SLT Low MKII Paramotor Harness | Apco Aviation

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*All New* SLT Low MKII Paramotor Harness - Low Hook-Up points - by Apco Aviation.

SuperLight (SLT) universal paramotor harness is the most advanced and feature packed paramotor harness on the market.
Designed for the optimal balance between maximum comfort and minimum weight, it will suit pilots who demand the absolute best.
The SLT Low will fit most low attachment paramotors on the market today, improving safety, ease of use and overall flying experience.
This new generation harness improves on all aspects.
The shape has been refined for additional comfort. A larger front flap has been incorporated for easier running and more support during flight.
Seat weight has been reduced using a lightweight polycomb material for the seat board and front flap.
Improved safety features have been incorporated, taking into account different frame geometries.
The shoulder covers are replaceable for wear and tear.
For paramotor manufacturers there is a custom branding option for the shoulder cover.
The main options available for SLT Low:
  • Emergency parachute container can be zipped on either the left or right side of the harness.
  • Additional accessory pocket can be zipped on either the left or right side of the harness.
  • NEW Safety straps attach to the CG, running under the seat – will protect in case of any side arm failure - 4 different options to cover any paramotor
  • NEW Ball bearing speed bar pulleys (smoother, lighter use of speed bar)
  • Paramotor pod compatible
  • Paramotor airbag compatible
  • NEW Replaceable shoulder cover for custom branding
  • NEW Replaceable abrasion resistant shoulder cover for replacement due to wear and tear or pull start cable damage
  • Fuel gauge mirror.
  • Wonderbar (speed bar)

*** Carabiners Not Included ***

 What type of safety webbing do I need?

 Choosing your safety webbing:

For Low Swing Arms (Pap, PXP, Kangook, Fly Products, ect.) - Safety webbing short, 12mm dyneema webbing (code: 80041)

For Mid Swing Arms (S-bars, ParaJet, Kangook, Swan neck(Mini Plane), ect.) - Safety webbing long, 12mm dyneema webbing (code: 80042)


Choosing your carabiner connector webbing:

For Tube Arms (MiniPlane, R. Ultralight, Air-Conception - typical tube diameter 25mm) Carabiner loop, 12mm dyneema webbing (code: 44704)

For CNC Arms or Omega Shackle Connector (Fly Products, PXP, ParaJet, Kangoook, Scott, Yooda) Figure 8 connection for side arms with carabiner, 25mm polyester webbing. (code 80049)


Notes to ensure you have the correct setup:

Always do a hang check prior to flight.

 If your safety webbing is too short:

-It will limit the side arm range of motion, reducing weight shift ability.

-It will make it harder to get into the seat after takeoff.

- It may alter the hang/thrust angle.

 If your safety webbing is too long:

- In case of asymmetric arm failure, there will be a large difference in the carabiner heights between the two dies, leading to a dangerous weight shift turn.







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  • 5
    Apco SLT harness

    Posted by Jake Hortin on Mar 8th 2022

    I’m loving my new Apco harness, went from a Blackhawk harness to this one. Great design with lots of options. Thanks to sky sports they spent the time with me over the phone to decide. I installed the harness on an Blackhawk kestrel chassis and it hooked up perfectly.

  • 5
    Best harness

    Posted by Brian on Apr 8th 2018

    Shopping for a replacement harness after spilling gas on my harness. Wanted the same Dudek harness but noticed that Dudek went back to the old cobra heavy buckles. Dudek must have found a cheep surplus of those buckles. No other harness companies use them any more. Shopped around and found this Apco SLT. A quick glance it looks almost identical to Dudeks but their are minor differences. First thing is the weight. Apco is much lighter. Padding and comfort is about the same. The only nitpick is there's no velcro holder to stow your speed bar.