Ozone Flow


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Sitting between the Fly (entry level to intermediate freeride / wave riding) and the Flux (high end, full speed performance freeride), the Flow is a brand new wing to the line-up.

- Do-it-all freeride wing
- Rigid carbon handles 
- New longer front handle for one handed control 
- Ideal for wave riding with compact span 
- Speed and lift for jumping
- New semi-rigid depower/surf handle for excellent control when flagged out
- Lightweight handling
- Strong build quality

Although it replaces the WASP in the range, the Flow is an entirely different concept, based on the handling advantages programmed in the Flux's DNA. As with the Flux, the latest OzCAD technology has been used to fine tune the Flow's sail tension, resulting in super-adaptable, do-it-all performance, whatever the conditions.

Offering the ultra-smooth feel of the Flux, the Flow's more compact span, extra low end power, longer front carbon handle and lightweight handling feel all combine to make this a wing that will help any wingfoiler rapidly improve their riding level.  



Our aim was to make a wing with a greater sense of control to help riders accelerate their riding progression. From tacking and gybing to jumping or wave riding, the Flow is designed to smoothly deliver perfectly tuned handling.


When it comes to improving the fluidity and ease of your riding, the extended front carbon handle offers the advantages of a boom, such as being able to easily adjust your hand placement, to flying the wing one handed - which is great for short wave rides. 

There's no boom to remove at the end of a session either. Unlike a wing with a boom, the Flow can also be packed-up nice and small. 


Front handle
The Flow is a fully featured design and also includes harness line attachments for when you’re ready to ride faster, harder and for longer, with less arm fatigue in stronger conditions. 


Gregorio Enjoying the Flow


The Flow has a responsive, lightweight and easy feel. Delivering both progressive power with good low end torque to get you up on foil, it also has range to handle stronger winds and speed without losing control. Highly manoeuvrable and yet incredibly stable overhead, tacks and gybes are made easy when passing the wing from hand to hand, giving you time to relax and complete the manoeuvre. 


The extended front handle allows for balanced, one-handed steering, opening up all sorts of expressive carving manoeuvres in flat water, or for when you need to give your back arm a rest.

Instead of riding with a locked-in two-handed position, you can maintain power and control while holding the wing out to the side in one hand, offering a very fluid and free feeling.

Once you start riding in waves of any size, you can lose power in the wing more quickly when the swell rides are short... 

Gregorio Wing Foiling in Ponta preta

If your primary aim is riding waves and swells, whatever the size and quality, the Flow is for you. The span and aspect-ratio are perfectly tuned to help prevent wing tip touchdowns and to provide a beautiful centre of power when riding one handed. 

The extended front handle is also particularly good for wave riding where you might quickly want to switch between powered up sailing and drifting. In small wave conditions, or in cross-onshore wind swell, it’s not always worth the big movement to grab the surf handle. The Flow’s longer front handle allows you instead to find a balance point to steer the wing one handed and still benefit from having a little pull from the wing. 

Front Handle


A new, semi-rigid surf handle gives you even more control and prevents the wing inverting. In good waves there’s nothing like ripping back and forth with a beautifully balanced wing drifting obediently behind you. 


The Flow's compact design, tight sail, on-tap power, rigid handles, excellent manoeuvrability and impressive boost capabilities make it a great choice for freestylers. It’s fast for spinning and is excellent if you want to get inverted as the sail behaves well when going from positive to negative loads. No matter if you are just starting to get air or a seasoned freestyler; the Flow ticks all the boxes.



We’ve used the reliable and rugged Teijin dacron on the leading edge and struts to provide excellent resistance to flex and abrasion. The canopy is made from Teijin’s proven 55g triple ripstop because this is a wing designed for constant action.

As with all our products we were able to save weight but still ensure integrated strength is built in throughout. The Flow is made with great care by the hands of our expert team of sewers in our manufacturing facility.

Using our custom OzCAD design software developed in-house, every stitch and square inch of material placement is carefully calculated and results in a super clean finish and well tensioned sail.  
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