Wing Performance Chart
As we grow (at a rapid pace), some have mentioned to us that it's tough to keep track of where each wing fits in our line-up. To help reduce confusion, we've made this nifty chart.
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* Wing performance varies with wing loading and sizes. This is just a general guide. Please get advice from a qualified professional to ensure suitability for your uses, and skill level.
A highly stable wing designed with both students and wingsuiters in mind. (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced levels)
Compared to the Prime, this wing offers a step up in steepness and overall speed and suited for those who want a little more from their wing. (Intermediate, Advanced levels)
Targeted to pilots who already have some experience and are looking for a little bit more performance. (Intermediate, Advanced levels)
Your first X-brace wing (BEER!). This wing will be your first exposure to the high-performance, cross-braced class of wings. (Advanced, Expert levels)
The Helix has all the desired characteristics of an everyday wing but is built to Fluid’s high standards of a modern competition wing. (Advanced, Expert levels)
This wing is meant to complement our line of high-performance wings and augment our lineup. (Expert, Competition level)
The Wairwolf is suitable for competent, high-performance pilots only, and represents a significant step up in performance. (Expert, Competition level)
The HK Terminal maintains all the best qualities of the original HK model, while offering even more versatility. (Expert, Competition levels)
Ground Launch Wings
Due to dye lot changes in the fabric, coupled with monitor resolutions and inconsistencies, these colors can serve as guides only.