The Reliable Companion
Traditionally, a MESCAL guarantees the highest possible safety standards in the paragliding sector. True to its bloodlines, the new MESCAL4 conforms to these same standards.
Pilots can continue to depend on the same appealing handling. This EN A-level wing turns dynamically and offers a lot of fun even for experienced pilots.
The MESCAL4 climbs well in the thermals thanks to JET FLAP technology. It shows absolutely no negative tendencies, allowing the wing to core easily also in stronger thermal.
The speed system is comparatively smooth and even at maximum speed the MESCAL4 still has reassuring safety reserves. Brake pressure rises dramatically before the stall point is reached. Big ears are especially easy with the specially marked risers.
Ideally, the MESCAL4 should be flown in the middle of the designated weight range.
With the implemented design features, the performance comes almost by itself, even if this is not the first priority in this wing category.
The M4 climbs beautifully in weak thermals as well. The glide ratio is at a new level which just a few short years ago belonged solely to the domain of high performance wings.
The trim speed is more than sufficient and with the speed system an additional 10km/h can easily be achieved.
All in all a perfect package for the training hill, long thermal flights as well as the first xc flight experiences.
Safety: The MESCAL4 sets benchmarks in safety.
Reaction to disturbances, should they occur despite the high stability, are very moderate. Pitch and pendulum activity after a collapse are very subdued, the wing opens quickly and dependably.
Thanks to integrated Jet Flap Technology, travel to stall is very long and an early, massive increase in brake pressure. It is not so easy to destabilize the MESCAL4, making it an ideal relaxed companion for all conditions.
Of course the MESCAL4 was also certified without the use of folding lines!
Suitable for beginners on the training hill, the MESCAL4 also offers lasting satisfaction for ambitious hobby pilots for their first XC flying experiences.