The new ROOK 3


Expanding your flying horizons

The new Pawn EVO


From school to the cloudbase

The new GAMBIT

Competition CCC

Today's answer to your podium

The new Deck EVO

Safety at glance


The new Q-LIGHT

is here!


The new KNIGHT


A knight to look after you...


Triple Seven Latest news

  • Rook 3 S size – certified

    23. June, 2020
    Following the development of the Rook 3 full weight range, we’re more than thrilled to announce the certification of the small size (70-85 kg). The orders can be placed ...
  • The Rook 3 – review

    1. June, 2020
    Ziad from Dustoftheuniverse tested the new Rook 3: I have flown in the past Triple Seven high-B gliders, the Rook1, and the Rook2. In 2020, here is 777 latest high B glider th ...
  • The new BC system

    6. May, 2020
    With Rook 3, we are entering a new era of the BC system evolution. All of our future three-liner models will have this system incorporated in the design of the risers. Check m ...

News from the field

  • Aaron wins the Austrian open with the Gambit

    29. June, 2020
    An unbeatable match made under the cloud! Aaron Durogati’s first introduction to the competition with the Gambit placed both on the top of the podium at the Kaiserwinkel ...
  • Easter record

    22. April, 2020
    The month of April is well known to be the best month for long-distance flights in USA Corn Alps. Our importer in the USA, Mr. Jaro Krupa from Chicago paragliding, used the po ...
  • Gambit wins again

    2. March, 2020
    The Asian part of the well known PWC circuit visited the world-famous site in Nepal Pokhara. Triple Seven team was happy to follow the development of three valid tasks where, ...

Featured reviews

Rook 3 Honestly, the Rook 3 is the best and most performant, pleasurable to fly, high-end EN- B glider I have ever tested. Period!

Ziad Bassil

Dust of the universe
The Rook 3: The Rook 2 fans had to wait for a long time, but it was all worth it. The Rook 2 was already on the top of his game, but the new Rook 3 is improved in many areas.

Thermik magazine

"The Knight is a well-throughout low EN-B with an excellent handling, climb rate, and overall performance. Perhaps it is one of the best in its class"

Cross Country mag