Please provide measurements and weights in inches and pounds.
When measuring, be as accurate as possible. Do not add any margin to your measurements. That's what the loose/normal/tight fit option is for. Variable CG backplate harnesses rely on a good fit to function properly.
If shoulder slope makes it difficult to decide on a 'shoulder to floor measurement, bring the arms up into a simulated flying position, elbows out at 90 degrees. This usually levels the shoulders. Measure one finger away from the neck.
For chest and hip circumference, move the tape around until you find the area that produces the largest measurement.
Single parachute option includes two zippered external pockets on the non-chute side. Double parachute option has no external pockets.
If you are unsure of the exact measurement for your direct connect riser, Rotor can provide a riser with adjustable height. Once you have a few flights and have settled on the proper height, we can convert your riser to a fixed-length riser at our AZ location. (Labor charge only, no additional materials required) However, most pilots simply continue to fly with the adjusters in place.
Pro Tip: Choose the new velcro-in zipper option when ordering a new harness. A harness main zipper is guaranteed to need replacing several times over the life of a harness. The velcro option is $250 and includes a spare zipper. Installation requires nothing more than removing the old zipper and velcroing in the new one. With a sewn in zipper, a replacement zipper will run $54 plus $100 installation. On top of that, add the shipping cost of the entire harness to/from Rotor Harness USA, as well as customer removal and re-installation of the backplate, boot, main riser, and parachute(s), and several weeks of downtime.
Orders will be forwarded to Rotor Brazil after a follow up contact with the client/dealer to confirm measurements and options, and once a 50% deposit has been received. Please include your phone and address in the form below.