The one to rule them all

The new Queen2 went through a total redesign compared to its successful predecessor. The goal was to bring another dimension of performance into the EN C class, and we feel certain that this ambitious goal has been reached. The Queen2 excels in many ways, by bringing not only the best performance in its class, but also by being a very well-mannered royal lady in the air. We think of the Queen 2 as a “mid-level” EN C glider which will fulfill and supersede the expectations of any pilots going big in this class.
Preserving the aspect ratio nearly unchanged compared to the predecessor, the Queen2 will inspire confidence in all the variable conditions which you may face during long XC flights.


Size S MS ML L
Number of cells  73 73  73  73
Projected area (m2) 20 21.4  22  22.9
Flat area (m2) 23.6 25.3  26  27
Projected span (m) 9.6 9.9  10  10.2
Flat span (m) 12.1 12.6  12.8  13
Projected Aspect Ratio 4.6 4.6  4.6  4.6
Flat aspect ratio 6.3 6.3  6.3  6.3
Glider weight (kg) 5.3 5.4  5.5  5.9
In-flight weight range (kg) 70-85 79-99  95-108 100-120
Certification LTF/EN C C C C


Leading edge Dominico 30D MF
Upper surface Dominico 20D MF
Bottom surface Dominico 20D MF
Profiles Porcher Skytex 40 Hard 9017 E29
Diagonals Porcher Skytex 40 Hard 9017 E29
Mini-ribs Porcher Skytex 40 Hard 9017 E29
PPSL Liros, Edelrid A-8000-U
Fabric 13 mm Kevlar reinforced Nylon webbing
Pulleys Harken P18mm ball bearing pulley


  • Glider QUEEN 2
  • Backpack
  • Inner bag
  • Glider strap
  • Repair kit
  • Triple Seven T-shirt


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Queen2 News and competition results

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

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 place! Big congrats to yet another great result! Photo by Żywiec Air Team Results can be found at

Queen 2 wins the BGD Weightless

15. January, 2020

The first FAI 2 competition in 2020 was held in Roldanillo-Colombia; the BGD Weightless. This new competition format benefits the lighter pilots, with scoring adapted for different weight ranges. This way the lighter pilots get a chance to join the podiums, in spite of being too light to fly the big wings. Queen 2 made

German Newcomer Challenge in Tolmin SI

26. September, 2019

The German paragliding scene is possibly the most sorted of any nation, with a strong federation working hard to further the sport in Germany. One initiative which has fostered many new talents over the years is the DHV Newcomer Challenge, a competition format aimed at preparing and nurturing the next generation of World Cup superstars.

Paragliding Winter Cup 2019

8. March, 2019

The first “real” PG XC comp of the European season is the “Winter Cup” right here in our back yard. We sent our Swiss-army-knife colleague Matjaz, who flies hang gliders on a serious level, to compete in the event on a Queen 2. He was joined in the C-class by 4 other Queen 2 pilots,