Most of Apco’s Reflex Paramotor range of wings have 2D Streering.
2D Steering allows the pilot to control the ratio of brake applied between the tip and the center of the wing.
Although our wings are not very susceptible to this problem, and they are tested to be resistant to it, while flying at lower angles of attack with a reflex profile, a pilot may suffer a collapse if the brake is suddenly applied under certain circumstances.
2D Steering allows the pilot to reduce this risk by pulling the brake to the in-side, thereby applying mainly brake on the wingtip for turns, or holding the brakes to the outside for flairing on landing (or when flying at higher angles of attack with the trimmers closed, when thermalling for instance.