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Embark on an unforgettable adventure with the brand-new Matrix from Triple Seven! This state-of-the-art wing is the epitome of safety and convenience, perfect for anyone from students to experienced travelling pilots.
Whether you’re a student pilot, a weekend adventurer, or a seasoned traveller, the Matrix has everything you need to make your journey unforgettable. Experience the best of both worlds with the Matrix’s expertly crafted combination of lighter design and unbeatable sturdiness. Effortlessly handle your wing with ease, from the moment you start your takeoff to your gentle landing, all while enjoying the peace of mind.
Equipped with advanced winglets, the Matrix delivers stability and control when needed while allowing you to experience tighter thermal cores over your home mountains. Let the Matrix be your guide, helping you navigate the skies with ease and confidence.
The project was a return to the fundamentals for me and a delightful experience. The Matrix prototypes were given to authentic students, and we examined every aspect of the wing, from training on the hill to the first cloud base. The Matrix fits the bill perfectly for me and has been verified by several local schools that had the opportunity to try it out. I am excited to see new students achieve new heights with the new Matrix.
The Matrix design was crafted with the student in mind, offering the safest way to learn and experience the thrill of flight. From mastering the basics on the training hills to embarking on your first cross-country flight, the Matrix will bring joy and excitement to every step of your journey. Because of its lightweight and compact design, it can also be a reliable travel companion, providing endless opportunities to reach new heights and seize YOLO moments while travelling the world. Embrace the easiness of the Matrix and elevate your flying skills to new levels of excitement and adventure.
We have decided to incorporate winglets into our new Matrix wing. During testing, we discovered that winglets offer crucial benefits for beginner pilots. Traditional design in school wings had to be adapted for stability, causing a loss of playfulness in turns. However, with adequately positioned winglets, we achieved a wing with zero yaw and improved turn performance. We tested and positioned the winglets towards the leading edge for optimal results.
The Matrix has been certified with three riser options, each offering unique benefits for your flying experience. You have the option to choose from sturdy and user-friendly wide school risers, the classic risers commonly used with the majority of our wings, and the super light risers. This gives you the flexibility to optimize the weight of your wing for your specific needs and preferences. Whether you prioritize ease of use, stability, or light and agile feel, you can find the perfect combination with the available riser options.
Are you ready to test-fly some new wings? If so, you won’t want to miss the Stubai Cup, coming up soon! The Triple Seven van, loaded with demo wings, is gearing up to embark on a journey to this beautiful area. We’re excited to bring you the latest and most fantastic wings, including the Queen3,
Join the Triple Seven Team and Soar to New Heights in 2023! Do you want to conquer new XC routes, win some podiums and make a name for yourself in the paragliding world? Are you ready to be a part of a team of pilots pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in the sky? Triple
I have already tested the Queen 3 in that exact same size. Here’s the light version called Q-Light 3. Triple Seven uses on the upper surface the superb Porcher Skytex 27 Double Coated and on the Leading edge Porcher Skytex 38. The bottom surface holds the Porcher Skytex 27 Double Coated and the profiles are
Alfredo flew this season with the King 2 and reviewed it in-depth. After more than 100 hours spent in the air, he made a video that takes us on a journey from ground handling to the “big day” flying with the King 2.
The Q-light 3 stands firmly in the area of the C class. It was certified without additional collapse lines, so you can expect it to behave like the C-class wings are bound to behave. Suppose you are a pilot that flew the high B extensively last year. Crunched some XC kilometres and rode the big