Compact power. Endless horizons.

Discover the diversity of flying.

The ARAK2 combines everything you desire from a paraglider and adapts to every demand and challenge. It represents easy handling, powerful performance, safety, and most importantly: pure flying pleasure. Whether you’re an ascending pilot, a casual flyer, or an experienced pilot, the ARAK2 enables you to fully enjoy the freedom of flying. With this glider you can discover the entire spectrum of paragliding and unfold your own potential. Thanks to its robust yet lighter and more compact design, it is the ideal companion for any journey and adventure.

The ARAK2 is ready to explore new horizons with you.

The ARAK presents the entire essence of flying. Discover the new dimension of freedom and confidence in flight and lift your flying experience to a new level.

The ARAK presents the entire essence of flying. Discover the new dimension of freedom and confidence in flight and lift your flying experience to a new level.


The ARAK2 offers the fascination of flying in all its facets.

The user-friendly line setup of the ARAK2 allows for effortless preparation for take-off, even in challenging terrain. The color-highlighted seams on the risers contribute to uncomplicated handling. The canopy rises continuously over the pilot during inflation, ensuring safe and easy take-offs.

Compared to its predecessor, the ARAK2 flies more stable and has additionally gained in performance, due to advanced manufacturing techniques. Thanks to the SPEED CONTROL, the glider can now be steered during accelerated flight using the rear risers, allowing for a more efficient flying style. The direct feedback from the glider not only builds confidence but also facilitates precise communication between pilot and gear. The ARAK2 makes it easier than ever to find the optimal position in thermals and updrafts, making flights not only longer but also more enjoyable. Its direct and agile handling increases the joy of flying, encouraging inventive maneuvers and impressive wingovers, while its benign flight characteristics ensure a high level of safety.

As a true all-rounder, the ARAK2 thrills every pilot, whether cross-country flyer or XC Newcomer. This advanced intermediate paraglider opens up a new dimension of freedom and confidence in flight, thereby setting new standards in the flying experience. 



Our JET FLAPS extend the green arc as you approach the stall point, which substantially increases safety and also improves climb performance.


Doubling the number of cells at the trailing edge increases its shape stability substantially. Advantage: fewer vortices improve the aerodynamics and with it the performance.


The Rigid Foil nylon wires on the leading edge help maintain its shape and ensure constant ram air pressure. Advantages: better take-off behavior, more performance and lower canopy weight.


Color coded seams on the risers to ensure that the risers are connected correctly and without being twisted. red = left, blue = right


Together with a corresponding wing design, the shark nose technology improves pressure distribution in the canopy substantially. Advantages: much more solid flying feeling and substantial performance gain, especially when gliding on bar.


A precise calculation of the leading edge geometry and the installation of an additional strip of fabric reduce wrinkling in this sensitive part of the glider. Advantages: exact wing shape, more performance.


Nylon wires sewn into the glider over the anchor points of the C-level lines. Advantages: better load distribution, reduced drag, more performance.


Riser steering system which allows the pilot to even out turbulence, speed and pitch while flying on speed bar without having to release the speed bar.


Porous openings of the profile ribs at the trailing edge ensure that sand and dirt in the glider are automatically guided to the wingtip where they can trickle out. This helps preserve the material and relieves the trailing edge.

Cell number494949494949
Area flat (m²)21.5
Area projected (m²)18.41
Wingspan flat (m)10.611.07
Wingspan projected (m)8.48
Aspect ratio flat5.22
Aspect ratio projected3.913.913.913.913.913.91
min. profile depth (cm)768082858791
max. profile depth (cm)251262270279288300
Weight (kg)3.954.24.44.654.855.2
Take-off weight (kg)55-75
Upper sailDominico TX-Light / Myungjin MJ32 MF 32g
Lower sailMyungjin MJ32 MF 32g
RibsDominico TX-Light hard
Main linesLiros PPSLS 180/125
Middle linesLiros PPSLS 125/65
Top linesLiros DC 60
Brake linesLiros DFLP 200/32, PPSL 125/65
RisersGüth & Wolf 12mm webbing
What is the Smart-Link system and how does it work?

The Smart-Link system is a feature where each riser has a colored, continuous seam running from the suspension loop up to the C-riser. The red seam indicates the left side, and the blue seam indicates the right side. This ensures that the risers are attached on the correct side. Additionally, it allows for immediate identification if a riser is twisted. These same color-coded seams are also present on the new skywalk harnesses, thereby further enhancing safety. 

What advantage does the SPEED CONTROL system offer?

SPEED CONTROL allows you to compensate for turbulence in accelerated flight, change the angle of attack, adjust the speed and make directional corrections without having to step out of the speed bar. This enables a very efficient and fast flying style. The SPEED CONTROL steers the C- and B-risers simultaneously to avoid performance decreasing deformation of the glider, which would happen if you only pulled on the C-risers. 

What should I pay attention to when using the SPEED CONTROL?
  1. Only pull so far that the shackles on the rear riser don’t drop below the line shackles on theA-riser. 
  2. Make sure that the C-riser is not pulled down individually, it is essential that the entiresystem is actuated. 
  3. At trim speed the SPEED CONTROL may only be used as an emergency control. Under no circumstances should the SPEED CONTROL replace the brake handles! 
How do I calculate my take-off weight?

Takeoff weight is calculated by adding the weight of the pilot including clothes to the weight of the equipment. The equipment consists of the harness, the reserve chute, the paraglider itself, and any flight instruments and other baggage you may carry (e.g. rucksack, etc.).

What are the glide ratio (L/D), trim and maximum speeds?

Generally, we do not publish performance data, as releasing such information would be considered unreliable for the following reasons:

1. The difference between aerodynamically favorable and unfavorable harnesses and sitting positions can be as much as a whole L/D number.

2. Performance increases with the size of the glider. A larger glider always performs better than the same glider in a smaller size.

3. In paragliding, there is no standardized procedure for measuring performance data. For example, speed varies with altitude and the associated different air pressure, but also with the total weight of the system.

Is it OK for me to shorten the brake lines on my skywalk paraglider?

Changing the length of the brake lines can have a negative effect on the flying characteristics and extreme flight behavior. The paraglider needs a little more lead when flying on speed bar, otherwise the glider could be braked unintentionally, leading to a loss of performance. When performing extreme flying maneuvers, shortening the brake lines too much can cause complications during recovery from collapses, parachutal stall, etc.

Do the nylon wires in the glider need any special attention or packing method?

Our nylon wires are flexible and kink resistant, so they won’t break under normal circumstances. But due to the packing volume it is a good idea to lay the Rigid Foils in the leading on top of each other on both sides.

What are JET FLAPS and how do they work?

JET FLAPS are a so-called split flap, like those on large airplanes. When the glider is braked, the airflow is routed through the glider, restoring smooth airflow. This extends brake line travel and softens the stall behavior.

Which advantages do the JET FLAPS on my skywalk glider offer me?

Lower flyable minimum airspeed. The speed range is wider and easier to control. The pilot has more time to react when flying near the stall point.


Your ARAK2 package

    • 1x Compression strap
    • 1x Innerbag for glider
    • 1x Riser bag
    • 1x BASIC GUIDE
    • 1x Bandana
    • 1x Self-adhesive repair patch