Supair LEAF 2
|Flat surface area (m²)||21.2||24.4||26.2||28.6||30.4|
|Flat aspect ratio||5.3||5.3||5.3||5.3||5.7|
|Projected surface area (m²)||17.7||20.4||21.9||24||25.5|
|Projected span (m)||8.2||8.8||9.1||9.5||9.8|
|Projected aspect ratio||3.79||3.79||3.79||3.79||3.79|
|Flying weight range (kg)||55-75||70-90||80-100||90-110||105-125|
Colours: Canari (yellow), Volcano (red) and Earth (blue)
- LEAF 2 glider
- Trek Backpack 130 L (glider rucksack)
- Inner bag
- Rolling Pack (concertina bag)
- Speed system
- User manual (USB stick)
- Repair kit
A true EN B wing with easy-going and predictable behaviour, the LEAF 2 will inspire trust in you from the get-go!
For the R&D team at Supair, high quality, ergonomic design and user-friendliness were keywords throughout the development process.
Thanks to feedback from dealers, pilots and instructors, Supair had great insights that helped them develop a glider with more easy-going launch characteristics compared to it's predecessor. The inflation is gradual, steady and stable. Handling is firm and progressive, whilst passive safety has been optimised.
With such easy handling, from the slight pitch movements when entering lift to the optimal roll angle in turns, you will soon master the LEAF 2. Cloudbase, thermals, speed... you have understood and felt everything and are ready for the next flight - even higher and further than the last!
- Self-sufficient pilots
- Foot launch and towing ready
- Thin risers with extended base
- Ronstan low-friction pulley
- Anti-friction rings
- Smart mini-ribs
- Big-ears kit
- Wingtip cleaning system
- Upper surface: Porcher Sport Skytex 38 g / m²
- Lower surface: Porcher Sport Skytex 32 g / m²
- Ribs: MJ Tec 32 gr Hard finish
- Partition reinforcements: Porcher Sport SR 170
- Upper & middle lines: Liros
- Lower lines: Edelrid
- EN 926 1 and 2 and LTF 91/09 class B
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Leaf 2 reviews
If you drew a curve of pilot ability for the Progression class, and represented all the things you’d want in a wing at that level, the LEAF 2 is exactly at the mid-point of that curve, so yes in that way it is ‘average’ but only because it matches this group perfectly.
It is absolutely simple to launch and control on the ground. It is easy to fly, undemanding, and quite responsive enough to catch thermals and enjoy your soaring. It doesn’t pitch in lumpy air and has great pitch dampening. It doesn’t roll on its own, you have to turn it, and then roll is limited. I have no concerns about trying to line up only the ‘right’ beginners on this wing. Anyone can fly it.
It helps you on the launch site and it offers just enough control response to keep more experienced pilots engaged as they cruise around on this relaxing wing.
- Greg Hamerton, Flybubble (full review)
"I experienced several very enjoyable flights on the LEAF 2 in spring-like weather conditions. Usually flying EN D gliders, I was not expecting such performance from a "true" EN B wing.
I found the LEAF 2 user friendly, efficient, safe and very pleasant to fly. On launch, the glider inflates gradually and uniformly. The simplified line layout reduces the chances of cravates.
Flying the LEAF 2 is very instinctive. The glider responds well to pilot inputs, with great precision. The long brake travel allows greater room for manoeuvre. This is a significant advantage when flyiing out from launch, top landing at low speeds or controlling the glider in turbulence, for example."
- Julien Hugues-dit-Ciles, experienced XC pilot
Flybubble Supair LEAF 2 video review:
|Model Status||Current model|
|EN Certification||EN B|
|LTF Certification||LTF B|
|Shipping Details||1-2 weeks|