EVORA paragliding :: GIN



The GIN Evora can take you to the places you have dreamed of. It's a wing that always stays smooth and flexible, even when the conditions get rough.

Novice pilots who want to move up to the next category, as well as experienced recreational pilots, will appreciate the unique qualities of the Evora. Its well-balanced turn, combined with a surprisingly efficient glide, make this wing an ideal companion for a long time.

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Technical specifications Evora :

Flat area (m2) 21.54 23.45 25.45 27.53 29.68 31.92
Wingspan flat (m) 10.69 11.15 11.61 12.08 12.54 13.01
Flattened elongation 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3 5.3
Projected area (m2) 18.53 20.17 21.90 23.68 25.53 27.45
Projected span (m) 8.52 8.89 9.26 9.63 10.00 10.37
Projected elongation 3.92 3.92 3.92 3.92 3.92 3.92
Rope (m) 2.53 2.64 2.75 2.86 2.97 3.08
Number of cells 51 51 51 51 51 51
Sail weight (kg) 4.2 4.5 4.7 5.0 5.3 5.65
Weight in flight (WIF) (kg) 55-75 65-85 75-95 85-105 100-120 115-135
Certification EN B EN B EN B EN B EN B EN B


Evora Colours

Technical details Evora :

Myungjin semi-lightweight fabrics offer high resistance to porosity
3 risers / 3 lines
Well thought out mix of sheathed and unsheathed lines with carefully optimised diameters.
Standard 12 mm easy-to-handle lifts or optional lifts with C-pilots
Mini-ribs on trailing edge with internal stitching

Materials :


  • Topside leading edge: Myungjin MJ40 MF
  • Main top surface: Myungjin MJ32 MF
  • Main underbody: Myungjin MJ32 MF


  • High: Dyneema | PPSL65 | PPSL 120 | PPSL 160
  • Intermediates: Dyneema | PPSL 120
  • Low: Dyneema | PPSL 200 | 350 | GIN TGL220


Climbing: that's the goal
The Evora is so smooth and balanced in the corners that taming the thermal becomes second nature. Thanks to the new optimised planform, the turn is also relatively flat and efficient. It is much easier to centre the cores of thermals when your wing has a natural tendency to stay stable. Don't be surprised if you find yourself at the top of the cluster!

Your ally in all conditions
The Evora strikes the perfect balance between tolerance to over-enthusiastic braking, and responsiveness to more subtle inputs, for example when you want to change the bank angle in a turn. The clear lines and clean brake cascade make it easy to fly and help the wing to position itself efficiently when needed.

Stable at acceleration
The Evora's inherent pitch stability ensures precise and easy take-offs as well as efficient glides. Its stability is also ideal for learning to accelerate with confidence. For pilots wishing to progress to back flying, an optional SMART RISER can be added when you are ready. The riser comes with a Harken control bar and pulley for even smoother operation.

Sewn-in mini-ribs ensure that the trailing edge remains aerodynamic and that there is no risk of the outer seams catching on hard take-offs. The ripstop reinforcements have also been removed to avoid any potential problems with peeling.

The designer has the floor
Designer Torsten Siegel explains the development of the Evora:

"With the Evora we spent a lot of time optimising the planform and line design for more efficient thermal management and better balanced turns. We wanted a wing that wasn't too demanding for relatively inexperienced pilots, while offering more than enough performance for the class - and still being great fun to fly!

It wasn't an easy specification, but we think we've achieved it! It's a wing that really bridges the gap between the progession wings and the higher performance B-gliders like the Explorer series. Development has taken place on several continents with pilots of different levels and the feedback has been remarkably consistent: the Evora is a smooth, well-balanced wing with very good handling and very respectable overall performance.

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Gin Gliders was founded in 1998 by paraglider designer and competition pilot Gin Seok Song Some of us follow the movement, some of us follow our own path, some of us fly paragliders, some of us fly GIN Gin's philosophy is simple: to design paragliders that he and every other pilot love to fly. This philosophy applies equally to an entry-level wing such as the Bolero, and to the world-renowned competition wing, the Boomerang. No wing is released without Gin's complete satisfaction. Gin has over 20 years experience in designing and manufacturing paragliders and is supported by an equally experienced team, both within the company in Korea and in a worldwide network of distributors and dealers. The "GIN Team" has dominated the Paragliding World Cup every year since 1998 and has enjoyed countless other competitive successes in World Cups, World Championships and National Championships. This high level of expertise provided by dedicated professionals guarantees you the best possible product support and after sales service.
The B are the most versatile. A wide range to suit most paragliders! In this category you'll find gliders with more finesse, aimed at both occasional paragliders and experienced cross-country flyers. Even if they are not officially under-classified, they will be called B-, B, or B+, depending on their reactivity.
  • Leasy B paragliders (enB-)They allow you to tackle the first transitions with confidence, and will react more quickly than school sails during pitch, roll and wing manoeuvres.
  • Paragliders in B are available as soon as you have your pilot's licence. The pleasure of gliding is now just a wing's length away :) They help you get a better feel for thermals, and tighten your core so you can fly efficiently from thermal to thermal. Most of them are available in a light version, with thin dyneema risers and lightweight fabric. This considerably reduces storage volume, so they can be slipped into the smallest of rucksacks to suit hike-and-fly paragliding, cross-country flying, or your luggage to accompany your travels!
  • enB+ paragliders are even faster and livelier. Typically cross-country, they are designed for pilots who are already attacking thermals and who have accumulated a good number of flights. The piloting becomes precise and dynamic, the maximum speed high, and you experience a real pleasure of gliding. Their finesse means you can hang up at the best of your transitions... Still enB approved, it is however recommended that you have already completed a pilot training course (SIV) and have compiled 50 hours of flying time per year to be able to use this type of glider. Fans of bivouac flying will also find what they're looking for in this range, as lightweight versions are also available!
As you can see, there's bound to be an enB paraglider to suit you ...

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