The all-new Kortel Design reserve Parachute, Krisis Karré, brings 3 main innovations compared to its competitors:
The unique design of the Karré generates horizontal speed after opening. This creates lift, and thus to significantly reduces sink rate.
This horizontal speed also brings about a glide ratio around 1.5, allowing the pilot to steer the reserve with the pair of handles, thus avoiding potential obstacles during descent.
The asymmetric shape forces a folding pattern which improves opening speed while keeping folding complexity to a minimum.
Krisis Carre 100: 1.17kg, max load 100kg. Sink 4.7mps at max, 3.6mps at 70kg
Krisis Carre 125: 1.39kg, max load 125kg. Sink 4.5mps at max, 3.5mps at 85kg
Krisis Carre 160: 1.78kg, max load 160kg. Sink 4.5mps at max, 3.6mps at 110kg
Krisis Carre 220: 2.52kg, max load 220kg. Sink 4.5mps at max, 3.5mps at 160kg
“Great compromise between steerable and non steerable. The best of both worlds. Not too heavy either!”