Icaro’s Kiwi is a 15m² paraglider that’s made for groundhandling.
It’s good for all conditions, the company say, and lthough it’s designed for ground-work, it is airworthy and in fact launches easily, whether in nil-wind or strong breezes up to 40km/h, responding well to rear-riser steering and correction.
They say its uncomplicated design, few lines and straightforward construction make it easy to handle, even in tricky conditions.
Icaro’s Gravis is a cross-country paraglider that they say fits right in the middle of the EN-B category. Icaro say it combines efficiency, performance and precision with excellent safety characteristics, and is suitable for pilots just entering the B category, as well as seasoned cross-country pilots. The Gravis will be available in five sizes from 2017. icaro-paragliders.com • Got […]
Icaro say their new Gravis paraglider fits right in the heart of the B class. It’s as much at home with thermalling, cross-country or hike-and-fly, and is suitable for EN-B newcomers. They say it’s extremely easy to launch – a light pull on the As sees it rise smoothly overhead – with excellent passive safety. It’s also fun […]
The Aix replaces Icaro’s Energy 2 harness. It’s a traditional no-pod style with a polycarbonate seat board, designed for beginners, recreational and cross-country pilots. It’s made from lighter but more robust materials than the Energy 2, with a 17cm foam protector and T-locking buckles for safety. The underseat reserve has a right-hand-side handle and the harness […]