FOX – a perfect package


All you need for speedflying is the FOX. The leading edge has a combination of standard mylar and nylon wires. This provides perfect take-off behavior – even after many flights. You can foot-launch the FOX as well.

The steering is easy and the FOX has excellent flare characteristics. When riding down deep-powder slopes you won’t get airborne too easily. We call it a great balance.

The trimmers work perfectly and give you a speed-range you will not believe, greatly increasing the usability. Open up the trimmers on the Fox and the wing transforms into more of a speedrider - that is versatility at its best!

Like any other speed-rider, the Fox has its best gliding when slowing down with the brakes.

Due to a clever cell-construction the canopy is very stable and free from oscillating movements.

  • Perfect take-off behaviour
  • Precise handling and long brake travel
  • Big speed-range
  • Great performance when slowing down with brakes
  • Perfect flare-behaviour
  • Stable around axis
  • Foot-launchable
  • Stable canopy – no oscillation
Flat Area Sq m 11 13
Projected Area Sq m 9.35 11.06
Flat Aspect Ratio   3.33 3.33
Projected aspec ratio   2.52 2.52
Flat span m 6.05 6.58
Projected span m 4.86 5.28
Root Cord m 2.16 2.35
Chambers/Cells   17 17
Total Line length m 162 180
Total No. of Lines   110 110
Number of main lines A/B/C 3/3/2 3/3/2
Weight excl bag Kg 2.3 2.6
per 10.12.2010

FOX Standard Colours

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