Optic 2 Light is a light three-row cross-country/recreational paraglider of 5,50 aspect ratio and 51 cells. It is recommended for pilots who want to fly a lot and grow, capitalizing on its outstanding performance. The paraglider offers EN/LTF B class safety, confirmed by according certificates.
The canopy structure is reinforced with rigid rods (Flexi Edge Technology) as well as mini-ribs on the trailing edge, truly representing, smoothing and stabilizing the airfoil at all speeds. Another solution improving both the aerodynamics and stability is the Shark Nose. Stabilo has been modified too. All these technologies come from the racing canopies and combined with 3-row rigging give the paraglider a large passive safety margin and exceptional aerodynamic performance.
The airfoil used in Optic 2 Light has some reflex traits. The wing is tuck-resistant, comes up easily and is perfectly steerable. Worth special praise is its great lateral and longitudinal stability.
As in other our paragliders, the risers of the Optic 2 Light constitute a complete, comfortable and carefully thought out control panel, where each instrument is placed exactly where it should be and works as it should. Modern risers of 12 mm width feature ball-bearing pulleys.
As a result, you got the wing that will easily float in the slightest lift, and covering long distances in typical turbulence of a thermally active day won’t be a problem. Speed-system operation is safe and comfortable even in rough air. Optic 2 Light has lots of speed, a great deal of lift, and In generally simply wants to fly – so don’t be selfish and take it with you for a long XC ;)
The Colour scheme has been simplified due to lighter cloth, as well as avoiding seams which are not necessary construction-wise.
Optic 2 Light is manufactured under new technology, employing precision of the laser cutter. All stages of production are completed in Poland under the strict supervision of the designer himself, thus ensuring highest European quality.
Optic 2 Light is still in the certification process. Some sizes have already passed the EN/LTF B category tests, as well as the load test.