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    Crossfire 2

    Fly hard. Land soft. Swoop it. Nail it. Love it. The Crossfire 2 is an elliptical 9-cell on ‘roids—a mid-range hassle-free canopy that’s equally equipped for hauling ass over a swoop pond.
    Equipped with a fully formed nose and complete surface shaping, this canopy’s openings are second to none and her powerful flare will impress. Offering a modern wing with less drag and stress-free controls, the Crossfire 2 is ideal for both the ultimate hard-charging experience and blissful days of soul flying.
    Unparalleled openings, responsive riser inputs and the incredible swoop distance of the Crossfire 2 combine in a wing that’s 100% devoted to the art of having fun.

    By admin, in Main Canopies,

    Javelin Odyssey

    The "Odyssey" will touch you where no other rig can with its new "cut-in" backpad (the lateral straps exit the backpad closer to the center of the main container, instead of at the corners). This feature of the Javelin "Odyssey" allows for the lateral strap to contour around the lower back, keeping the container snug against the jumper. The jumper and Javelin "Odyssey" move as one. High-speed free flyer, competitive formation skydiver, or weekend warrior, the Javelin "Odyssey" stays snugly in place.

    By admin, in Containers,

Latest Reviews

The Tony Suit

This manufacturer really let me down. I had to wait 8 weeks longer than expected to receive my suit and they would not respond to e-mails asking what was happening for 2 weeks. I should have insisted on a refund but they hastily put the suit together since they were late and sent it out. The suit is alright, definitely does not even close to make up for the experience of their customer service.

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I've been jumping a JFX2 119 for about 1 year now. Previously I'd done about 1,200 jumps on a Xaos21 120, prior to that about 1,400 jumps on a Velocity 111. My wing loading is about 2.1

The openings are very smooth, positive and almost always on heading. If it does go off heading, it's usually just after coming out of the D-bag and is easily managed. Once open, it's quite responsive and lots of fun to fly. It has a great glide angle and a bit of rear risers has gotten me back from some very deep spots. I've also been impressed with its ability to cut through turbulence.

The landings are great with a predictable recovery arc, irrespective of whether doing toggle or riser turn final approaches. You have to lean heavily to do harness turns, but that's to be expected of a canopy like this. The flares have plenty of power and I can get excellent, semi-swoop landings in most conditions. Very stable and predictable to land in gusty winds too. My only gripe is that the lower brake lines supplied were waaayyy too long and had to be shortened by about 30cm.

In summary, a predictable, well behaved canopy for an experienced pilot who wants a more power and spice than a Crossfire but doesn't need the aggravation of a swoop canopy.

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PD 9-cell

I'm currently flying a PD 260 at a wing loading of 0.9. I love it. Although I'm a relatively new skydiver, I find that it flies nicely, it's easy to pack and my parachute atleast is in fantastic condition. I have had optimal flare timing and consistently soft openings. 

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After being reading good things about infinity rigs I had finally decided to purchase one,  over UPT, Curv and Peregrine which were the other contending... 

I might be unlucky but since I've got the rig I regretting my choice every single day, I wish I have never bought it!!

Uncomfortable, it doesn't fit me they clearly mistaken something during manufacturing it, or assembling it, the MLW is very short and the hip ring is on my waist, when I tighten the legstraps I have my torso compressed, even having difficulties to breath, the chest strap is over the nipple level, can't even check my RSL while wearing it since it is way back, when sit-fly the shoulder straps lift up over my shoulder about 10cm, the container stays far away from my back about at least 30cm, leg straps seems to be too big, they send me a belly band as trying to fix the issues but it definitely doesn't works.

I was dreaming about my first perfect fitting custom rig, but as soon as arrived it become my worse nightmare.

Customer service is awful, especially once they get the order done they reply like they're annoyed about your requests, and since the local dealer took in charge my case he told me he got the same feeling.

I have an SN model (short and narrow) and since the 23" std risers are too long (i wasn't warned about the possibility of that by them) I ordered new pair shorter, well they mistaken the colors.

I would never recommend to anyone and I'll try to sell it asap to someone who could wear it and I'll buy another brand, most probably UPT.

they probably were better back in the days since the reviews are a bit old... 

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Phantom X

Comfortable I guess. Only other helmet I’ve used was student gear. Used for like 52 jumps never had any issue with the buttons but I’m not surprised others have. I did have the visor fly off while climbing onto the strut. 

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