops at each end, to connect a solo paragliding reserve parachute to a solo paragliding harness.

Y bridle (single Y-shaped bridle).

Length: 145cm. Weight: 120g.

"Y" Bridle
$34 with FREE USA Shipping!

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