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Ozone Reo V5 stoke - bring back unhooked!

 
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Hein

Since 08 Mar 2005
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PostSun Jun 16, 19 6:57 am    Ozone Reo V5 stoke - bring back unhooked! Reply with quote

Stoked on a kite that I can unhook and it doesn't back stall. I ordered the large loop for my bars and took off the retention thingy. Super easy to unhook and hook back in. I am running 20M lines on small and medium bars for the small sizes and 23M with longer bar on the 9M.

Finally got to put away my custom pulley bars, '05 5M Fuel and Airush 5.5 Generator and 7.0 Reactor Kites.

Anybody else ever unhook? I can't transition or ride a wave hooked in. It feels so awkward with the kite connected and pulling at my waist.

Can't wait to learn to foil with these awesome kites. Love how they pivot turn with bar pointed at the kite.

Many thanks to Ozone and Dave Tyburski for the setting me up with the Reo V quiver. And also Boarding Bob for suggesting I look at Ozone.

All the best,
Hein

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MasPedos

Since 05 May 2017
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PostSun Jun 16, 19 8:36 am    Ozone Catalyst Reply with quote

Agree,
I first started teaching on Ozone Kite back in 2016. The Catalyst was and is a great kite for learning your chops on as well.

I'm gonna demo the V5 Today at Kanaha.

I remember watching you kite with pully bars and no straps before anybody was doing it.

I asked you why no straps and you gave a me a story about how you had bunions on your feet.

LOL

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blancoh2o

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PostSun Jun 16, 19 12:22 pm     Reply with quote

The Reo is an amazing kite. I describe it as the kite that can do no wrong. ride straight at it on the swell and it just keeps drifting down the line. Downloop it on a wave and it doesn't dive to the water. sheet in all the way and the kite hangs with no backstage. sheet out all the way and the power turns off. I foil with mine and ride a surfboard so I can't comment on how they jump but I have a feeling they will do that well too.
2nd Wind Sports in Hood River will have them in stock soon.

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Hein

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PostSun Jun 16, 19 1:06 pm    Re: Ozone Catalyst Reply with quote

MasPedos wrote:
Agree,
I first started teaching on Ozone Kite back in 2016. The Catalyst was and is a great kite for learning your chops on as well.

I'm gonna demo the V5 Today at Kanaha.

I remember watching you kite with pully bars and no straps before anybody was doing it.

I asked you why no straps and you gave a me a story about how you had bunions on your feet.

LOL


Agree on all points. Except the story about bunions. Never had trouble with my feet - thankfully. Started riding strapless because wake-style and going big was taking it's toll and surf is just more fun unstrapped.

All the best,
Hein

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MasPedos

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PostSun Jun 16, 19 8:28 pm    Yea, I was joking. Reply with quote

You did say that you hurt your ankle or something like that. lol
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Pepi

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PostTue Jun 18, 19 8:49 am     Reply with quote

As the new Ozone dealer for Hood River, we should have the REOs along with Enduros, Alphas, Hyperlinks and Unos at the shop hopefully by or before July 4th week.

So, if any of you are wanting to follow in Hein's footsteps, give us a shout.

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tkaraszewski

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PostTue Jun 18, 19 10:32 am     Reply with quote

Pepi wrote:
As the new Ozone dealer for Hood River, we should have the REOs along with Enduros, Alphas, Hyperlinks and Unos at the shop hopefully by or before July 4th week.

So, if any of you are wanting to follow in Hein's footsteps, give us a shout.


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1surfer

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PostTue Jun 18, 19 1:56 pm    Reo Reply with quote

Love the Reo's. Been using them since V1. Got some V5's and should be in a place to try them in a couple weeks. They are still in the bags. Ohhhh that new kite smell ! I like those kites for all around, snow and waves. If I space out on the water and forget that Im kiting, the Reo does not bite me in the ass for that... Very Happy
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