Yeti xtrem 2
Ultralight, yet comfortable
The new Yeti xtrem 2 comes in 3 sizes and a new colour, offering a more tailored fit. You can enjoy greater comfort, whether on a simple fly-down or on a longer soaring flight.
|Pilot height (cm)||160-175||170-185||>180|
|Weight of harness (kg)||0.27||0.295||0.335|
Quoted weight excludes speed bar and carabiners. Please note the Yeti xtrem 2 is not compatible with the Yeti airbag.
When you sit in the Yeti xtrem, the first thing you notice is the comfort. So the next time you encounter great flying conditions, you can enjoy them for as long as you like.
The Yeti xtrem 2 is, of course, light. The harness is constructed from the highest quality dyneema- webbed material. This makes the harness as light as possible but with good durability for its class.
A complete flying experience
The Yeti xtrem 2 offers refinements both on the ground and in flight. On the ground, you can now easily strap in with crampons or ski boots just by opening the leg straps. In flight, you can find your ideal semi-supine position, thanks to the carefully thought-out geometry and adjustments. You also get a real speed system that works efficiently across the whole range and ensures a comfortable flying position. Whenever you push the speed bar of the Yeti xtrem 2, you will feel the difference compared to some other lightweight harnesses.
The Yeti product range
The Yeti xtrem is part of a versatile product range that covers all your lightweight needs. For greater protection, add a Yeti rescue with front container. To carry your equipment, choose from a range of technical rucksacks and adapt it to the needs of your trip. Finally, add a Yeti paraglider or Griffin mini-paraglider and you’re good to go!
- Split legs geometry
- Lateral straps to adjust seat angle
- Leg straps can be opened via the main carabiner
- Adjustable shoulder straps
- Floating shoulder straps for comfort at the take off and control in the air
- Rescue attachment to main carabiners only (no shoulder connection)
- Certified EN 1651
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 bridles to the reserve.