Re: [davelepka] Have hooded sweatshirts ever caused a malfunction or incident?
In reply to:
In the aftermath of the student falling out of the harness, many stories came out of TIs who had students slip or shift in the harness in the same exact way that allowed the frist student to fall out...
The difference between that, and wearing a hoodie, is that wearing a hoodie that caused a malfunction (or near-mal) doesn't put a civilians life, or an instructors rating, at risk.
Someone dying during a skydive is still someone dying during a skydive. It's a bad thing regardless of whether it's a tandem passenger or an experienced jumper. We shouldn't downplay potential problems just because they only threaten experienced jumpers.
(This post was edited by CarpeDiem3 on Oct 9, 2012, 4:29 PM)
Post edited by CarpeDiem3
() on Oct 9, 2012, 4:29 PM