At Cefics-PunkAir, we understand the importance of matching your wing to your paramotor or paraglider, considering your experience level and operating environment. 

We take pride in designing paraglider products that cater to a wide range of pilots. Our designs are carefully tailored to align with the pilot's skills, performance requirements, and operating conditions, including factors like weather conditions and weight considerations. 

Our engineering team and pilots conduct thorough testing on each of our wings to ensure the utmost quality and performance. These tests are conducted to verify that the specifications meet the objectives and targets set during the design and manufacturing process. 

To assist you in determining the suitability of each wing, we provide a unique product specifications matrix featuring a range of symbols. These symbols serve as a guide to help you find a wing that aligns with your specific needs. 

Furthermore, we recommend reading the product overview and specifications for each wing. These details offer additional insights that will aid you in making an informed purchase decision.

If you need further assistance, you can call or write our customer service team, who are always glad to help.


A paraglider wing categorized as A rating offers ease of handling and a high level of safety. This makes it an excellent choice for beginners who are new to paragliding. If you're just starting out, we highly recommend considering wings like the BEO or Sir Edmund 1.0 for small Paramotor systems. Alternatively, the Sir Edmund 2.5 wing pairs exceptionally well with our Pro Ultralight L/XL or Emotion L/XL and can be great way to venture into RC Paragliding. 

On the other hand, a paraglider with a D rating is more demanding and suitable for experienced pilots. If you have prior experience with paragliders, any of our wings will match your skills and ambitions. 

It's important to note that our wings are compatible with any existing Paramotor system you may already own.


Single Skin: Open construction - Upper sail and ribs only - Very safe handling – Great for beginners

Double Skin: Conventional, closed construction - Aerodynamically perfect - More demanding in some cases

PunkAir- Hybrid: A mix of single-skin and double-skin techniques - Excellent flight performance with very safe handling - Extremely wind resistant with maximum speed bar performance


Naturally, paragliders are capable of flying in calm conditions. 

However, their ability to withstand strong winds often becomes the determining factor. The position of the indicator on the right side signifies the glider's increasing resistance to the wind when flown at an average weight. 

You can influence the flight characteristics of your paraglider by adding or reducing weight.


The weight range specified and thoroughly tested during the design phase represents the optimal range for achieving maximum flight performance, maintaining balance, and adhering to the intended class of the paraglider. 

The orange indicator denotes the weight range of 0-8kg.


The operating range refers to the versatility of the wing and the various ways it can be utilized. 

A narrower indicator indicates a more specialized wing with a narrower range of applications. 

Conversely, a greater amount of orange in the indicator signifies a broader spectrum of use for the wing.


The pilot profile provides information about the intended target group and the required experience level. 

While our products are also enjoyable for professionals, the indicator always points towards the right. 

However, as the indicator moves towards the left, the flying requirements for the pilot decrease, allowing for a wider range of individuals to enjoy the product.