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  1. Safety Notice: Supair ACRO 4

    Safety Notice: Supair ACRO 4

    The TASKA is Supair's first foray into the Sports Class. Supair has slowly been growing their wing range, from the ground up, with the EONA (EN A), tandem SORA, EIKO, LEAF and LEAF-LIGHT (all EN B), and now the TASKA (EN C). Aimed to deliver 'accessible performance' it is a semi-light construction, avoiding the compromises of extreme lightweight product while still being compact and easy to carry at only 4.5kg in the medium size.

  2. Supair LEAF 2 paraglider review

    Supair LEAF 2 paraglider review

    I first flew the LEAF 2 on an inverted and gusty ‘low down’ day that required fast reactions and high agility. Paired with the very stable ALTIRANDO LITE harness, I found the LEAF 2 unresponsive. It felt entirely ‘average’ and I was worried I couldn’t find anything unique or outstanding to comment on. It just kind of flew around.

  3. Supair ALTIRANDO LITE paragliding harness review

    Supair ALTIRANDO LITE paragliding harness review

    The Supair ALTIRANDO LITE is aimed at Progression Class pilots (typically flying EN A or EN B) who want the security and simplicity of a traditional upright harness but are wanting to make their kit light and compact. It features a split-leg support system and a seat plate. The harness reverses to form a backpack, and it inflates in the air to give you certified airbag back protection that appears large and effective.

  4. Supair SKYPPER 2 paragliding pod harness reviews

    Supair SKYPPER 2 paragliding pod harness reviews

    The Supair SKYPPER 2 has everything else you’d expect from a top of the range harness: two reserve containers, thick 18cm back protection, generous storage pockets, a wide instrument cockpit and removable panel, and drogue chute pockets on both sides. It is a slightly different take on the competition harness that makes it more appealing to a broad range of experienced XC pilots.

  5. Supair DELIGHT 3 paragliding harness review

    Supair DELIGHT 3 paragliding harness review

    The Supair DELIGHT 3 is a lightweight pod harness with a fairly upright seating position which makes it easy to transition to for pilots unfamiliar with the reclined style of harness. With the traditional rear position for a reserve parachute and a simple ‘get-up’ leg strap design it is easy to get into and prepare for launching. It has a well-finished look and eye-catching style, but what is it really like in the air?

  6. Supair STEP paraglider review

    Supair STEP paraglider review

    The Supair STEP is a 'high B' suitable for pilots with some experience wanting to 'step up' from their first wing or progression wing into the top part of the EN B category focused on XC flying. Carlo and Nancy flew the wing in a range of summertime conditions in the UK, with some good thermals and quite choppy conditions that gave the STEP a good testing.

  7. Introducing the SUPAIR EONA 2 (EN A)

    Introducing the SUPAIR EONA 2 (EN A)

    The TASKA is Supair's first foray into the Sports Class. Supair has slowly been growing their wing range, from the ground up, with the EONA (EN A), tandem SORA, EIKO, LEAF and LEAF-LIGHT (all EN B), and now the TASKA (EN C). Aimed to deliver 'accessible performance' it is a semi-light construction, avoiding the compromises of extreme lightweight product while still being compact and easy to carry at only 4.5kg in the medium size.

  8. Supair DELIGHT 2 (Paraglider harness review)

    Supair DELIGHT 2 (Paraglider harness review)

    The TASKA is Supair's first foray into the Sports Class. Supair has slowly been growing their wing range, from the ground up, with the EONA (EN A), tandem SORA, EIKO, LEAF and LEAF-LIGHT (all EN B), and now the TASKA (EN C). Aimed to deliver 'accessible performance' it is a semi-light construction, avoiding the compromises of extreme lightweight product while still being compact and easy to carry at only 4.5kg in the medium size.

  9. Supair at the Coupe Icare 2017

    Supair at the Coupe Icare 2017

    The TASKA is Supair's first foray into the Sports Class. Supair has slowly been growing their wing range, from the ground up, with the EONA (EN A), tandem SORA, EIKO, LEAF and LEAF-LIGHT (all EN B), and now the TASKA (EN C). Aimed to deliver 'accessible performance' it is a semi-light construction, avoiding the compromises of extreme lightweight product while still being compact and easy to carry at only 4.5kg in the medium size.

  10. Supair TASKA review

    Supair TASKA review

    The TASKA is Supair's first foray into the Sports Class (EN C). Aimed to deliver 'accessible performance' it is a semi-light construction, avoiding the compromises of extreme lightweight product while still being compact and easy to carry at only 4.5kg in the medium size. Carlo and Greg take to the skies to investigate the handling and character of the TASKA.

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