Reedin Super Wing
THE MOST POWER PER SQUARE METER
The Super Wing was designed to provide the rider with outstanding stability and unmatched power per square meter. Through years of experience and 100's of prototypes the Super Wing has been designed to outperform every other wing on the market.
Development focused on stability, power and forward drive. This was achieved through a specific arc shape for stability, stiff frame for direct response and a wing that naturally flairs out in order to fly forward as soon as the wind flows through. The unique seam construction provides exceptional control of the profile, tension and stretch of the canopy.
SUPERWING KEY FEATURES
Made with army grade clear material. Light, durable and weather proof, can be folded with confidence and most importantly does not modify the riding characteristics thanks to the weight and stretch of the window material being very close to the one of canopy material.
Wide and stiff handles
In order to easily adjust your hands position, covered with soft and comfy neoprene sleeves that can easily be replaced. Wide handles allow for easy positioning off your hands in order to adjust to the wind force
Double one pump hose
For faster deflation of strut. Hoses are located in the very front of the strut to also act as a lock for the strut bladder to prevent unwanted movements of the bladder when the wing is deflated.
With new internal reinforcements at struts and bridles for an even more durable kite.
Stiff Leading edge
For direct and efficient feel.
Canopy built under tension
For the most stable profile and wing, this provides a very direct feel when riding and also ensures a very stable ride in both “matador” style riding when you simply hold the wind in the wing using the front handle and riding position.
Bowed out Leading edge curvature
The slightly flatter arc ensures maximum projected surface area for maximum efficiency, while the bowed out shape provides a very stable platform.
Convex center strut
The convex shape provides not only a more ergonomic position of the rider, but also a much stiffer strut, because the the handles load is then less transversal to the strut than a straight or concave strut.
Vertical tension seams
Canopy seams are running vertically along the wing, each seam rigidifies and takes on most of the load, this provides a stiffer canopy that will have minimum deformation while riding and over time.
Under each LE handle we added Neoprene patches to prevent rubbing of your knuckles against Dacron or stitches.