Junior is the first bi-place harness for children, which is certified according to LTF and EN standard. Thus it probably is the safest way to fly with young passengers.
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Junior is the first bi-place harness for children
Certified according to LTF and EN standard. Thus it probably is the safest way to fly with young passengers.
Junior is a harness provided with full foam protector, drop-out safeguard and special child-proof locks in order to prevent the locks being opened during flight. Material, belt layout and sewings are identic to our regular harnesses.
- Certified according to LTF and EN
- Low weight: only 1,7kg at size S
- Colour marked main suspensions (red / green)
- Easy slipping-in
- Effective foam protector
- Security belt buckles
- Honeycomb seat board
- Enhanced bottom
- Belt design suitable for children
- Comfortable padded back part
- Large storage bag
- Manufactured in the EU
|body height||< 120 cm||> 120 cm|
|max. load||100 kg||100 kg|
|harness weight||1,7 kg||1,8 kg|
|suspension height||36 cm||38cm|
|seat board size (width/length)||26cm x 26 cm||30 cm x 26 cm|
|certification||EN1651 & LTF 91/09||EN1651 & LTF 91/09|
The sizes given only are references, as the individually suitable size differs according to physique and personal preferences.
|fabric||Ripstop Nylon 210 & Cordura|
|risers||25 mm Polyester|
|leg and chest closures||Finsterwalder PT-Lock|
|seat board||synthetic; honeycomb design|
Is Junior a certified harness?
Yes! Junior is the first bi-place passenger harness for kids. The harness is certified according to LTF and EN standards. The requirements a child harness needs to fulfill at certification tests are just the same as requirements for regular paragliding harnesses. As the child harness is much smaller than regular harnesses, the force applied to the harness, in comparison, is much higher. Therefore we are proud to have reached the admission criteria even at first attempt.
If my child happens to play around with the locks during flight, can they be opened?
No! We deliberately didn't use automatic belt locks. The locks we use, particularly the chest belt lock, can not be opened during flight, due to a drop-out safeguard.
There are two available sizes for Junior. Which one shall I choose?
It is advisable, even if the child is still small, to choose size M. The provided adjustment makes it possible to use it for a small child, too. Even if the seat board is quite long, the seating is going to be appropriate for your child.