The NEO-Koroyd protector in some GIN harnesses has unique properties due to the dissipation of energy by the deformation of the material, noise and heat.
In 2005, the GIN Team took a rare break from R&D and competition flying to travel to Peru. The trip took them from Lima city to the beaches of Paracas and the mountains of Cusco. The film of the experience was previously released on DVD and is now officially available online.
Both Condor sizes have now been DGAC certified with a much higher maximum load. The Condor 37 is now DGAC certified up to 430kg, while the Condor 41 is now DGAC certified up to 472.5 kg.
This innovative design by paramotor adventurer Nicolas Berger uses the frame of the motor to span the tent. This makes the tent both easy to carry and quick to erect. A rain-defying exoskeleton keeps you and your entire materials safe and dry, whilst the breathable mesh protects from bugs and other insects.