Ozone Kites

Since 2000 Ozone has become one of the world’s largest Kite-manufacturer. The brand has roots in the field of paragliding which has helped Ozone to become one of the most successful manufacturer worldwide. Ozone Kites are manufactured in factories located in Germany and they don’t leave them without a thorough check. High quality and persistent materials with precise work are combined. The news on the market for year 2011 are the following kites:

Ozone c4Ozone C4

The successor to Ozone’s Bestseller is here: the C4 2011 is like its predecessor an open C. The construction and the shape of the kites are actually “classic C Style”: no Pulleys, just tips. However, the C4 is a bridle-supported kite and thus has a very generous wind range and great depower capacity that cannot be compared with conventional C Kites.



Ozone EdgeOzone EDGE

With the experience and developments from the construction of Edge 2010 have Ozone taken the new Edge to a higher Level. The fact that the Edge now with only 5 struts, has lead to weight savings when superfluous materials have been removed at the same time as the foil flexibility has increased, the result is faster handling, reduced resistance, improved elevator and better services to cross and wind window.




Ozone CatalystOzone CATALYST

From its predecessor, the Light XC in 2009 and 2010 Catalyst, comes the 2011 Catalyst which still remains without pulleys. Result is a clearer feeling of  the kites. The Catalyst is designed for drivers, which prefers a simple kite both for free riding as well as for waves.



Ozone ZephyrOzone ZEPHYR

The successor of the great 2010 light wind kite from Ozone. Like its predecessor, one if the main objectives when designing this kite was weight saving, so that the kite really get going easy. This high performance profile caused, in addition to the great lowend also great upwind properties.




Ozone UnoOzone UNO

The latest Baby of Ozone teams: a robust, cheaper and easy to use kite surf training kite.

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