The Oxygen1 Harness was designed with comfort in mind. Comfort while flying, and also while hiking. At just 1.3kg, it is light for a harness and bag combination, but features generously padded leg and back support, full adjustments, and a comfortably sized storage compartment.
Instead of having all of the leg straps permanently sewn to save a few grams, which can result in a nightmare on launch if you are trying to get into it with crampons or boots on, we have chosen light weight aluminum plate buckles with colour coordinated leg straps for easy and safe identification. The padding on the back and inside the legs makes the Oxygen1 the lightweight harness that you can fly comfortably for hours. After all, if the wing is soarable, the harness should be as well!
Width: 12.00 (in)
Height: 12.00 (in)
Depth: 12.00 (in)
The OZO is a reversible harness / backpack made from ultra-lightweight materials. It is designed specifically for use with Ozone’s range of modern lightweight wings, but can be used with any paraglider.
For over a decade, the Ozone R&D team has been deeply involved with the development of lightweight flying equipment, and the OZO is the culmination of our years of focus combined with the work of the newest engineer on the Ozone R&D Team, Fred Pieri.
Two sizes are available; 26L and 33L, weighing in at 580 and 585g, respectively. Every detail of the OZO’s construction has been optimized for weight, and it is one of the lightest available reversible harnesses today. Although the OZO is extremely lightweight, it is fully load tested and will last for many seasons of use if properly cared for.
In the backpack configuration, the OZO is comfortable and stable on long ascents. Ultra-light, ergonomic 3D foam straps distribute the load evenly on your shoulders, and there is adequate internal volume for water, helmet, gloves, etc.
While a certain amount of compromise is unavoidable, we strove to make the OZO comfortable enough for extended flights. Reinforced semi-rigid leg supports spread your weight across a wider section of the harness than other ultra-lightweight mountain / descent harnesses, making soaring and XC flights comfortable. All leg and shoulder straps are fully sewn and buckle free. The harness is adjustable in the air and on the ground.
The two sizes of the OZO (26L & 33L) refer to the volume of the backpack compartment, and not to the harness dimensions, which are the same for both models. The flying harness is available in one size and fits most pilots comfortably. Choose the size of your OZO based on your equipment and its total packed volume. We recommend:
26L: XXLite 16 &19; Ultralight 19, 21 or similar 33L: Ultralite 21, 23, 25 or similar
26L: 580g 33L: 585g
Recommended pilot size: 165cms – 190cms
Buckle-free harness, with shoulder strap length adjustments and real pulleys for speed system.
The Atak Harness was developed specifically for speed-flying with the help of Pierre Bouiloux of SupAir. Compact, strong, and stable, the Atak harness is adjustable to be very upright for skiing, or more reclined for pilots who are more comfortable in a more typical ‘flying’ position.
Anti-friction rings on the shoulder straps allow transition from standing to sitting positions quickly and easily. The harness naturally positions the pilot in a skiing stance, so that you are never caught off-balance while speed flying.
When you transition from standing to sitting, you will be completely ‘in’ the harness, not hanging out of it. The leg straps automatically scoop you into the harness, with no struggle to sit comfortably. This also makes the harness ideal for tandem flying and dune soaring as well.
The LiteSpeed is a highly versatile, lightweight mini-wing that features the latest in Shark Nose Technology and Ultralite construction. Its modern design incorporates the same technology that powers our highest performance XC and competition wings, packaged into a user-friendly intermediate mini-wing. The LiteSpeed is not just a light version of another wing. Although it began development as a lightweight Zero, the final result is a new design with significant improvements:
The LiteSpeed is equally comfortable in light or strong wind conditions, and is ideal for hike & fly, fun descents, and soaring / thermalling adventures. The 17m size weighs in at around 2.3kg, which will appeal to pilots looking for speed in the mountains, or wherever your travels may take you. The LiteSpeed’s weight and pack volume is incredibly low for a wing with this many cells, thanks to more than a decade of OZONE lightweight R&D.
The LiteSpeed is suitable for paraglider pilots of intermediate skill level and above when flown at moderate wing loadings. More experienced pilots who wish to fly at higher wing-loadings will enjoy the speed and precision of this wing at its full potential. Despite the LiteSpeed’s accessibility, it is not suitable for beginner pilots. The LiteSpeed is ideal for mini-wing pilots with some experience, who are looking for an elevated level of sensitivity and glider feedback.
