Supair Universal Foot Rest (Foot Stirrup)
Sup'Air Universal Foot Rest
Foot Stirrup with Trim Buckles
Long foot-rest adaptable to almost all paragliding harnesses which aren't already fitted with a foot stirrup.
The foot-rest better allows the pilot to fly in a more supine (laid back) flying position, and helps take the strain off their legs and lower back. It's also very useful for helping the pilot get back in the harness properly without having to let go of the controls or put them together in one hand.
The trim buckle is setup with the webbing strap connected via a loop to the main harness webbing (vertical webbing strap starting from Carabiner running down from the chest strap).
Will retro-fit most harnesses using the cam-lock adjusters attached to webbing loops.
- Integrated elastic foot-rest recoil system which keeps it in retracted position when not in use.
- 25 cm sleeve protected aluminium bar.
- Delivered with heavy-duty webbing loops and cam-lock trimmers to fit to the harness.
- Weight: approx. 230 grams
Flybubble Paragliding fitting guidelines for Sup'Air Foot Stirrup:
The Sup'Air Foot Stirrup comes with two webbing loops with cam-lock adjusters attached to them. You have to loop the webbing loops around the correct webbing straps on your harness and then pass the cam-lock adjusters back through the webbing loops so they are strapped on. You should loop the webbing loops the around the strongest, thickest webbing straps which usually come vertically down from the karabiner to the seat plate and are often 'doubled up'. Make sure you loop the webbing loops around the correct webbing straps on the harness; otherwise you could damage your harness.
Once you have done this you should then pass two ends of the webbing straps from the foot stirrup through the cam-lock adjusters (one end for each cam-lock adjuster). If you pass the webbing straps from the foot stirrup the wrong way through the cam-lock adjusters then the cam-lock adjusters will not 'grip' the webbing and the webbing will slip through when you apply pressure with your legs (i.e. make sure you pass them through the correct way).
You should be careful not to accidentally apply the speed system on your paraglider when you mean to push your feet down on the foot stirrup.
If you are still in doubt then ask an experienced pilot, coach or instructor to take a look and help you out.
|Shipping Details||1-3 workdays|
|Model Status||Current model|