Gyárilag banános rendszerrel irányítható 4 zsínoros kite. Kifejezetten Buggy versenyzoknek tervezték, a nagyobb méretekkel gyenge szélben is hatalmas sebességet lehet elérni.

The Yakuza has been developed over the past 3 years with what has to be one of the most diverse and technically minded teams within the kite industry. Our team of committed buggy riders comprise of the best in the world including World Champion Bjorn Krautsnick DE, Michel Dekker NL, Graham Steele UK and Dominik Zimmerman DE. Our design team worked closely with this dedicated group of buggy racers to improve on the previous Ozone race kite, the Razor.

The Yakuza has already proven itself on the race circuit with Graham Steele, UK taking the British Championships in 2005, Michel Dekker the Dutch Champion in 2005 and our German team of Dominik and Bjorn currently in 1 st and 2 nd place in the hotly contested 2005 German championships.

The design process on a high aspect kite like the Yakuza is a very involved process, a race kite must be able to work in an amazing variety of conditions, upwind or downwind and be able to go as fast as possible yet still have low-end grunt. Our committed design team refused to stop prototyping until they had found the perfect design balance to make the Yakuza a truly extraordinary design.

The Yakuza is the result of 3 years of constant design, the results speak for themselves. If you want to be the fastest in your buggy or feel the need to have the most powerful kite possible in your quiver then the Yakuza is the kite for you


QUALITY:: Because it counts

Quality is a word that gets used a lot in the kite industry. At Ozone, we don't take this word lightly; when we use, we mean it. We are proud of our design and manufacturing and think it's second to none. We're proud of our design and manufacturing and believe they set a precedent for the rest of the industry.

Quality begins with design : at Ozone, a quality design results in a kite that handles as well as possible, combined with the highest level of performance and safety.

Choosing materials : this is a simple issue, when we choose materials, we base our decision solely upon the fact that the materials we use are the best available for the job. The Yakuze is manufactured using high tenacity Toray rip-stop nylon.

Kite production : all Ozone kites are manufactured in our own facility. We have total control over every aspect of the manufacturing process, and each kite is fully inflated and inspected to certified paragliding standards before leaving our DHV-approved factory

Product testing : The Yakuza has undergone thousands of hours of development, from CAD design through to riding in extremes, at -40 0 C in Norway to the baking heat and sand blasts of Chile.

Flying Lines:

Tested to 180/110kg, Ozone's heat-treated Edelrid Dyneema SK75 lines ensure stretch resistance, a high thermal tolerance and durability for all kites. Lines are cut, pre-stretched, sleeved and stitched to ensure 100% accuracy. The lines are final load tested to 60% of their breaking strain to "lock" the line and as a final production check.

Bridle Lines

Our aim when designing the bridle lines is to use the least amount of line possible, to minimise parasitic drag through the air, resulting in a more performant kite. Kite design has advanced to the point where the accuracy and diameter of the line lengths is vitally important. To achieve this accuracy, we use the highest quality Dyneema lines which are stitch finished for extra strength and less drag.

The 'kook-proof' colour-coded and labeled line connection system makes set-up safer and completely stress-free for riders new to kiting.



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