Category : EN-B
Hike and fly
About the LEAF 2
The SUPAIR development team's key words were finish, ergonomics and simplicity. The line set is uncluttered and untangling is a breeze.
Analysis of the numerous feedbacks from retailers, pilots and instructors has led to the development of a glider that is more docile on take-off than the first generation of LEAF and rises gradually and continuously. The control is firm, progressive and passive safety is optimised.
Taking over the glider is easy, from the slight pitch when entering the thermal to the optimum roll angle when cornering, you will master the LEAF2 in a day. Ceiling, thermals, speeds, you've got it all memorised and ready for the next flight, higher and further.
- Autonomous pilots
- Take-off on foot or by winch
- Thin risers with extended base
- Baby Sharknose airfoil
- Ronstan low friction pulleys
- Anti-friction rings
- Smart mini ribs
- Ears kit
- Wingtip dumping system
- Upper fabric: Porcher Sport Skytex Universal 38 g/m².
- Lower fabric: Porcher Sport Skytex Universal 32 g/m².
- Ribs / roads fabric : MJ Tec 32g Hard Finish
- Reinforcement fabric: Porcher Sport SR 170
- Upper lines : Liros
- Mid lines: Liros
- Lower lines: Edelrid
- Standard EN 926 - 1 and 2 and LTF 91/09 - Class B
- glider LEAF 2
- Trek130 rucksack
- Inner bag
- Compact Case
- Speed bar
- User's manual (USB key)
- Repair kit pocket
SUPAIR LEAF 2 - EN-B Progression Glider
LEAF 2 Technical Specifications
|Number of cells||49||49||49||49||49|
|Flat area (m²)||21,2||24,4||26,2||28,6||30,4|
|Flat aspect ratio||5.3||5.3||5.3||5.3||5.3|
|Projected area (m²)||17,7||20,4||21,9||24||25,5|
|Projected span (m)||8,2||8,8||9,1||9,5||9,8|
|Projected aspect ratio||3,79||3,79||3,79||3,79||3,79|
|Glider Weight (kg)||4,5||4,8||5||5,2||5,4|
|Weight Range (kg)||55-75||70-90||80-100||90-110||105-125|
|Certification||EN - LTF B||EN - LTF B||EN - LTF B||EN - LTF B||EN - LTF B|
|Number of risers||3+1||3+1||3+1||3+1||3+1|
They talk about it
"Flying EN-D category gliders, I didn't expect such flight qualities for this LEAF2. All the flights I have made with it in spring conditions have been great.
In my opinion, simplicity, efficiency, safety and fun are the words to describe the LEAF's younger sister. During take-off, the glider inflates evenly. The extremely simplified architecture of line set limits cravat formation.
In the air, steering is instinctive and the glider turns precisely where you want it to. The brake travel is generous, which increases the room for manoeuvre before leaving the flight domain. For me this is a real advantage when landing on low speed take-off or piloting the glider in turbulence for example."JULIEN HUGUES DIT CILES - CONFIRMED XC RIDER