Materials vs. Zeolite:
- Internal structure changed from 27g to 40g
- Leading edge changed from 27g to 36g (N20D)
- Fewer rib crossport cuts
- Risers: 12mm cousin
The Zeolite is the lightest wing ever raced in the X-Alps and is the lightest high performance wing ever built, thanks to an incredibly complex internal structure and a careful blend of materials. The design is so weight-optimized that even using more durable 40g/38g materials on the ribs and top surface, it is still one of the lightest high performance wings ever.
In the more durable and affordable GT version, the Zeolite is interesting for pilots who are planning to make the transition from a 3-Line to 2-Line wings.
Zeolite GT: Next Generation 2-Line Technology
Forget everything you think you know about the compromises in 2-Line paraglider designs! The Zeolite GT is easy to launch, easy to land in small/restricted LZs, and has the most comfortable B-handle control we have experienced, and handling that is incredibly agile and precise in the core.
This is a new breed of 2-Line design, offering competition level performance in an extremely light and compact package (3.5 kg) with an aspect ratio of 6.7.
Performance and Tech:
The modified Zeno profile provides high stability throughout the speed range, excellent chordwise cohesion in turbulent conditions, and is forgiving at high angle of attack. The Zeolite series has the lowest line consumption and lowest line drag of any wing Ozone has ever produced, making its performance similar to the Zeno/Z-Alps. Excellent sail cohesion and true 2-line B Riser control means superb climbing characteristics and high efficiency on turbulent glides.