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The Triple Seven Gambit is an uncompromising paraglider, designed for winning top-level competitions together with the best pilots in the world. In spite of this, it is still very much a Triple Seven wing; fun, exciting, helpful, easy and FAST.
Compared to contempory designs in this segment, the Gambit is an easy wing to fly well; and it is easy to fly faster too. It is a very solid design and will allow the right pilot to cruise through turbulence with confidence, even at its very considerable top speed.
|Number of cells||137||137||137||137||137|
|Projected area (m2)||16.5||17.5||19.02||20.17||21.9|
|Flat area (m2)||19.5||20.6||22.4||24.1||25.8|
|Flat aspect ratio||7.9||7.9||7.9||7.9||7.9|
|In-flight weight range (kg)||80-90||85-95||90-105||101-116||110-125|
|Top surface||Porcher Skytex 32|
|Internal construction||Porcher Skytex 27 hard, Skytex 40 hard|
|Bottom surface||Porcher Skytex 27|
|Upper cascades||EDELRID A8000U (70, 50, 25), Liros DC 35|
|Middle 1 cascades||Edelrid A8000U (130, 90, 70, 50, 25), Liros DC 35|
|Middle 2 cascades||Edelrid A8000U (90, 50, 25), Liros DC Liros DC Dyneema® SK 99 (301, 201, 161)|
|Main lines||Edelrid A8000U 70, Liros DC Dyneema® SK 99 (401, 201, 161)|
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, a great pilot, Jungman Choi from South Korea, ended up winning the competition. Out of three tasks, Jungman was able to win two of them.
It’s all very well to have made a big splash in a relatively small pond (Czech, Slovak and Lithuanian Open), it’s a different kettle of fish to jump into the ocean and do the same – and we were as keen to see how it went as most of you out there! As it turned
The grand Macedonian Gambit debacle was very disappointing for us here at Triple Seven – so we were super stoked when our local ace Primoz Susa asked to fly the Gambit in the Slovenian leg of the Czech, SLovak and Lithuanian Open, which took place in our “back yard” here in Tolmin/Slovenia. Primoz flew in