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OXYGEN 2 AND OXYGEN 2+: SAFETY NOTICE

June 7, 2019

Concerning all Oxygen 2 and Oxygen 2+ harnesses. It has been reported that during a static deployment there were difficulties removing the handle from the Velcro attachment, making it impossible to... Read More

Ozium 2 Safety Notice: October 9 2018

October 9, 2018

An issue with the reserve pod on the Ozium 2 requires action on the part of Ozium 2 harness owners. If you own an Ozium 2 please read this safety notice.... Read More

OZIUM 2 SAFETY NOTICE

April 2, 2018

Any Ozium 2 manufactured before March 2018 will benefit from a small and simple modification to the reserve bridle channel. If you own an Ozium 2, please read this safety notice , and modification... Read More

Setting up your Harness

January 30, 2018

As pilots, we spend hours and hours sitting in our harnesses. Tuning your harness settings can improve observation, comfort, handling, safety, and performance. Airlinks Online Academy: Seiko and Charles tell us... Read More

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“Unplanned tour up hood after an unplanned night out with friends and family... all topped off with fresh lines on sunrise lit powder from above the lifts and a bit of speedriding through the rotary crosswinds of whiteriver gorge” @hunterjnelson

Photo by @cduey13
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Santa Cruz de Tenerife
“Early flight with good views of Teide, with local pilot Toni flying his Zeno and Francis his Enzo 3”

By @xevi.bonet
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A story of friendship, success and failures. Paragliding, big walls, first ascents and descents in the deep of the Pamir Alai, Kyrgyzstan. 4 friends, 3 weeks, 2 sports, 1 goal: having a lot of fun!
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With @giovanni_gallizia, @filipposolaro, Giovanni della Porta, Francesco Morerio
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Surf is UP!
North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.
Pilot: Alex Colby @flykahana
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Photo by @jorgeatramiz
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“Ground spiral at the justACRO Boogie 2019 coming in fast with my Session 16” @paltakats
Photo by @rollinstoone
Location: Gerlitzen, Austria 🇦🇹
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Time to fly FAST!
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PWC Loma Bola, Argentina.
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Photo courtesy of PWCA.org / Ulric Jessop
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“Flow state - The mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeing of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity.
Find your flow...” By @brandonscheid
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Z E R M A T T 🇨🇭 By @northwestparagliding

Glider: Geo 5
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These guys are crushin' it on their first day! Winds were strong and everyone else had gone home. High wind kiting skills are a necessity! Check out that hang time!

By our friends from @flyaboveallparagliding Santa Barbara, California
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“Winter Sunset ☀️ at Le Salève 🇫🇷” By Alexandre Mulle @mulle_alexandre
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The final stop of the PWC tour was in Loma Bola, Argentina. Six valid tasks were flown.
PWC’s Ruth Jessop reports: “With blue skies and very stable conditions, a 51 km final task was set zig zagging north and south up and down the Loma Bola ridge.
Initially it was a great race which brought paragliding to the people. The crowds watching on launch had a fantastic introduction to our sport as the pilots crossed launch several times, low enough for the crowds to cheer on their favorite pilots.
Unfortunately, the spread-out from a big storm cell in the mountains shut down everything just as the pilots were approaching End of Speed making goal impossible.
We’ve had a fantastic week here with great contrasts in terrain and tasks, from jungle to polo fields, in the Garden of Argentina, not to mention stunning food and wine.
A big thank you to the Argentinian Gauchos and their horses who have helped with some fairly remote retrieves making this such a great adventure”
The overall win went to Jurij Vidic  from Slovenia. In second place was French pilot Xavier Laporte followed by the Ozone team pilot, Pal Takats from Hungary. All flying Enzo 3s.
In the women’s category, it was Adel Honti (Enzo 3), from Hungary, who took the win  followed by Brazilian pilot Marcella  Uchoa (Enzo 3) in second and local pilot Shauin KAO (Zeno) in third.
Seven out of the top ten pilots flew OZONE.
For full results visit PWCA.ORG
Congrats and cheers from all the OZONE team.

Photo by @tanguy_rg
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E T H I O P I A 🇪🇹 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Photo by @felixwoelk

Exoceat Safety Notice Released

October 20, 2017

Attn: All Exoceat Owners Please read the information at this page, regarding the Exoceat harness.... Read More

OZIUM HARNESS: SAFETY NOTICE

June 8, 2017

This Safety Notice affects All Original Ozium Harnesses (not the new Ozium 2) We have had reported a case of failure during a simulated tyrolean deployment. The pins on the reserve deployment handles... Read More

AustriAlpin Buckles

February 18, 2016

The manufacturer of the Cobra buckle used on certain Ozone harnesses has released a safety notice for this buckle. AustriAlpin states that this issue affects a fraction of a percent of buckles... Read More

Forza Harness Reserve Loops SAFETY NOTICE

January 8, 2016

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE Concerning all Forza harnesses manufactured in 2015 with the serial numbers: Forza-(size)-Q-31A-(???) to Forza-(size)-Q-49E-(???) There have been several reported cases of a reserve loop failure on the Forza... Read More