Why Ensis wings over others? Good question:
The Ensis wing has been designed to be as light as possible but still be bullet proof strong. It’s stable to fly, powerful in the bottom end and controllable at top end. The Ensis wing can be used by everyone from the first timer to world pro. There is nothing that the Ensis wing cannot do! It is at home in the waves, freeride or freestyle. With this wing you really can do anything, it will take you from your first go to wherever you want to go!
Build quality? It’s made by the Swiss….
The Ensis wing has had every single aspect of its design and manufacture scrutinised. The material is the best on the market, Tejin 3×3 fabric from Japan. This high performance, strong and light material combines with the Ensis canopy to make an extremely tough and light wing.
No windows = no weak points. Windows were thought to be a good idea but the reality is that they don’t provide any additional safety, just a high stretch weak point in the canopy. Instead Ensis has chosen to offer their latest wing with no windows, and therefore no compromise!
The handles are made from highly resilient plasticised/EVA mixed fabric. There are three large handles which allows you to move your hands to exactly where you want to. As well as the three large handles there is a small handle where harness lines can be attached, should you want to. Handles connect you to the wing so it is super important that they are in the right place and made of the right material. Ensis has this covered!
The leading edge is reinforced in all connecting segments, and wing tips, with superior lightweight resilient material. These Ensis reinforcements prevent chafing on the tube and thus increase the wings lifespan.
The highest quality tube seams on the market! The seams of the leading edge and the struts are offset with a layer of insignia. The seams themselves are using a highly resilient threat that is specially made in the UK for Ensis. The quality of the seams, materials and reinforcements means that Ensis tubes can take extreme pressures of up too 9PSI, and that helps the wing to have maximum stability in its leading edge and struts.