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Front Mount Reserve Container

Reserve Parachute Container and Instrument Deck for TrikeBuggy Pilots!

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Front Mount Reserve Container

Front Reserve Container

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Enlarge PhotoOur Front Mount Reserve Container and Instrument Deck attaches easily to your carabiners and hangs in view while flying.

Even though we call this a Front Reserve, it can be attached on the side if you prefer. The Front Mount Reserve Contaner can be packed with any of the fine reserve parachutes we carry - just order at the same time and ask us to pack it!


  • Top flap folds back out of the way while in use.
  • Padded top flap zips closed to protect your instruments when not in use.
  • Holds your vario, GPS, compass, etc. with velcro and lanyard loops.
  • Reserve handle is red and in plain view for easy access.
  • Made of durable materials for many years of use.
  • Does not include the Reserve Parachute.

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