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The Jomo 2 is a safe, fun, and easy wing ideal for the newly qualified, intermediate XC pilots, and even experts seeking a highly dependable lightweight wing for all types of flying. It is ideal for stress-free hike and fly adventures

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Ozone Jomo 2: New Technology

  • Several key features from the Ozone Performance Project
  • The X-Alps missions have been added to the proven Mojo 6 platform.
  • Line drag is 28% less compared to the Jomo.
  • The leading edge benefits from double 3D shaping
  • An innovative new intake shape to reduce vibrations and sail flutter.

The Jomo 2 is a safe, fun, and easy wing ideal for the newly qualified, intermediate XC pilots, and even experts seeking a highly dependable lightweight wing for all types of flying. It is ideal for stress-free hike and fly adventures

The Jomo is a lightweight version of the Mojo 5.

  • First and foremost it is a safe, fun, and easy highperformance wing suitable for training and ideal for the newly qualified pilot or the more experienced
  • Pilots looking for a wing with a reduced weight and packing volume. With the highest levels of passive
  • Safety it is perfect for travel, long walk ups and serious vol biv XC adventures.

Ozone’s research into light-wing construction began back in 2001 with the introduction of the Peak.

Development continued with Ozone wings appearing in every X-Alps race since the first in 2003. The Jomo incorporates all of the know-how and experience gained in the last 13 years of lightweight R&D. The Jomo is aerodynamically very clean. The reduced sail drag, optimized line layout, reduction in overall line length, and newly-shaped cell openings all push the Jomo’s performance to the top of the category without compromising safety. This balance of performance and safety is an important consider ation for any new pilot, and the Jomo combines EN A certification with the solidity, agility, sink rate, and glide performance that is necessary for long XC flights in real conditions. Launching is a critical part of each and every flight, and we have paid particular attention to the ground handling characteristics to make the process less stressful, easier, and safer. Setting up is easy; the risers are simple and uncluttered. On the ground the Jomo is responsive to pilot inputs without being too much of a handful. It inflates smoothly - without overshooting or hanging back - even in zero wind conditions. In stronger winds it inflates progressively with less tendency to “shoot up” and pull the pilot off their feet.

Due to the new planform and sail tension, the Jomo has a very compact feel in the air, absorbing turbulence and transmitting information in a cohesive, understandable, and confidence-inspiring manner. Brake pressure and brake precision have been refined for improved handling - turns are easy to initiate, and the wing maintains bank angles whilst thermalling with minimal input. This precision, along with the deeper overall brake range and higher resistance to stall or spin make the Jomo a super-fun yet forgiving wing to fly. 


Your wing is supplied with a specially designed bag that is light in weight and comfortable. It features a padded hip belt, adjustable ergonomic shoulder straps and extra pockets to store keys, accessories and all those extra bits. Its large volume allows you to store all of your equipment whilst distributing the weight for comfortable hiking.

Brake Lines

  • The brake line lengths have been set carefully during testing. We feel it is better to have slightly long brake lines and to fly with a wrap (one turn of line around the hand). However, if you do choose to adjust their length please keep in mind the following:  Ensure both main brake lines are of equal length.
  • If a brake handle has been removed, check that its line is routed through the pulley when it is replaced.
  • When the brakes are fully released in flight, the brake lines should be slack. There must be a substantial bow in them to guarantee no deformation of the trailing edge when accelerated.
  • There must be a minimum of 10cm of free play before the brakes begin to deform the trailing edge. This prevents the trailing edge from being deformed when using the speed system.


The Jomo has been designed with 3 risers per side. The A riser is covered with coloured webbing, to allow for easy identification. The A risers are split into two, the smaller riser - holding only the outermost A line - is the ‘Baby A’ and has been designed this way to make applying big ears simple. Dyneema Link Lite connectors replace the metal maillons, they are tested to over 500kg and save approximately 200gr compared to standard maillons. The risers do not feature trimmers.

Total Weight in flight

Each Ozone glider has been certified for a defined weight range. We strongly recommend that you respect these weight ranges. If you are between sizes the following information may help you make a decision as to which size to buy: If you want better speed, precise handling or if you generally fly in mountains and/or in strong conditions, you should chose to fly in the top part of the weight range. If you want a better sink rate, or if you generally fly in flat lands and/or in weak conditions, you may choose to fly nearer the bottom part of the weight range. Remember, you can always add ballast for when conditions are stronger.


  • The Jomo may be tow-launched. It is the pilot’s responsibility to use suitable harness attachments and release mechanisms and to ensure that they are correctly trained on the equipment and system employed. All tow pilots should be qualified to tow, use a qualified tow operator with proper, certified equipment, and make sure all towing regulations are observed. When towing you must be certain that the paraglider is completely over your head before you start. In each case the maximum tow force needs to correspond to the body weight of the pilot.


  • The Jomo has been designed as a solo intermediate XC wing and is not intended for tandem flights or aerobatic manoeuvres.
  • A specific standard of certification for aerobatic flying has not been set up yet, Ozone wings although designed to the highest specifications are not certified for this type of flying. Aerobatic manoeuvres such as wingovers are very difficult and complex to perform correctly and put  abnormal stresses on the glider and can lead to loss of control. Ozone strongly recommends to not undertake this style of flying.



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