A parafoil is a nonrigid (textile) airfoil with an aerodynamic cell structure which is inflated by the wind. Ram-air inflation forces the parafoil into a classic wing cross-section. Parafoils are most commonly constructed out of ripstop nylon. The device was developed in 1964 by Canadian Domina Jalbert (1904–1991). [from Wikipedia]
Soar the sunny skies with the Toysmith Parafoil Kite. This brightly-colored 20-inch kite features a graceful 14-foot tail, and is ready to fly right out of the bag. The kite comes with string, winder and a handy nylon storage bag.