A King 2 rule them all...

Since the introduction of the Triple Seven King the wing has been widely recognised as the best EN D 3-liner on the market, with performance to match the best 2-liners up to around 50km/h. More impressively, the original King still holds this position today, more than 5 years later. But time doesn’t stand still, and neither does the Triple Seven R&D crew – so with a bunch of new ideas and refinements up our sleeves, we decided to introduce the next iteration while the competition is still busy catching up, thus cementing the lead and underscoring Triple Seven’s status as THE performance brand.
The new King 2 is more than an update to an existing model – in fact, it has more in common with the Gambit than with the original King – but one thing remains constant; this is a top-performance paraglider with a very confidence-inspiring character, which will allow pilots with less than SkyGod status to excel in everything from ambitious XC flying to national-level competitions. It is very easy to fly, and surprisingly easy to fly well.



Size S MS ML L
Number of cells 88 88 88 88
Projected area (m2) 17.0 18.4 19.9 21.8
Flat area (m2) 20.1 21.7 23.5 25.7
Projected span (m) 9.6 10.0 10.4 10.8
Flat span (m) 11.8 12.3 12.8 13.4
Projected Aspect Ratio 5.4 5.4 5.4 5.4
Flat aspect ratio 6.9 6.9 6.9 6.9
Glider weight (kg) 5.38 5.60 5.96 6.2
In-flight weight range (kg) 70-85 80-97 90-108 100-119
Certification D D D D


Upper surface Dominico N30 DMF
Bottom surface Skytex 27 Classic II (Double coated)
Profiles Skytex Porcher 40 Hard
Diagonals Skytex Porcher 40 Hard
Mini ribs Skytex Porcher 40 Hard
Suspension and main lines Liros DC PRO (SK 99), Edelrid A-8000-U

Fabric 13 mm Kevlar-reinforced Nylon webbing
Pulleys Harken P18mm ball bearing pulley


  • Glider King 2
  • Backpack BOX of your choice (Box 150 advised)
  • Concertina bag
  • Triple Seven T-shirt
  • Repair kit

King 2 News and competition results

King 2 review

29. July, 2021

King by name, king by nature, Seb Ospina flies this high-performance EN D three-liner! The full review can be seen HERE

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, but one of the outliers is the Triple Seven Rook 3 (high EN B) which sports incredibly narrow cell openings in comparison to most wings — including the

King 2 review

4. January, 2021

While we were enjoying the festive times, Ziad was hard working on the King 2 review. Another wing from Triple Seven, another benchmark in performance. This time in a three-line concept D-class wing, a successor of the famous King 1 wing. Did King 2 fill his big shoes? Read the full review HERE

The King 2 is here!

22. September, 2020

The wait is over! King 2 is here, certified in the MS size (80-97 kg), and available for orders with your nearest dealer. So, what’s new with the latest EN-D class three-liner from Triple Seven? Check our web page for more info HERE