Certification: EN/LTF A
Certification: EN/LTF B
Certification: Certification: EN/LTF C
Certification: Two-liner | cells: 65 | aspect ratio: 6.7 | weight: 3.15 kg - size 17 | EN/LTF D
Certification: EN/LTF D
The NOVA Speedbrake Riser is the first three-liner riser which permits the glider to be accelerated as well as decelerated. It brings an end to pulling the C-lines, which killed performance.
The PRION 3, the EN-A record wing, combines performance, pleasure and safety in a perfect way! Have you already tried our EN/LTF-A certified all-round wing? Watch the movie to find out more!
ALL paraglider lines shrink or stretch and NOVA is doing something about it – after 20 hours airtime the NOVA Trim Tuning restores the wing to its perfect trim. A valuable service for all NOVA pilots!
What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Dyneema and Kevlar paragliding lines? Philipp Medicus, chief designer at NOVA, explains why he thinks mixing it up is the best policy.
We will be coming to the 42nd Coupe Icare with the new MENTOR 4 light, all our harnesses and a whole range of accessories. Please visit our stall and we will be happy to answer all your questions.
With the MENTOR 4 LIGHT we would like to present a lightweight performance miracle: at only 3.25kg you barely feel it on your back and in the air it sets new standards.
On August 11th the young German Robert Schaller flew a 209.2 km FAI-triangle on a NOVA PRION 3 – the highest score so far on an EN-A certified paraglider.
The mountain sports festival IMS invites from 15th to 18th of October to experience flying days in South Tyrol. Also present: our flying legend Toni Bender with a bus full of demo wings. Get your place in order to be there!
Chris Bessei, currently leading the German PG XC league standard class and second placed in the XContest, explains why he flies far and especially how to fly far. The basics of cross-country flying, presented by last year’s German champion.
More than 200 kilometres, three turnpoints, one mountain: on Sunday the 19th of April, eight NOVA pilots flew FAI triangles of more than 200km from the Grente (South Tyrol). Seven of them were flying MENTORS.