SURPRISINGLY LIGHTWEIGHT BOOT FOR DELTA AND PARAGLIDER PILOTS. GREAT CUSHIONING AND COMFORT, BREATHABLE, AND DURABLY WATERPROOF.
The popular flight boot from Hanwag is available now in a second color . ...more info !
The HEAT.GTX with the first processor-controlled, adjustable heating system for gloves warms better, longer, and with less weight: The high-quality lithium-ion batteries weigh a mere 50 g, are invisible and imperceptible within the glove, and warm all five fingers for up to 12 hours.
"Impulse Control" stimulates the blood circulation in the fingertips. Using the function keys +/- on the upper hand of the HEAT.GTX, three different heat settings can be selected whereby the current setting is indicated by means of LEDs. ...more info !
Technical allround harness with a broad range of use. Its exceptional freedom of movement proves beneficial especially during groundhandling. After take-off, the pilot automatically moves into the ideal sitting posture. Up in the air, an outstanding back support provides for a high level of seating comfort even during long flights while the harness transmits canopy feedback in a pleasant manner. ...more info !
Have you ever launched in hot weather conditions and then got cold fingers in icy heights? With the E-Heat, this problem can be solved at the push of a button! The lightweight (50 g), flat (5 mm) and - even at extreme outside temperatures - powerful lithium-ion batteries in the cuffs heat textile heating wires between the outer material and the lining which are guided over ...more info !
Im Online Portal der Deutschen Welle im Bereich Sport gibt es momentan einen interessanten Video-Beitrag über Toni Bender und seine Arbeit als Gleitschirm-Testpilot. Hier der Link zum Video.
Kerim Jaspersen followed together with his friends Patrick Penkert and Christian Menn his girlfriend Lena with the camera when she learned how to fly and made a 24 min documentary about it. Lena's training took place in Germany so the film is in German. But I just finished the english subtitles! . ...to the video !