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Sky Bi 4 2 “heavy-duty” tandem

Wednesday 14 February, 2018

Sky Bi 4 2 tandem paragliderThe Bi 4 2 is Sky’s new tandem paraglider, designed for heavy-duty commercial use. 

It’s based on the Metis 3, and made from the very durable Dokdo 30 fabric. Available in just one size, 42m², the Bi 4 2 is certified EN/LTF B for all-up weights of 120-220kg. Despite the heavy fabric, the design of the interior structure has made some weight-savings, and the Bi 4 2 comes in at 7.8kg, which is 0.1kg lighter than the 42m² Metis 3.

Sky say the wing’s graphics have been simplified, and the lower surface left left plain white to accommodate logos.

Sky Bi 4 2 specificationssky-cz.com

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