Gin Yeti Light Rescue
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When in stock, UK approx 2-5 workdays, other countries see shipping page
Model Status: Current model
|No. of gores||16||18||20||20||20||24|
|Line Length (m)||4.7||5.3||5.7||7.63||8.04||8.85|
|Centre line (m)||5.24||5.89||6.34||6.71||7.08||7.78|
|Sink rate at max. load (m/s)||5.07||5.03||5.13||5.25||
|Max. load (kg)||80||100||120||150||180||220|
The Yeti Rescue is delivered complete with inner deployment bag, ready to fit into your harness.
*Size #50 was measured with a descent rate of 5.4 m/s at 180 kg, and 5.2 m/s at 160 kg.
To front mount on your harness, use a suitable reserve outer container and bridles. For example:
For sizes #27, #35 and #40 you could use the Gin Rescue Cockpit and the Gin Yeti Rescue Y-Bridle (80cm or 125cm).
For sizes #45 you could use the Gin Rescue Cockpit and the Gin Yeti Rescue Y-Bridle (80cm or 125cm).
For sizes #50 and #60 you could use the Gin Rescue Cockpit and the Gin Tandem Rescue Bridle.
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Gin Yeti Light Rescue: light PDA reserve
The new GIN Yeti Light Rescue paragliding and paramotoring emergency reserve parachute is—like its competitors—light and compact, but it offers 40% more surface area.
For example, the #35 size weighs only 1.5 kg, yet it offers a surface area of 35 m2 and a certified sink rate of 5 m/sec., at a maximum weight in flight of 100 kg.
- Light and compact
- Certified EN-12491
- 6 sizes, covering weights up to 220 kg
We all know how a large surface area is important for the safety of a reserve parachute. Gin Gliders' design brief for this new reserve was lightweight, but without compromising the surface area. 2 years of development and testing were necessary to reach this high standard of technical performance.
Gin Gliders reserve installation video
|Reserve Certification||EN 12491|
|Shipping Details||When in stock, UK approx 2-5 workdays, other countries see shipping page|
|Model Status||Current model|