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Aska 2010

Aska 2010




Fun, safe and user friendly. ASKA Speedride wings are designed to meet all the riders expectations. Carving with the 10 or 12, or swooping with 12 or 14, just pick the one that fits the conditions, slope angle, or pilot skill level. They are roll- stable, with a very low and difficult to achieve stall point and they are rock solid in tough conditions. Inflation is clean, easy and quick either using forward , reverse launching technique or any other freestyle inflation you like . ASKA wings are pitch-damped, and don't shoot that fast forward making them ideal for riding in strong winds and reliable when launching on risky-turbulent take-off zones . We"ve been surprised by their huge speed and sink rate ranges that will allows you to perfectly adjust your path in the air and on the snow safely. The brakes are equipped with magnets and elastics to keep them on the proper place. Their range in glide and flair is amazing. Trims are located on front risers. Only a small variation in trim is possible, it's short but very effective. You won't often feel the need to tune them, that's for sure ! Lines and risers are color coded, you will be glad you can easily do your final check standing on the steep slope, ready to rush down without no doubt about it . Blue skies, deep snow and wonderful flights to all of you ! ASKA Team

The materials were chosen to combine lightness, flying qualities while retaining maximum strength that meet specific speedriding needs. ASKA gliders are designed to match the toughest conditions On a speed riding glider, the bulk of the burden is being borne by the front (A / B), we chose to strengthen the ribs with extra material, connecting the points of attachment to the upper surface, which allows a better distribution of forces. The ribs are made of Dominico-tex Hardfinish 42g / m² to limit deformation and aging of the profile . The lower lines are made of non-sheathed Dyneema 1,9 mm, have a breaking strength of 500 kg per line. All lines are manufactured in France. For readability during the preflight, and to reduce the risk of knots in the lines misrouted harness or brake, each group of lines has different color. Red for the front and yellow for C and D , Braking lines system is blue / green. The trim, very effective, has three positions indicated by a seam on the strap. The stop used to set the trim is very powerful, which prevents any accidental slipping. The comfort and grip of the brakes is increased by the trackball over the brake handles. This will make brake control and flight more precise.

A8-10 - 8m ²: The A8-10 is the competition wing of the range. Clearly designed for competitors, very fast, very aggressive in turns and eager to go down. However, its main assets are its speed range and its impressive resource, the large variations of glide ratio allows you to ski whatever the slope. This tiny toy really goes fast, but it's still easy to inflate, handles great and you will feel quite confident blasting down that enormous cliff ! Our advice: You've got to be totally mad to fly this one !

A10-10 - 10m ²: With the A10-10 , things are getting serious : The bigger sizes already have a lot of speed and dive when you want them to. With the A10 we are really starting to go fast. More sensitive on the brakes, also very sensitive on the harness. You don't need your brakes to turn this wing. Put the speed into lift when you hit the brakes. Amazing flair power. Lots of speed. You can stick to the snow all the way down. Nice all-round speedride wing. Our advice: For experts pilots in need of speed.

A12-10 - 12m ²: The A12-10 is suitable for light- weight beginners or medium-weight intermediate pilots. More sensitive on brakes , but still very forgiving. This one will give you a big range in dive and distance. It's possible to take it easy , make some distance, or fly it fast when you want to. Our advice: For light beginners, schools and heavier intermediates... or very brave speedflyers

A14-10 - 14m ²: The A14-10 is an overall glider for all kinds of riders, it can be flown by advanced riders for speedflying and is recommended for speedride beginners who are a bit heavier. This wing has a good ability to stay close to the ground and remains perfectly skiable for its size . The A14-10 proved its versatility from high wind soaring to committed speed riding with Stéphane Dufour tests:


2012 version

Aska A10 stays for 2012, available in two sizes 12 sqm and 14 sqm for the use of schools and just-out-of-school riders.

Its stability in rolling and pitching, along with its simplicity of build (2 risers), makes speedriding easy to learn.

Its very attractive price, for a construction solid as a rock, gives Aska A10 an exceptional quality/price ratio on the market;

The wing is delivered with the new rucksack and compression bag.

Recommended prices (Taxes Included) :

12 m² : 1200 €
14 m² : 1250 €






Manufacture: Aska Sports


 Technical Data

Model A10-8 A10-10 A10-12 A10-14
Area (Flat/Projected) 8m²/?m² 10m²/?m² 12m²/?m² 14m²/?m²
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No. of Cells 18
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Weight (kg) ? ? 3.0 3.5
Glide Ratio ?:1
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Recommended Fly weight (kg) Expert Advanced 45/75 75/100+


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