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The OZONE Team’s research into lightweight paraglider technology has spanned the globe and penetrated the biggest air on the planet, from the Himalayas to the Cordillera Blanca and from one end of the Alps to the other in the RedBull X-Alps Adventure Race. Vol-bivouac flying can be an intense discipline, involving serious commitments in remote terrain. The Alpina is designed to support experienced vol-biv pilots in these demanding conditions.


Based on the success of the Delta, the Alpina is an EN C class wing with carefully constructed light-weight materials. Each component of the wing has been chosen to provide the best support possible with the least amount of weight. The M size Alpina weighs just 4.51kg which is very impressive for a glider with so many cells and an advanced internal construction.


The Alpina is a next generation sport class wing, with real-world glide performance that is the highest we have yet experienced in its class. However, we think it is important to remember that the theoretical performance of a glider, or its measured data in calm air, is not always the most accurate measure of its performance in real conditions. The Alpina, like all OZONE wings, has been tested and found worthy in the most demanding conditions, from the wilds of the Himalaya to the inversion layer-piercing thermals of the Southern Alps in summer. The Alpina is a reliable partner for serious flying in big mountains.


Pilots who are already very comfortable flying wings in the EN C class will feel at home on the Alpina. With lighter construction than the Delta, the Alpina has a more crisp and direct feel with a slightly more agile turn. Overall, it could be considered a step up from the Delta in terms of performance and handling, and pilots who would typically fly in the EN B class should in most cases consider the Swift or Geo for their lightweight needs.


When cared for, the Alpina will last for many hundreds of flying hours. Like all wings, it should be inspected regularly and cared for properly. The materials used for the Alpina have been proven suitable after many years and tens of thousands of hours of testing by the OZONE Team, and we have full confidence in the strength and durability of the wing. The Alpina is load tested to 8G and certified EN C.


Alpina Colour Options


Your OZONE wing is delivered standard with the following accessories:

You may choose to add something to your order, such as: Saucisse Bag (video) (concertina packing bag), Glider Backpack, Easy Bag (quick stuff sack), or OZONE Clothing and Accessories.


Cells 58 58 58 58
Area Proj. 18,9 20,7 22,4 24,4
Area Flat 21,9 24 26 28,3
Span Proj. 9,12 9,54 9,93 10,35
Span Flat 11,33 11,86 12,33 12,86
AR Proj. 4,4 4,4 4,4 4,4
AR Flat 5,85 5,85 5,85 5,85
Root Chord 2,44 2,55 2,66 2,77
Glider Weight *estimated 4,11* 4,31* 4,51* 4,71*
In flight weight range 55-70 65-85 80-100 95-115
LTF / EN *in progress C C C C
* Weights may vary up to 50gm per size due to slight variations in the manufacturing of the fabric used.


  • Top Surface - Skytex 36 Classic
  • Bottom Surface - Skytex 27 Classic
  • Rib cloth - Skytex 27 Hard / Skytex 40 Hard
  • Upper lines - Edelrid 8000U-130/090/070/050
  • Mid lines - Edelrid 8000U-130/090
  • Lower lines - Edelrid 7343-230 / 8000U-230/190/130



The Alpina is a solid backcountry performer for serious vol-biv and adventure flyers. It is a light version of the Delta, with top of class EN C performance and a reliable but light-weight sail construction.

The Alpina top surface is constructed from Porcher Skytex 36g classic. This is the same cloth we have been using for years in the Geo and Swift series. This cloth has mechanical properties similar to a 40g cloth as it has the same structural ripstop. It has been proven reliable over the years and is the best light cloth available for the top surface.

Porcher Skytex 27 classic makes up the bottom surface, and we believe this is the best ultra-lightweight cloth available. Used for the Swift, the UltraLite, and also in the R10’s, the Skytex 27 classic is not only very light, it has proven to be strong and to last well when used in the right areas of the wing.

The ribs, diagonal ribs, and straps are made from Porcher Skytex 40 hard and Skytex 27 hard. The longevity of the structure cannot be compromised and therefore only the parts with very reduced stress are made with the 27g.

The standard risers are made from 12mm cousin webbing with stainless maillon rapide links, and the light risers are made with 8mm dyneema webbing and LinkLite connectors, for a savings of about 200g.