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.
UP presents the Kibo 2 as a calmer and easier to fly paraglider than its predecessor thanks to a set of improvements for increased passive safety and feedback. Their new B hybrid three liner promises a high level of comfort and reliability combined with a decent performance and a more agile handling.
The Slovenian manufacturer 777 introduces the lightweight sister of its EN-B wing, the Knight, promising the same characteristics, with a much lighter and more compact packaging. It features the new Triple Seven Lightweight Risers.
Gin launched the Gingo Airlite 4, a harness that will make you feel safe and in control, and enjoy more your flights, according to the manufacturer.
The Brazilian manufacturer launched its beginner wing Prymus 5 and the new harness AMX 2