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The Genie 4 adopts the feel of the Genie Race, our competition model, yet is more compact

Since 1998 the Genie harness concept is simple: designed by pilots for pilots who want to fly Cross Country with a precise, technical and very comfortable piloting tool.

Precise and technical

Compare to version 3, the internal shape has been redesigned to improve comfort, especially from piloting perspective. It is crucial to feel comfortable when flying in different conditions and when you want to perform in all types of thermals – precision piloting gives you the difference.

The Genie 4 geometric and internal shape has been inspired by the Genie Race to improve the in-flight position and the overall performance of your glider.

Just like the top models in the GIN range, it retains the T-bar system with 2 automatic buckles. The rescue container has been completely redesigned to facilitate a faster and easier opening of the reserve chute.

More compact

The Genie 4 is more compact. The volume of the harness has been reduced (bottom and back side) to make it easier to pack, more comfortable to wear during take-off and more streamlined in-flight. This “sleek & sexy” look is also enhanced by the new design which can be found on all models in the GIN harness range.

Who for?

The Genie 4 is suited for XC pilots looking for the perfect efficient thermalling tool.

The Genie 4 improves piloting, so it is also ideal for competition pilots who prefer to fly without a pod.

The Genie 4 is for pilots who are simply looking for the utmost comfort.

 

>2 strap automatic buckles: safety T-bar system

> Under-seat rescue container

> Optional 17cm GinSoft III back protection and side protection

> Optional light carbon seat plate (save up to 400g)

Size

S M L
< 175cm 170-185cm > 180cm

The height information in the table is for reference only.

Weight:

5.2kg (with wooden plate, without back protection)

Included with your harness

GIN 40mm carabinersUSB ManualRescue bridle StickersFoot strirrup