Electrifying performance and #speedmachine! The Volt 4 is the first 2-liner in the EN-C category, giving you extraordinary performance for its class.
So far, 2-line glider technologies have been only used in advanced or competition gliders. With the Volt 4, AirDesign brings the benefits of the 2-liner to another level of pilots. With the passive safety of the EN-C class, the Volt in 2-liner brings you stunning performance with a new style of piloting. A far more stable leading edge will push you to use the bar even more, with a level of comfort, safety and confidence not known in the 3-liner brothers. Enjoy!
“For every AD wing, we use a claim and a hashtag. For the Volt 4, we chose to stick to Electrifying performance and #speedmachine because it suits this fourth generation so well! It took us several years of development to finally design a package that fulfills our own requirements within the EN-C category. It’s not only the allowance to use folding lines in the EN-C-Class that made it possible to certify the Volt 4 in that category – there is much more than this to make a good EN-C glider. We are rather looking at the pilot demands and then trying to make the glider following them. Fulfilling the norm is just the final act.”
• Top Sail : Porcher Skytex 27 classic II
• Bottom Sail: Porcher Skytex 27 classic II
• Ribs: Porcher Skytex 27 hard
• Top lines: Edelrid 8001/U-070, 090, 9200-035
• Middle Lines: Edelrid 8001/U-130, 190
• Main Lines: Edelrid 8001/U-190, 230, 280, 360
Risers: 12mm Aramid Strap / 3,7mm Dyneema Rope Edelrid Taurus
Maillons: 4,3mm JOO-TECH/Korea
For advanced to expert pilots. This is not a beginner wing, although it does make the two-liner concept more accessible than before. An ideal XC machine, also suited to competitions and hike and fly.
CROSS SHARK-NOSE *
RAZOR EDGE (Full Internal Seams**)
SUPERLIGHT DYNEEMA RISERS
BS PULLEY CONNECTOR
* The Shark-Nose is assembled with crossed Nitinol rods, for the highest structural stability at all angles.
**No external seams on canopy. No hooking risk.
The next few days look a bit too windy for paragliding.