A glider, unless provided with a motor, must be taken to a certain initial height on starting before it can continue flying on its own. To this end, it is often pulled by means of a rope winch for which a high strength fiber rope is required. The static ropes we carry are very comfortable during take-off because of the stiff construction. To compare, steel wire is much more elastic and contains a lot of gatherings after a short period of time which makes the take-off uneven.
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