Mar 12, 2012, 5:07 AM
Post #1 of 5
Hi, My new suit arrives tomorrow and I am very eager to jump it!! Its a beautiful Liquidsky, and at the time I ordered it (about 5 months ago, knowing a lot less about freeflying), I asked for a straight cut at the legs. But I notice now more and more that almost everyone is jumping suits with tight legs. Would the leg cut make a big difference for me, still a beginner in freefly? Guess the tight legs give you more speed... I think I can always modify it, but I'd like to make sure the suit is just fine for me now! Thanks for opinions :) Suz
You'll be fine with the straight legs. Usually when you move to a tighter suit, it will have spandex at the joints so that you still have a great range of movement. Tonfly Uno618 or Vertical Suits Raptor for example.
skymama (D 26699)
Mar 12, 2012, 9:53 AM
Post #3 of 5
I don't think it matters. I've been jumping with the same slightly baggy-legged freefly suit for 10 years because I'm too cheap to replace something that's not worn out yet. I don't have any probably jumping with the boys who are bigger than me either, you just have to learn to fly your body.