Selection of paramotor and paraglider sails for beginners to advanced pilots pilots.
Tests for Paragliders with maximum passive safety and extremely forgiving flying characteristics. Gliders with good resistance to departures from normal flight. Designed for all pilots including pilots under all levels of training.
Tests for paragliders with good passive safety and forgiving flying characteristics. Gliders with some resistance to departures from normal flight. Designed for all pilots including pilots under all levels of training.
Tests for Paragliders with moderate passive safety and with potentially dynamic reactions to turbulence and pilot errors. Recovery to normal flight may require precise pilot input. Designed for pilots familiar with recovery techniques, who fly “actively” and regularly, and understand the implications of flying a glider with reduced passive safety.
Tests for Paragliders with demanding flying characteristics and potentially violent reactions to turbulence and pilot errors. Recovery to normal flight requires precise pilot input. Designed for pilots well practised in recovery techniques, who fly very actively, have significant experience of flying in turbulent conditions, and who accept the implications of flying such a wing
Paragliders intended for paramotor use and approved by the DGAC (Direction Générale de l'Aviation Civile) are not necessarily approved with the standard EN free flight (A, B, C, ...).
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The result of 12 years of soaring The Puffin is the soaring wing at LittleCloud. A worthy descendant of the Goose range, it benefits from all the experience acquired in the world of mini sailing over the past 12 years, plus the latest findings.