PURE PERFORMANCE ON C CLASSWith the new LOTUS ONE we present a wing of the latest evolutionary stage, in which all our technologies find specific application. The result is a pure performance wing for the competitive pilot.One of its prime disciplines is the first-class climbing, even in weak thermals. Since we spend about 50% of our flight time circling in thermals, therefore the LOTUS ONE was designed specifically for optimum thermal response - the wing bite into the weakest thermals and convert them immediately into distance.The LOTUS ONE is a wing where, deliberately, were not maxed out all possibilities due to aggressive trim. It targets the group of experienced pilots who annually carry out many hours of airtime and go about big tasks. Numerous test flights have shown: compared in performance, the LOTUS ONE has no need to hide from D wings.LOTUS ONE - LTF / EN C certified in the sizes S - M - L - XL
Note: SOL paragliders have custom colour combinations. Feel free to experiment with their colour tool and let us know what colours you would like when you order.

SOL Lotus One (3-4 weeks delivery)

C$4,195.00Price
Size
  • Flight Characteristics

     

    • Optimal inflation and easy handling; 
    • Excellent take-off, even without wind; 
    • Comfortable handling and great performance in thermals;
    • Low sink rate; 
    • Increased speed window; 
    • Exceptional accelerated glide; 
    • Very flat polar curve; 
    • Very stable at full speed. 
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    65 cells, 12 of them are closed; Diagonals bands (A, B, C and D) in all cells; Internal sewing; New line layout with a 15% reduction in the consumption;Reinforcement Nylon battens (BT technology).​
     

     

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    "Its higher aspect ratio allows a more precise piloting both to active pilots who like to use the body, as well as to passive pilots who prefer to act using the brakes. This characteristic allows a great performance in weak and strong thermals, while stability is maintained.

    • Long and tolerating brake length; 
    • Excellent and precise handling; 
    • High internal pressure; 
    • Stability in full speed; 
    • Light reactions in extreme conditions; 
    • Good passive safety; 
    • Excellent take off characteristics, even in nil wind; 
    • Comfortable piloting; 
    • Good behaviour in thermals."