Ozone’s Hyperlink V2 bridges the gap between inflatable and foil kites. It’s dynamic and engaging to ride as inflatable, combined with the high-performance characteristics of a foil. With unparalleled stability, lighter weight improved handling and bar feeling the V2 design takes it to the next level. It excels on all surfaces, with our innovative valve design it can be set up for the water, snow and land, as a Closed Cell or Open Cell kite.

The Hyperlink V2 features an all-new material combined with a durable, airtight and lightweight double rip-stop for the upper and lower surfaces. The new material has a unique formulated coating to help shed water, improving flying characteristics and water re-launch. The Hyperlink V2 is durable and strong while being as lightweight as the V1 Ultralight version.
The Hyperlink V2 is a mid aspect ratio design incorporating a minimalist bridle set up, ensuring the kite is user-friendly for those taking the leap from inflatable to foil kites. Our latest bridle calculation enhances load distribution and combined with a new arc improves the overall performance of the Hyperlink V2. The handling is sharper with a refined bar feeling that is closer to the feel of an inflatable kite.

Our new valve design and position with a new internal structure increases inflation efficiency. Newly designed drainage valves at both wing tips seal to keep the air in and open up when water needs to drain out.

The ability to safely self-land a kite on the snow or land is a crucial feature when adventuring the backcountry or high mountain areas. We have completely re-designed the Hyperlink V2 internal structure and inflate valves to incorporate our industry-leading Internal Re-Ride Release System – the same system featured on our dedicated Snowkites.

A true multipurpose foil kite with a new feeling of freedom, the Hyperlink V2 covers almost every aspect of Kiting. Freeride, hydrofoil, boost and float, air style or unhooked, backcountry snow missions, you name it, and it delivers!

Thu 6th Jun, 2019 @ 3:00 pm

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