Supair Reserve Bridles - Solo Dyneema
When in stock, UK approx 2-5 workdays, other countries see shipping page
Model Status: Current model
Reserve parachute bridles for solo paragliding and solo powered paragliding (aka "PPG", paramotoring) use. Sold as a pair.
For solo paragliding or paramotoring use
These reserve bridles are suitable for solo paragliding and solo powered paragliding (aka "PPG", paramotoring) use. They are designed to connect a solo paragliding or solo PPG reserve parachute to a solo paragliding or solo PPG harness or reserve outer container.
- Length: 145 cm
- Webbing width: 12 mm (increasing to 14mm where sewn or covered)
- Breaking load: 2800 kg (the pair)
- Max load: 240 kg (the pair)
- Weight: 60 g (the pair)
- Material: Dyneema
- Made in Europe
Not for tandem or hang gliding use
These bridles are not suitable for tandem paragliding or tandem paramotoring use. Use reserve bridles specifically designed for tandem paragliding / paramotoring.
These bridles are also not suitable for solo or tandem hang gliding use. Use reserve bridles specifically designed for solo or tandem hang gliding.
These reserve bridles have stitched loops at each end; shorter loops at one end, longer loops at the other. These loops are for connecting to the harness attachment points at one end and the reserve strop at the other. This is usually done using suitable Maillon Rapide maillons e.g. 7mm delta (triangular) or 6mm standard (oval). Which size and shape of maillon you use depends on the width of the material you are connecting to. Since these bridle have narrow endings (< 15mm), at least one end of the maillons used can be narrow.
The loops each have heat resistant protective covers, to help protect against friction heat burns. Although theoretically - all being well - this could mean it's possible to safely use a cow hitch knot (aka lark's head knot) to connect bridles i.e. without using maillons or soft links, we generally don't recommend this because it may be less strong / failsafe, especially if not done right or the materials are incompatible. Read our article Connecting the reserve parachute, part of our article series Choose The Right Connectors.
|Shipping Details||When in stock, UK approx 2-5 workdays, other countries see shipping page|
|Model Status||Current model|