Speed was a major concern during the two-year development of this wing, but our primary focus was on creating a cohesive platform with a large, usable speed range whilst keeping weight and pack-volume to a minimum. Optimised trimming, sail tension and arc, combined with intelligently used lightweight materials and Ultralite construction techniques have all contributed to the improved inflation characteristics and a more compact and agile feel in the air.
CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN
Made with a combination of the well-proven Porcher Skytex 27gr and Dominco N20D sail cloths, the LiteSpeed’s ultralight character is not compromised in terms of durability. This wing will last for many years if cared for normally. It is equipped with trimmers and a speed system that can be used individually or together. The patented OZONE SharkNose profile is renowned for its performance at a wide range of angles of attack. Combined with the LiteSpeed’s trim and speed system, the result is a large, fast and solid useable speed range with high levels of stability at low angles of attack, along with improved stall / spin resistance at higher angles of attack. The SharkNose aides every aspect of the design with improved cohesion, handling, speed and glide performance. The end result is a unique, high-performance mini-wing that remains accessible and easy to use.
The LiteSpeed balances the high levels of efficiency necessary for soaring and thermalling flights, with the speed, agility and roll authority required for dynamic handling, diving turns and fun descents. We have enjoyed flying the LiteSpeed in a wide range of conditions, from coring thermals with larger standard paragliders on light days, to soaring in moderate to strong winds and carving down the mountain after a hike-up. Please note that we do not recommend flying any highly-loaded wing in accelerated configurations in turbulent or strong conditions, especially when near to the ground.
The ZERO has gained a reputation for agile handling in a highly efficient platform, and the new ZERO 2 improves upon every aspect of the wing. With the patented OZONE SharkNose leading edge, a new arc inspired by the OZONE performance-project and significantly improved handling and overall performance, the ZERO 2 offers more without compromising stability and comfort.
Our mission for the ZERO 2 was to adapt the OZONE SharkNose leading edge to the design and combine it with recent breakthroughs in our performance wings. OZONE introduced the patented SharkNose technology to the paragliding world, and it has proven to be one of the most impactful developments in our sport’s modern history. Successfully adapting SharkNose technology to various wing types and planforms is complex, particularly in lower aspect ratio designs such as the ZERO series. The ZERO 2, like the LiteSpeed, has benefitted greatly from our research in this area of glider design. The ZERO 2 incorporates the same technology that powers our high performance XC and competition wings, packaged into a user-friendly, intermediate-class mini-wing.
The ZERO 2 is suitable for paraglider pilots of intermediate skill level and above when flown at moderate wing loadings. More experienced pilots who wish to fly at higher wing-loadings will enjoy the speed and precision of this wing at its full potential. Despite the ZERO 2’s accessibility, it is not suitable for beginner pilots. The ZERO 2 is ideal for mini-wing pilots and intermediate+ paraglider pilots who are looking for an elevated level of sensitivity and glider feedback.
Speed is a major concern for the ZERO series development. The ZERO 2’s speed range is not only wide, it’s also very usable. One major benefit of the SharkNose leading edge is improved wing behavior at the high and low margins of AoA – when accelerated, or when flown in deep brakes, the SharkNose LE continues to provide consistent internal pressure with minimal turbulence around the intakes. A primary focus for all of our mini-wings is to create a cohesive platform with a large, usable speed range. The ZERO 2’s optimised trimming, sail tension, and arc, combined with the SharkNose LE, add up to improved inflation characteristics and a more compact and agile feel in the air.
CONSTRUCTION AND DESIGN
Made from the well-proven Dominico sail cloth, the ZERO 2 will last for many years if cared for normally. It is equipped with trimmers and a speed system that can be used individually or together. The patented OZONE SharkNose profile is renowned for its performance at a wide range of angles of attack. Combined with the ZERO 2’s trim and speed system, the result is a large, fast and solid useable speed range with high levels of stability at low angles of attack, along with improved stall / spin resistance at higher angles of attack. The OZONE SharkNose aides every aspect of the design with improved cohesion, handling, speed and glide performance. The end result is a unique, high-performance mini-wing that remains accessible and easy to use.
