Many manufacturers are producing two-line C wings. Triple Seven rejected the idea of moving to a two-line profile for this iteration of the Queen. The feeling is that the Queen 3 and Q-Light 3 can offer the best introduction to high-aspect wings for those trading up from lower-level wings. The Q-Light 3 is a fantastic high-speed XC performance wing which is accessible to those used to high-end Bs or mid-Cs. EN-D pilots trading down will enjoy the speed and improved handling and sheer fun factor. I’d hesitate to recommend the wing as a first C as the recovery characteristics needed a little more precision and responsiveness. For talented XC pilots it is an absolute firstclass speed machine. For pilots trading down there is an increase in fun and handling over the more bleeding-edge classes. I know that the EN-C two-line revolution is with us, but good three-liners such as Sigma 11s and the Queen 3 / Q-Light 3 do perform well against them. It is for this reason that for now, I will let the earlyadopters have fun on their two-liners and enjoy wings like the Q-Light 3 while they last.
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