Certification: EN/LTF A
高级别EN A滑翔伞AONIC的运动性及性能让人印象深刻，这在EN A级别的伞上并不常见——尽管如此，由于其高水准的安全性，它同样非常适合用于教学。
从根本上重新设计的ION 6 (EN/LTF B认证)，是广受欢迎的ION系列的新一代产品。我们得到的结果是：高度的被动安全性，相当精准的操控性和最大化的飞行性能，来帮助您实现个人的越野飞行目标。
Certification: EN/LTF B
现在，因为ION 6 Light (EN/LTF B)的无限多功能用途，唯一不飞的原因只剩天气。无论您计划爬山飞行，本场翱翔，甚至是野心勃勃的越野飞行——只要阳光照耀，这款伞都将带您到最前端、最高处。高度的被动安全性是标准配置。
Certification: EN/LTF B级别
过去很多年，在EN B级别伞翼里，MENTOR系列都是顶级性能的代名词。MENTOR 6，在前几代产品的优势基础上，通过创新手段让性能得以进一步提升。现在，让这位同级别产品里的“大师”，带你一起去探索更广阔的天地吧。
既可本场飞行，又能环游世界的B级伞翼——MENTOR 6 Light（S号）虽然在重量上比它的“大哥哥”轻了850克，但它同样拥有那些巧妙的新设计，比如“锯齿形3D塑形”，创新的“迷你翼肋矢量带”、“双B上层伞绳”和全新组带设计。在登山飞行中，有时难免遇到不太舒服的飞行气象条件，MENTOR 6 Light不但性能表现卓越，还拥有额外舒适的伞绳配平。对任何渴望实现长距离旅行（在地面和在空中）的人来说，这些特点都让它成为理想的伙伴，让行李尽可能轻盈。
Certification: EN/LTF B认证
The PHANTOM offers the safety of a basic intermediate with the performance of a top-end wing. This has been made possible through probably the most complex construction ever used in a serial-production wing.
The SECTOR is a performance XC wing with comparatively low aspect ratio, with substantial, totally usable performance and excellent handling. Like the MENTOR in the standard class, the SECTOR is the mile-eater of the sports class.
SECTOR - for your perfect XC day!
Certification: Certification: EN/LTF C
Certification: EN/LTF D
Certification: EN/LTF D认证
DOUBLESKIN是世界上最轻的拥有上下翼面的滑翔伞*（2.1kg / 17平米）。它的收叠体积非常小；与单翼面伞相比，由于具有更好的空气动力学特性，它在空中也充满乐趣。有DOUBLESIKN的陪伴，登山过程变得跟飞行和降落一样令人享受。有三个尺码可选：17/20/23。
Certification: EN/LTF A认证
跟同系列上一代一样，BION 2让职业的双人伞飞行员，以及想要分享最美时刻的活跃的休闲飞行员兴奋不已。起飞、享受、安全着陆：BION 2是严肃担当“己任”的值得信赖的合作伙伴。这款性能卓越的伞永远不会让您或您的乘客失望。
Certification: 分享最美时刻（EN/LTF B）
Distracted by all the X-Alps buzz, the community almost oversaw that NOVA Norwegian team pilot Gunnar Sæbu flew two new national records on June 9, 2021 on his trusty NOVA TRITON 2 Light. While XContest calculates 271.16 km open distance, the new Norwegian record in free distance is now 253 km and 251 km to declared goal. The flight was launched in...
The tenth edition of the X-Alps has come to an end. What a great show! The irresistible Chrigel Maurer has won for the seventh time in a row. And the other athletes delivered fantastic performances and provided the best entertainment for us couch potato pilots. Yesterday, blogger Roli Mäder philosophised about the athletes' performances, the risk...
By the time this blog post goes online, dear readers, it won't be 24 hours until the 10th Red Bull X-Alps are history. Time for a summary - split between today and tomorrow. As blogger colleague Gottbrath did so vividly yesterday, today I'll try to supplement the blog with some general and personal thoughts and keep it interesting. Following these...
It is the third last day of the Red Bull X-Alps 2021 and slowly the euphoria and the speed of the events are dying down a bit. Therefore, in this post we want to turn our attention to a few basic things - apart from the rather overseeable ups and downs in the ranking. Let’s have a look at the performance of the athletes, what can go wrong and why....
A little devil would have taken Chrigel's paraglider away from him yesterday on the Schmittenhöhe, packed a few rocks in his backpack and sent him on foot down to the lake for a swim. It's a mockery that the X-Alps are still going on for three days, but the winner and his closest pursuers seem to have taken advantage of the beautiful weather. They...
HE has closed the bag: The Eagle has landed! This time not on the moon, but on the raft on the Zeller See. The alien, the one and only Chrigel Maurer has won the Red Bull X-Alps for the seventh time in a row. We congratulate and bow our heads in deepest respect to the King of the X-Alps. When HE crossed the finish line, HE was about 130 km ahead of...
For those who did not follow the live tracking today: this was probably the day of the seventh X-Alps victory for Chrigel Maurer. You don't have to be a prophet to make this prediction. The eagle flies and flies and flies – while his closest pursuers can't quite make headway in worse aerological conditions. The “Eagle from Adelboden” easily...
Wow, what an exciting and eventful day! The weather did not promise record conditions, it was supposed to be a bit too windy and the base a bit too low for that. But it should have been well possible to fly around Mont Blanc, the turnpoint 9 so feared by all athletes, on its west side. Because if that didn't succeed, "very nasty hiking" would be...
Today, the leading group was on its way from Turnpoint 7 Fiesch to Turnpoint 8 Dent d'Oche. The weather forecast did not promise a great day, but paraglidable.com displayed “green”. So, it should have been reasonably flyable. In the morning, however, the cloud base lay on the mountains for a long time. Would it open up? And if so, when and where...
A short review about Wednesday evening up front: Of the top guys, Paul Guschlbauer still managed a glide over Lake Walen, didn't make it or wouldn't make it into Glarnerland. The others flew into the valley. Chrigel Maurer flew the farthest in much shade and climbed to the Klausen pass. Close on his heels were a host of competitors, including...