The ZERO 2 balances the high levels of efficiency necessary for soaring and thermalling flights, with the speed, agility and roll authority required for dynamic handling, diving turns and fun descents. We have enjoyed flying this wing in a wide range of conditions, from coring thermals with larger standard paragliders on light days, to soaring in moderate to strong winds and carving down the mountain after a hike-up. Please note that we do not recommend flying any highly-loaded wing in accelerated configurations in turbulent or strong conditions, especially when near to the ground.
*The Zero 2 has a solid color bottom surface. The bottom surface color is the same as Zone 2 on the wing. This means that the middle stripe on the top surface will be the same color as the bottom surface.
The mission of the Fazer series is to offer the most versatile speed wing possible with performance and ease of use for both foot launch and ski launch flying. The Fazer 3’s quick and precise launch characteristics are ideal for summer foot launching. The redesigned trimmer system offers a new mode of steep flight with reduced efficiency and increased stability for winter speed-riding.
This widening of the flight range has been an ongoing effort. Finding a balance that ensures relatively easy foot launch behavior and at the same time the ability to stick to steep terrain in winter speed-riding is not easy, but we think you will agree that the Fazer 3 covers the bases. At average wingloadings foot launching is attainable even for intermediate level pilots, and with trimmers released the wing’s glide performance is reduced to the point that carving terrain on skis or slowing the wing down for fully-unweighted ski turns becomes manageable. Thanks to its low aspect ratio and reduced sail weight, the Fazer 3 stays stable overhead and tracks with the skier effortlessly when weight is transferred away from the wing to the slope.
While the available trim adjustment is significant, there is also plenty of glide range available using brakes only. This extended brake range is useful in situations where sink rate must be reduced, for instance when dynamic soaring in wind. The range is progressive and gives plenty of warning before stall.
Our mission for the Fazer 3 launch was to maintain the ease of use that the Fazer series has become known for. Like its predecessor, the wing snaps up immediately and symmetrically. The profile is reinforced at every cell, ensuring an open leading edge for quick inflation. With no tendency to overshoot, the Fazer 3 settles overhead and is ready for cliff launches, steep ski lines, or a running start. You can tailor the launch behavior to your needs by adjusting the trimmers to taste.
The Fazer 3 is more dynamic. Roll behavior has been increased slightly, but remains very manageable. Overall, the compact feeling of the F2 remains, but barrel rolls are quicker and the wing continues through the roll with less input needed. We maintained focus on a balanced internal pressure and solid span-wise tension, retaining a very coordinated feel in the air with absolutely zero “wobble” or “accordion” movement. This stability makes for an extremely precise, smooth, and confidence-inspiring ride for pilots who are shaving terrain. Speed flying is a game of inches for many pilots and the precision of the Fazer series remains unmatched, in our experience. We worked very hard to eliminate all parasitic sail movement and the handling of the Fazer 3 can only be described as precise, and exact.
Barrel rolls, steep banking turns, and 360s: The Fazer 3’s sink rate in the turn can be adjusted and fine-tuned. If you want a snappy barrel roll with little altitude loss, it’s possible with the proper input. If you want a more diving turn for 100m descent in a couple of seconds, the leading edge is easy to point at the ground. Flatter turns for dynamic soaring are also possible. Thanks to the extensive brake range, the Fazer 3 is a flexible tool in your hands The recovery arc is progressive and easy to predict, making it easy to gauge and control altitude loss in the turn.
She swoops. We maintained the swoopable design and flare power of the Fazer 2, but improved speed in the dive. Transitioning out of the dive on brakes is highly effective and the large amount of energy retention in the wing makes it easy to shave off the altitude in tiny increments during your final turn. Risers can also be used, but gentle paragliding-style inputs are needed. The Fazer 3 is not a parachute.
The Fazer 3 is ideal for experienced speed flying pilots when heavily loaded, but is still very suitable for newer pilots at lighter wingloadings. Choose your size carefully with the advice of your OZONE dealer or instructor, and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We hope you enjoy flying this latest addition to the Fazer series as much as we have enjoyed developing and testing it, and we look forward to hearing your feedback.
The Firefly 3 builds on the legacy of the Firefly series, which was founded on a simple principle: A high performance profile in an extremely stable speed wing planform. The original Firefly contained an HPP profile that was tuned to work with the low aspect ratio hybrid speed wing planform. The FF3 continues this trend of high stability and good glide performance for its size and aspect ratio.
