R-light 3 lightweight paraglider enb

The new R-light 3

Calling for an adventure!

EN/LTF B

The new ROOK 3

EN/LTF B

Expanding your flying horizons

The new KING 2

EN/LTF D

2, too rule them all

The new P-light 2

Lightly fun

The new Queen 2 EVO

EN/LTF C

Today's answer to your podium in the sport class

The new Pawn EVO

EN/LTF A

From school to the cloudbase

The new GAMBIT

Competition CCC

Today's answer to your podium

The new Deck EVO

Safety at glance

EN/LTF A

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Triple Seven Latest news

  • Rook 3 with a new color option

    19. April, 2021
    While the green and the blue option remains one of the most desirable option among Triple Seven pilots, we’ve decided to add this option to the Rook 3 range as well! The ...
  • Small cell openings – How and why?

    10. March, 2021
    An article from Cross Country Magazine with some insights from our designers on: WHY CELL OPENINGS ARE SHRINKING Higher performance wings generally look racier on the ground, ...
  • The new R-light 3

    1. March, 2021
    The R-light 3 is our lightweight version of the legendary Rook model series. Built just like the Rook 3 but using light materials and technology, it is a wing that is made for ...

News from the field

  • Queen 2 wins again!

    3. August, 2020
    FatraCUp hosted the Czech & Slovak paragliding Championship, where Queen 2 outranked the podium again! Kuba Sto (POL) in the first place and Zsolt Ero (HUN) in the second ...
  • First victory for the Rook 3

    20. July, 2020
    Miguel Angel Vazquez Yeves flew the Campeonato España Velas B, a version of nationals for the wings in the B category. Miguel was sole one pilot with Rook 3 but managed to pl ...
  • Another podium for the Gambit (Spanish nation...

    13. July, 2020
    This time, Pedro Moreira from Portugal, placed second in the Campeonato España Open in Piedrahita. In a field of 150 pilots, Pedro was able to win two tasks out of 5. His com ...

Featured reviews

King 2 The overall performance of the 3 liners EN-D King 2 is reducing a little bit more the big gap of performance between the 3 liners and the 2 liners.

Ziad Bassil

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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

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

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