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After winning the British Open in Roldanillo, Ozone R&D pilot Honorin Hamard continued his momentum with a PWC win, flying the new Zeno 2. This World Cup win is a rather solid confirmation of the Zeno 2’s performance. 

Meryl Delferriere (Enzo 3) finished just 6 points behind Honorin in the overall rankings! Congrats Meryl for an amazing result! Her finish is the first time that a woman has stood on the podium of a fully valid World Cup event. 

Baptiste  Lambert (Enzo 3) took 3rd overall. He won  task three and flew incredibly well throughout the event. 

The winning Team, naturally, was the Ozone Team. Eight out of the top 10 overall flew Ozone.

Full results: https://live.pwca.org/scores.php?comp=29

Congrats and cheers from all of us here at Ozone.

Photos courtesy of PWCA.org


As flying people know, life often reproduces the ups and downs we experience in the air. 2021 was another year of low saves and high climbs for Ozone. Our pilots swept up prizes on the competition scene, flew to the highest places on earth, but we also faced challenging conditions in our production facility in Vietnam due to the pandemic. This impacted our ability to deliver products and launch new models. We are pleased to announce that we have now returned to full production and that our delivery times are starting to improve. 

Our teams are working hard to fulfill outstanding orders as fast as possible, so that we can also release the exciting products our R&D team has been working on. Here is a brief update on future developments.

The Zeno2 is nearing completion and will be released by summer. 2022 will likely be the year when the 2-liner EN C comes of age, and naturally Ozone will be at the forefront of this new generation of gliders with an exciting model. Watch this space! The Swift6 will follow in the footsteps of the highly successful Rush6. Harness development is also progressing apace, with a totally revised Forza2 on the way, as well as a new beginner harness. Launch dates for these products are still dependent on progress at the factory, but we can assure you they will all be worth the wait.

As always, our focus will be to keep a smile on the faces of everyone who flies Ozone. We thank you for your patience and understanding and wish you all the best for 2022. Fly high!

In the image: Thomas Jeanniot flying the Tour du Mont Blanc this past September on the Rush 6.

Photo by Olivier Laugero @olivierlaugerophoto

New from Ozone – THE SUBMARINE

The World Cup Superfinal is underway in Disentis, Switzerland, and three of our team pilots are flying a radical new harness design: The Submarine.

Ozone designer, Luc Armant, shares, “The idea behind this project was to drastically reduce drag by creating a fully inflated enclosure around the pilot without compromising safety.

I made the first version in 2006. It was a funny little yellow proto which I flew in some local competitions and people started calling it “the yellow submarine”. This was before I came to Ozone — at that time I also designed one for Bruce Goldsmith which he used for the World Championships in 2007.

We restarted the project again in 2017, and there were major structural and aerodynamic problems to solve in order for it to be a viable product. A huge amount of computer work and modelling was carried out by co-designer, Fred Pieri, to develop and test prototypes.

We barely managed to finish three harnesses for the Superfinal before our factory had to close due to Covid. We haven’t had much time to train with them or fully evaluate the performance but we feel this generation is finally ready to be tested at the highest level of competition.”

We anticipate that development work on this project will continue over the months following the Superfinal. Cheers from all the Ozone team, and we send our best wishes to all of the pilots in the Superfinal. We look forward to following the race!


“For us it is a passion to make high tech lightweight equipment that people can travel with…” Russ Ogden, Ozone R&D team member.

Forget everything you think you know about the compromises in 2-Line paraglider designs… The ZEOLITE is easy to launch, easy to land in small/restricted LZs.

It has the most comfortable B-handle control we have experienced, and handling that is incredibly agile and precise in the core.This is a new breed of 2-Line design, offering competition level performance in an extremely light and compact package. Weighing in at under 3kgs with an aspect ratio of 6.7, the Zeolite delivers the performance and reliability needed for the Red Bull X-Alps, the most grueling race in the world.

The ZEOLITE GT is the same as the X-Alps competition version, but with slight material changes to increase durability and affordability.

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New ROADRUNNER – ground handling wing

The Roadrunner is an easy to use and highly forgiving paraglider that is designed specifically, and only, for ground-handling training. It is optimized for use in wind speeds that are too high to practice with a standard sized paraglider, but is also easy to use in light or zero wind conditions.

Schools will love the ease of use and the cost-savings. Save your “flight” wings for flying, instead of wearing them out for ground-handling. The Roadrunner was designed from the start with price in mind, with the goal to increase training efficiency while lowering costs for schools.

Kids love it too! Introduce younger and lighter pilots to the joys of kiting.

New Ozone T-shirts

The new Ozone T-shirt line is made from 100% organic cotton. This new fabric is soft and supple, washes well over time. There are two colours merl grey and charcoal grey. Printed Ozone classic logo. Woman version and more new prints coming shortly. 

T-shirt Classic Ozone logo in Charcoal Grey
T-shirt Classic Ozone logo in Merl Grey


The 2019 X-Alps equipment setup weighs in at under 5.5kg for wing, XC harness, and reserve. The Zeolite itself is just 2.85 kg. It is designed for use in the X-Alps race environment, which means small and unimproved launches, technical top-landings, small & restricted LZs, and strong alpine conditions.

From the R&D Team: “Forget everything you think you know about the compromises in 2-Line paraglider designs. The Zeolite is easy to launch, easy to land in small/restricted LZs, and has the most comfortable B-handle control we have experienced. This is a new breed of 2-Line design.”

We’ll post more info on this exciting new gear in the coming weeks, and we wish all of the athletes in this year’s race the best of luck.

Thanks to Manuel Nuebel for the review.

Mantra 7 Now Available.

The Mantra M7 is a completely new design incorporating the latest Zeno and Enzo 3 technology in a tight, compact, 3-line package. The profile, planform, and arc are all evolved from the Zeno, and the aspect ratio is a more moderate 6.5. The M7 offer a level of agility, comfort and safety closer to the Delta series, with near-Zeno glide performance. Most importantly, it is an incredibly fun wing to fly!

This new design replaces the M6, and bridges the gap in our range between the Delta 3 and Zeno. It is a significant step up from the M6 in terms of performance, especially in accelerated flight, but with better collapse recovery characteristics, reduced pilot workload, and more cohesion in turbulent air. It is the ideal wing for experienced pilots stepping up to the D class who want the performance and pleasure of a modern 2-liner, but with more comfort, security, and confidence.

More info on the Mantra 7 product page

The Mantra 7 is ready to order from your local OZONE distributor