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The Zulu is a fully elliptical, non cross-braced canopy. Quite a bit faster and more aggressive than our Pilot, but very well mannered.. Great openings, very fast turns, powerful bottom end flare..

Added: 2014-03-20 | Last Modified: 2017-03-01 | Views: 5700 | Item ID: 931

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Just over 100 jumps. I like it more each time. 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: DrRead, 2015-08-17

Downsized from a Pilot 150 (1.23WL) to a Zulu 132 (1.4WL). It has some similar characteristics to the Pilot but still quite a different beast. Very snappy. I find the recovery arc is fairly quick. Responsive toggle inputs. I like how quick and on-heading the openings are. I have about 30 wingsuit jumps on it and have only had 2-3 off heading openings. I wouldn't load it much more than 1.4 in a Wingsuit. There are no surprises with this canopy, I feel as though it does exactly what I ask of it.

Demoed it, then bought one 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: skypilotA1, 2015-01-30

I own 2 Pilots and a Stilleto. After demoing a Zulu over the weekend. I compared same sizes. The Zulu just does everything a little better than the Pilot. Very pleased. Great canopy.


Demo... then purchased! 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: Melissa126, 2014-07-15

Aerodyne visited my drop zone, and I had a chance to demo the new Zulu all weekend! I have previously only jumped Pilots (124 and 132) loaded around 1.4... After jumping it all weekend (on both aff jumps and video jumps) I instantly put in my order, it's exactly what I was looking for. Great consistent openings (even when I packed it, and even when I pitched shortly after a track). The toggle pressure felt the same as the pilot to me, but where I really noticed the difference was harness input. Much more sensitive to harness input, and much more responsive to riser turns. (fyi: I don't swoop, nothing high performance). It got me back from looooong spots just as my pilot has and the flare felt much more powerful than the pilot. It has a new line type (ZLX) which I don't know much about but it was explained to me that they aren't supposed to stretch and should last longer. Just my 2 cents from your average canopy pilot and loves the new Zulu :)

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