The FF3 improvements have improved all factors, with an emphasis on launch, handling, and stability. Like its predecessor, the FF3 launches easily with its behavior here being improved by a lighter sail – we have changed the N30D to the light yet durable N20D for the bottom surface, which aids not only the launch but also reduces sail inertia in flight for a crisper and more agile feel in the air. In high winds, the wing still has no tendency to overshoot, and is very easy to control and ground-handle.
Further improvements have been made to the riser system by reconfiguring the trimmer position, allowing easier manipulation of trim with brakes in-hand.
At the request of pilots, we have added a new larger size. The 18m FF3’s weight range maxes out at 120kg, for the big guys (or gals) out there. At higher wingloadings, roll stability is excellent and the flare power remains impressive.
New cell openings have allowed for increased internal pressure at accelerated speeds, which aids in collapse resistance and improves handling. A new leading edge reinforcement has reduced wear and tear at this crucial part of the sail, without compromising leading edge shape at all AoAs.
Finally, a new arc at the tip has led to improved roll behaviour, a critical topic for speed flying pilots. When carving near terrain, predictable and progressive roll behaviour is important, and the FF3’s progressive feel is consistent across the weight range.
In the history of this wing series, the FF3’s advanced profile has proven to be ideal for high pitch stability and excellent performance in the class, and the low aspect ratio and thick chord adds protection for passive safety and stability. It remains an excellent choice for pilots who want to experience the thrill of mini-wing piloting without the sacrifice in stability that is inherent in higher aspect ratio designs which are common in the mini-wing category.
Part of the FF3 performance is thanks to an advanced, reduced-drag line-plan. This could be considered a “free” performance gain, which has come at no cost in stability.
At OZONE, our main priority for mini-wings and speed-wings is safety. Higher wingloading does not automatically means higher stability, and we have taken great care to produce a smaller wing that, while fun to fly, still retains a level of passive safety that is suitable for paraglider pilots with beginner-intermediate skill levels, and higher.
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Top Surface Cloth: Dominico 30D MF Bottom Surface Cloth: Dominico N20D MF internal Ribs: Dominico 30D MF Upper Lines: Liros DSL serie Mid Lines: Liros DSL serie Lower Lines: Edelrid 6843 serie
The Rapi-Dos is our highest performance speed wing designed for pilots who seek the ultimate in speed and swoop performance. It has the widest glide performance range of any wing we have ever flown, and handles incredibly steep angles as well as it does flatter-trimmed flight for transporting to different sections of your line, or accessing a distant LZ.
The Rapi-Dos employs a new profile which delivers enhanced stability at low angles of attack. This has allowed an expanded trim range for steep lines and high speed flight. Handling and responsiveness are improved throughout the glide range, thanks to new wingtip shaping and trim. The super low-drag line-plan of the original Rapido has been improved, pushing the top speed and overall efficiency higher. The trim system has been completely upgraded, with expanded range and easier adjustment with brakes in hand. At flat trim, the Rapi-Dos has excellent behavior for foot-launching, with early lift and a direct feel in the first part of the brake range.
The Rapi-Dos is, like its predecessor, is designed for speed riding pilots who already have at least one full season flying a highly loaded lower aspect ratio design, such as the Fazer series. Most of the Rapi-Dos’ features are designed to expand the horizons of an advanced pilot, including its stability in steeper lines, and Its swoop performance.
With sizes from 8m to 15m, we have you covered. The new 15m size is more accessible to a wider range of pilots, and also increases the range of soarable conditions with a speed wing.
Yes it’s faster. It’s the fastest. The Rapi-Dos 9m feels like the original Rapido 6! For me this means that the steeper lines are faster, but I still can trim it out and get further. The launches have been great, and the swoop potential is even bigger. So stoked. -Jamie Lee
The original Rapido was a huge performer and is still an awesome wing compared to anything else out there, but the Rapi-Dos takes the sport to a new level. It is faster and more efficient – those are the things you notice first. What takes a little longer to understand is how awesome this wing is in active air, how precise the handling is, and the swoop landings are even better. We worked hard on expanding the trim range and I think we’ve got it to a pretty good place. -Cade Palmer
I have been pretty surprised actually by how real the improvements are. The handling feels more solid and compact and the speed is way up. Jamie and I have been raging pretty hard on it this season and there have been no surprises, except for how much better it really is! -Malachi Templeton