Ambitious Cross Country
Once again the SIGMA 11 is up there amongst the highest performing C class wings. The new cross country sportster shows exceptional handling precision in flight and a high level of pitching stability. Its outstanding performance can be called upon any time, even in demanding conditions. Latest technologies like internally sewn miniribs and an effective pitch control arrangement with 2-liner feel finish off this product. Improved SIGMA 11 internal load distribution design makes for simpler packing because C-wires are no longer required. The market launch will take place in time for the next XC season in spring 2021.
|Ideal weight range||kg||65-75||75-85||85-97||97-110||110-125|
|Certified takeoff weight||kg||60-77||70-88||80-100||92-114||105-128|
|Projected aspect ratio||4.48||4.48||4.48||4.48||4.48|
|Number of cells||67||67||67||67||67|
|Leading edge||Skytex 38 universal, 39 g/m2|
|Lower surface||Skytex 32 universal, 33 g/m2|
|Profiles||Skytex 40 hard finish, 40 g/m2|
|Main lines||8001-230, 8001-130, 8001-190|
|Upper surface||Skytex 32 universal, 33 g/m2|
|Designstripe||Skytex 32 universal, 33 g/m2|
|Unsuspended profiles||Skytex 32 hard finish, 33 g/m2|
|Galery lines||8001-130, 8001-090, 8001-070, 8001-050|
The SIGMA 11 size selection was thought of as having Seamless Weight Ranges between 10 and 15 kg steps. Every pilot’s flying weight will find itself within only one ideal takeoff weight range, because these ranges extend seamlessly through the glider sizes, but do not overlap. These SIGMA 11 ideal takeoff weight areas provide the optimal relationship between gliding speed and climb performance for each size in all normal flying conditions, and also take into account the different paraglider size characteristics.
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