Sleeve harness :: SKYWALK


The SKYWALK Sleeve harness is so small and compact that you can easily stow it in your jacket pocket! At just 250g, it's one of the lightest approved harnesses. The deliberate decision not to use stiffening elements ensures that the harness adapts perfectly to your body shape.

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Size Unisize
Pilot height (cm) 160 – 195
Packing volume (l) 0.7
Weight harness (g) 195
Weight carabiner (g) 75
Certification EN 1651:2018
Maximum load (kg) 110

SKYWALK Sleeve: adventure at your fingertips :

The SKYWALK Sleeve ultralight harness has been specially developed for trail runners, climbers, ski mountaineers, bike packers and all ambitious mountaineers who don't want to compromise on weight and bulk. The purist, ultra-light harness weighs just 240 grams, slips easily into your jacket pocket and is approved for a take-off weight of up to 110 kilograms.

The minimalist design of the seatless harness makes it extremely intuitive to use.

The Sleeve in a nutshell:

  • Minimalist
  • Ultra-light and ultra-compact
  • Intuitive

An ultra-light harness in one size:

By deliberately avoiding additional stiffening elements, the harness 'floats' - similar to the principle of a hammock - and adapts to the pilot's morphology. This means that a large pilot area can be covered with just one size.

The Sleeve in flight:
The Sleeve is a classic loop harness with a high suspension by design. The result is greater roll stability and cushioned flight behaviour in turbulence. Especially with very small wings, this behaviour is very pleasant.

Is the Sleeve suitable for winching?
The Sleeve is not recommended as a harness for winch towing.

Try the SKYWALK Sleeve in tandem flight
The Sleeve is suitable as a lightweight harness for Hike&Fly tandem passengers. However, the tandem pilot responsible must always bear in mind the increased risk of wear and tear to the equipment in the event of intensive use.



Skywalk was founded in 2001 in Germany by a group of passionate friends. They make innovative harnesses and canopies, and above all, very high performance!
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