When it comes to paragliding, the lines on your wing play a crucial role in the overall performance and safety of your flight. Over time, these lines can become stretched, shrinked or frayed, affecting the handling and stability of your glider. This is why it's important to regularly inspect and retrim your paraglider lines.

Retrimming your lines involves adjusting their lengths to ensure that they are all evenly tensioned and aligned. This can help improve the handling of your wing, making it more responsive and stable in the air. It can also extend the lifespan of your paraglider by preventing unnecessary wear and tear on the lines.

Before retrimming your lines, it's important to carefully inspect them for any signs of damage or wear. Look for frayed strands, knots, or twists in the lines that could affect their performance. If you notice any issues, it's best to replace the damaged lines before retrimming.

To retrim your paraglider lines, we use high precission laser machine and chart specific to your wing model, as well as a tension gauge to ensure that all lines are correctly adjusted. It's important to follow the manufacturer's guidelines for line tension and trim settings to ensure that your wing performs optimally.

The general recommendation is to have a paraglider retrimmed after approximately 40 hours and then again after 120 hours of use, or once a year if you fly frequently. However, it is important to consult with the manufacturer or a certified paragliding instructor for specific recommendations based on the type of paraglider and your individual flying habits.

In conclusion, regular line retrimming is an important part of paraglider maintenance that can help improve the performance and lifespan of your wing. By taking the time to inspect and adjust your lines, you can ensure a safe and enjoyable flying experience. So don't forget to schedule a line retrim for your paraglider to keep it in top shape for your next adventure in the skies.


Cost of retrim is $190