- EN / LTF / CE
All-round harness for leisure, sport and XC pilots
The Gingo 3 is aimed at leisure, sport and cross country pilots who prefer the precise handling of a seat board and the safety features of a 17cm foam back protector.
|Pilot height (cm)||<165||160-175||170-185||180-190|
|Weight of harness (kg)||3.8||4.0||4.2||4.5|
The Gingo 3 is designed to provide confidence and comfort in the air so that you can have the most fun possible whilst staying safe. The Gingo 3 strikes an ideal balance between transmission and damping of glider movement and this can also be further tuned to your taste via the adjustable cross-braced chest strap. In turns, feedback is well co-ordinated and the handling is precise. Due to these excellent characteristics, the Gingo is the go-to harness of the GIN R&D team.
Safe, simple and light
The Gingo 3 features numerous improvements compared to the Gingo 2. A re-shaped under-seat rescue container allows easier rescue extraction. In addition, the shoulder suspension points for the rescue have been re-designed for a more optimal landing position in case of a rescue deployment. Harness adjustments are simple to make both on the ground and in the air. The Gingo 3 is 2kg lighter and more compact than its predecessor—it’s both light to carry and easy to pack. High quality materials are used throughout, ensuring a long product life.
Clean and aerodynamic
3D shaping, simulation and testing have produced the most aerodynamic harness possible. The harness has a neat, clean profile that both looks good and performs well.
- 3 click buckles with T-lock safety system
- Under-seat rescue container (redesigned with unique complete opening of the container)
- 2 side pockets + 1 big back pocket with radio and camel back holder
- Towing attachment points
- 17cm GinSoft back protection
- Optional light carbon seat plate (save up to 400g)
- Attachment points to add an optional foot stirrup
Included with your harness
Automatic aluminium carabiners have a limited lifetime due to metal fatigue. They must be replaced after 5 years or 500 flight hours, whichever is soonest. They should never be used between spreaders and tandem wing risers as main carabiners. They should also never be used to connect rescue systems.