AirPack 50/50


The AirPack 50/50 is not jealous! It will accept a wing from another brand, as soon as the latter does not have long plastic rods that could be deformed! To find the correct AirPack size for your gear, take the length of the AirPack, double it, and compare with the maximum chord length of your glider, with a tolerance of +/-15cm. For instance: The maximum chord of your glider is 2.85m, you need the AirPack M (135 × 2 = 270, with 15cm of tolerance it’s fine!).

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Folding the wing in the AirPack 50/50:
There are two methods available to you. The one in the video you can find on our Youtube Channel: Fold your glider’s leading edge like an accordion, attach the leading edge via the strap. Continue by folding the trailing edge like an accordion, from the center. Then fold the wing in half so that it is the length of the AirPack. Close the zipper, fold in the middle and close the two straps. The method, two sausages folded over one another: Fold your half-wing into an accordion, put the rods on top of each other, and do the same on the other side, you get two “sausages”. Fold one sausage over the other, being careful to keep the rods well arranged. Fold the fender in half to fit the length of the AirPack. Put the wing in the AirPack, close the zipper fold in the middle and close the two straps.

Weight / Length
XS: 200 g / 105 cm
S: 225 g / 125 cm
M: 250 g / 135 cm


XS - Size compatible with:S - Size compatible with:M - Size compatible with:
SuSi 13
SuSi 14
SuSi 16
SuSi 18
SuSi 21

Rise XXS
Rise XS

Soar XXS
Soar XS

Volt XXS
Volt XS

Hero XXS
Hero XS
Hero S
SuSi 21
SuSi 23
SuSi 26

Eazy XXS
Eazy XS
Eazy S
Eazy SL XS
Eazy SL S

Vivo XXS
Vivo XS
Vivo S

Rise XXS
Rise XS
Rise S

Soar XXS
Soar XS
Soar S

Volt XS
Volt S
Volt SM
Volt M

Eazy M
Eazy L
Eazy XL
Eazy Superlight M
Eazy Superlight L

Vivo S
Vivo M
Vivo L

Rise S
Rise M
Rise L
Rise XL

Soar M
Soar L

Volt SM
Volt M
Volt L
Volt XL



The Airpack 50/50 is really useful to fold your glider as compactly as possible. How to use it?! Well, several methods are available. Let’s have a look with Stephan (original method) and with Ariel, a US Pilot showing us his own alternatives.

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