A LEGEND RETURNS
The MORPHEUS Next Generation is the world's first approved paraglider capable of infinity tumble. It pays homage to the acro history of U-Turn with the knowledge of the next generation of development. The acrotrainer and freestyler offers easily accessible dynamics. It is equipped with a significantly higher performance profile than the thoroughbred acro wings. The MORPHEUS carries the unmistakable DNA of its big dynamic brothers Blackout + and Joker, but acts much more gently. The Morpheus is therefore the perfect beginner to later switch to the related grand piano. Acro beginners in particular appreciate the good-natured qualities when the timing is not on point and this with the good feeling of an approved grand piano.
With the MORPHEUS NG, Ernst Strobl achieved the unbelievable achievement of developing the world's first freestyler capable of infinity tumbling, which even in size 19 has LTF / EN-D approval. Company founder Thomas Vosseler honored the work of his long-term partner with an incredible achievement. Visionary Vosseler has long thought of a real acro beginner who is capable of infinity tumbling and has a license. The new acro trainer combines freestyle genes with performance. The mixture of sporty dynamics and reliable climbing performance leads to a versatile area of application. The agile handling of the MORPHEUS NG is just as much fun with the dynamic soaring game as it is with approaching the acro maneuvers at great heights.
The MORPHEUS NG is the perfect acro beginner and freestyler. For all pilots who want to build up altitude efficiently, as they will convert it into pure fun factor when dismantling.
The requirement profile of a full-fledged acro grand piano that masters the test program for approval in size 19 was enormous. All findings from U-Turn's inexhaustible wealth of experience have been incorporated into the concept. After developing the competition wing Joker at the upper limit, the Morpheus NG is the answer below the Blackout +, with even more forgiving characteristics. Countless attempts with new line geometries were necessary in order to combine high performance with even higher tolerance. Acro newbies in particular should achieve quick learning success with it. The High Pressure Crossport Design (HPCD) optimizes the cross ventilation of the crossports and creates a balanced internal pressure of the light wing. The canopy tension brings high stability to the maneuvers and good feedback,