Apco announce new school wing, the Karisma

Apco Karisma

Apco have announced a forthcoming new school paraglider. The EN-A wing will be called the Karisma, and Apco say it has a sharknose profile with “a new leading edge construction method”.

Apco say the Karisma is easy to teach on and a joy to fly. It was designed to inspire confidence in new pilots, and allow them to progress to the next level of the sport.

The company are well-known for using durable cloths, and the Karisma is also no different – durable, but also light, they say. The S, M and L sizes are already certified EN A, and the XS and XL will follow.

Apco Karisma

New leading-edge construction method

apcoaviation.com


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