The PERMAIR protector combines the advantages of foam and ram air protectors. PERMAIR offers maximum damping with minimal weight and space requirement in the bag pack.
At the very top of our to-do-list for the CONTOUR-development was the integration of the Skywalk PERMAIR-Technology, in order to offer one of the most lightweight LTF 91/09 certified harnesses. The CONTOURs weight and packing size are thus specifically optimized for FLARE pilots.
The CONTOUR eliminates bulky buckles and adjustment straps. The elastic shoulder straps adapt to your size, ensure an optimal fit during the launch phase and rest comfortably on your shoulders in the air. Red and blue marked seams in the loops improve the overview while small Salewa sling protectors prevent the carabiners from twisting in the straps. In flight, insulation foam in the complete seat and elastic curved and comfortable tubes left and right aside your legs ensure an extremely comfortable fit and counteract the cold.
Go FLARE ultralight
The further development of Skywalks PERMAIR protector generation has a practical inflate/deflate check valve that makes the filling of your protector significantly easier. PERMAIR 2.0 protectors can be inflated in a minimalist way via the mouthpiece. The mouthpiece includes a moisture filter to minimize the introduction of moisture and is already included in the CONTOUR scope of delivery.
- Seat shell as an EN 1651/1999 certified harness, combined with the protector as LTF 91/09 certified set
- An added 15-liter back pocket creating a smooth, fast and slim outline
- 2 HIKE Carabiners
- Sternum strap
- Flexibel loops inside the back pocket to place your mouthpiece
- LTF 91/09 certified PERMAIR protector incl. inflate/deflate valve
- Protector shell, cover
The CONTOUR is certified to to EN 1651/1999 and additionally to LTF91/09 with PERMAIR protector.
The CONTOUR is defined as a lightweight sport aircraft with an empty weight of less than 100kg in the paraglider category.
The many homologation tests are the last hurdle in the development of a FLARE harness.
The homologation tests only take place when the test team is completely happy with the harness development.