Ozone Fusion Double Surface Wind Wing

January 17, 2024

Ozone Fusion Double Surface Wind Wing

 

Ozone have extended the size range of the Fusion Wing - Size range now is 2.4m, 3.0m, 3.6m, 4.3m, 5.0m, 5.7m, 6.5m, 7.3m

The Fusion brings a new realm of wingfoiling… opening up new freedom to ride smaller foils as it naturally delivers far higher flying speeds to solid riders, also allowing them to rip along at previously impossible angles up and downwind. Not to mention the dynamic jump and flight potential.

 

We hope you are as excited to read about it as the team were to develop it, because this full double surface design with ram-air technology is an industry first! As you’ll see below, we expect it to shake the industry awake when people see there’s now a new realm of performance on offer for solid riders!

 

This is a new era of performance and we expect to see the Fusion in your demo kit and being talked about on your beach. Become one of the first movers to have one and enjoy the energy of this new direction.

 





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