Found in between the Dakota and the Lapoon, the Boxer was designed for powered paragliding.
With its prominent semi-reflex profile, an aptitude to easily lift off and a total absence of noticeable counter rotative torque effect, the Boxer is built to fight turbulence, is fast and delivers excellent performance.
With progressive brake inputs the wing becomes really playful to perfectly suit most pilots' needs and moods: easy set-up, easy handling on the ground and in flight.
This wing was built to last for either local or cross country flying.
The Boxer's A and B category (varying with size) in the EN certification tests means it guarantees a high passive safety.