The Austrian firm proposes the Vivo as an evolution paraglider, which will provide the pilot with confidence to fly under all conditions. It also introduces a new reserve.
Nova offers very light weight and good performance for the first of their wings showing the new visual design of the brand. EN-A certified for almost all its sizes.
The Brazilian brand proposes the designation XC Sport CCC for this new wing, claiming that it is suitable for pilots who feel confident flying an EN.C paraglider, since it promises comparable safety and handling, but with greater performance.
The Korean firm presents a modification in its light EN-C XC wing, and they show us practical gear to make communication and transport easier.
Nova presents the Mentor 6 Light. This lightweight version of their popular paraglider Mentor 6 comes with the same EN B certification. Nova´s new all-rounder wing was specially conceived to hike and fly as well as to appeal regular and more experienced pilots who wish to minimize the final size and weight of their equipment without compromising the performance and passive safety of the category.
Bruce Goldsmith has designed a safe and easy to handle wing, which will allow new pilots to enjoy and improve, safely and with confidence, beyond school flights. It is introduced as a One Glider, to learn and progress.
The Slovenian firm goes on with its wish to make hike&and fly easier, without compromising performance. Same safety and quality, with less weight.
The new version of this competition glider evolves thanks to the technological improvements it introduces, and it promises to be more versatile and competitive, due to its new design.
The Eden 7 is a top sports category paraglider that promises great XC potential. The glider was designed as a partially lightweight model with the glide ratio significantly targeted to the top of EN B category, which proposes a high level of stability and passive safety throughout the speed range.