Aerobatic harness. This harness option moves the snaps that normally sit on top of the pilots legs, to your chest, where there is no pressure from a seat belt. This works best where a Hooker Harness Ratchet type seat belt is used.
Quick Ejector Snaps. This is the Military type hardware that can be used in place of the standard B-12 snaps. Works best for former military pilots who have become accustomed to this type of hardware.
Capewell Riser Releases. For landing in high wind conditions allows the pilot to release the parachute, to prevent dragging. Disadvantages -- Heavy and expensive hardware.
Oxygen Pocket. Pocket built in to the system for a bail out bottle. (Pocket only.)
ELT Pocket. Pocket built in to the system for the pilots ELT. (Pocket only.)
Sheepskin pad. Sheepskin pads keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Installed using the Velcro channels already in place on your system.
Lumbar Support Cushion
Aero Pad. Available for Para-Cushion Back models only. A zip-on seat pad held in place by the pilots weight to restrain the Paracushion and prevent shifting during high G maneuvers.
G-Pad. An auxiliary pad that attaches to the back pad of any Para-Cushion. The G-pad is formed to snugly fit around the pilot's sides providing extra support during high G maneuvers.
Custom Monogramming. We can monogram your name, N number, or anything that space will allow on the front of your container.
Survival Equipment Pocket. Storage space built in to the container, to hold personnel items such as a cell phone, signal mirror, energy bar and a small first aid kit.