OZONE KITES UK
Inspired by nature – Driven by the elements
Ozone is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of Kites and Paragliders, created around a dedicated team of passionate riders and pilots that share the same outstanding passion for nature, exciting sports and progress.
Keeping true to our philosophy of creating products that we love to use, we extend that same passion into every aspect of the brand, working hard to innovate not only the products we create but also in our business practice and manufacturing process.
We are proud of what we do and of who we are. Our core mission is to progress our sport through technological innovation, intensive R&D and sustainable business models.
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The WASP development team have been working hard and optimising and refining 3 new sizes of WASP. The 3m is designed for smaller riders and windier days. The 5 and 6m are designed for lighter winds and heavier riders. With larger front hydrofoil wings the team are now...
It is always a pleasure to watch Oli ride on a windy day. He is a master in these conditions and makes big moves look effortless. In this video he is putting the new 9m Ozone AMP V1 through its paces at his home spot, Goring. https://youtu.be/kj5ZbOHJvNc
The Zephyr is our legendary light wind kite and a very popular model in the UK. It is known for its versatility and massive wind range. The latest iteration has benefited from all the latest OzCAD updates as well as improved constructions. Make sure you grab a demo!...
This autumn has not failed to deliver big storms which have allowed for plenty of high wind kiteboarding. When it is too windy to teach, Jordan heads out to ride for himself. Jordan is riding a 10m Enduro V2 and a 138 Torque V1.
The team from RideUp have just released their first video for this winter season. This time testing out the Hyperlink. Here are some words from them. This video was shot in a day near Serre Chevalier in the Southern French Alps. When snow, sun, and wind come together...
A trip to the west coast of Ireland in early autumn is not something you want to miss out on. The water is not yet cold, but the winter swells and storms have started to roll in. This year the annual British Wavemasters competition was due to be held in Ireland again...