Choosing a reserve
1. Calculate your in flight weight, everything including paraglider and gas.
Choose a reserve with a max load at least as much as your in flight weight.
3. If you live at high altitude or are over 50, don't get near max load.
4. Bigger reserves sink slower.
5. Reserves that are too big take longer to open and are less stable.
Light weight is important for paramotor pilots.
7. If your harness doesn't have a container, you will need one.
8. If your harness doesn't have a bridal, you will need one (except for steerables.)
9. If you need hardware to attach the reserve, we can add it to your order.
10. Call us and we'll make sure you make the right choice.
||We have other brands of reserves available. Gin is one of the most trusted reserves in paragliding. The three categories of Gin reserves, One G, Yeti and Yeti Cross offer a broad range of price, weight and features. The Beamer 3 from High Adventure is also an outstandling reserve, representing the sport's more advanced technology and performance, and certainly the future of reserves.