18 NOV 2015

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OZONE Forza harness for experienced pilots

OZONE’s Forza is a sleek high performance harness designed for experienced cross-country pilots or those looking to begin serious XC flying.  With its seatboardless design it is lightweight and aerodynamic, providing pilots with enhanced handling and comfort in flight.

The Forza’s minimalistic design (lack of straps and obscure adjustments) have considerably reduced the bulk and weight of the harness (5,6 kg pour la taille M).

9 sizes available all with 17cm foam protection and additionnal 7cm back and shoulder protection.

Price : 1395 € – find out more from Ozone

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SOL CXC Pro harness used in world distance record

Brazilian brand, SOL, are proud of their home pilots for new distance record!

Recordmen Marcelo Prieto and Donizete Lemos both flew with the latest harness from Brazilian brand SOL, the CXC-Pro, during their record distance flight on 9th October of 515km this year.  They launched from Brazil’s Tacima, and covered the distance in 11h20 minutes.

Released in the spring 2015 the SOL CXC Pro was developped with the input from several of the country’s distance pilots, working togeether on the performance and comfort aspects of the harness, to create a product destined for long distance flying.

Find out more from the SOL website

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SUP’AIR / News

A “Strike” for SUP’AIR with their new X-Alps harness

After several months of development and extensive testing, SUP’AIR is proud to present their new 2015 XAlps harness to this year’s pilots.

Five pilots, Clément Latour, Gaspard Petiot, Tom de Dorlodot, Erik Rehnfeldt et Gavin McCLurg, will all fly with the new SUIP’AIR Strike XAlps. By using dynema for the straps the harness weighs only 1.2kg and used in conjunction with the Trek X-Alps backpack, both will weighs only 1.540kg in total!

Clément Latour, ROCK THE OUTDOOR’s sponsored pilots will be using the equipment for the race and will no doubt be giving us give us his first impressions soon.

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