We spent a large amount of time on the geometry of the leading edge and the canopy. The combination of tension and variable angles across the leading edge allowed us to construct a stable profile in all wind conditions.
We reduced the V-shape in the first two segments gives better tension. which then gets smoothed out to the sides, making the wing agile and stable. This stability comes to the forefront when flagging the wing and is a crucial control factor.
We also adjusted the leading edge diameter per segment and per size to a specific diameter. Then we developed and new split strut construction. The seam is placed on the apex of the leading edge fairing out towards the tips. The inside of the seam is reinforced a UHMWPE yarn. This increased the durability and supports the geometry of the wing.
We also introduced and specific leading-edge construction which takes the specific textile expansion and stresses of a wing into consideration. This reduces the chance of a leading-edge blow out as the seams are supported with enough material not to damage the textile. We recommend that you inflate all our wings to 8 PSI. This pressure reduces the negative flex of the wing which reduces panel to collapse. The direct result is a crisp and fast power delivery when pumping and maintaining control when over powered.