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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


Bought the ATLAS a while ago because my instructor from the PD Factory team recommended it.It has now 560 jumps on it. Love it. Much more functionality than other products and easy to use menu system. Lost my micro-usb cable and send them an email. Got an answer within minutes and a new cable for free in the mail some days later. 

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Sabre 3

What a great canopy! My experience has been amazing with the Sabre 3 line, I've jumped them almost exclusively from 230-135 sqft with some demos and rental days on s-fires, safires, and sabre 2s. I'm loaded at 1.35 and I feel like this is where the wing starts to wake up, it doesn't have any of the muddy feeling inputs the larger sizes had, the harness feeling starts to develop and you can really get it moving in a dive! 

The Opening: I would say it opens reasonably well, it typically opens pretty quick, 600ft. is probably average. Sometimes, I get crazy off heading openings, I've had the usual 90° off heading with the occasional wild 360°, I don't know if they are body position induced, packing, or a variety of things working together but the wing is controllable so quickly you can just make the appropriate input while checking your surroundings and it will do whatever you tell it. It's also not out of the ordinary to have to manipulate the rears to get the slider all the way down. 

The Performance: In just one word, Versatile! The rears have gotten me back safe and sound from some spots that I KNEW I wasn't making it back from. It's extremely predictable which is confidence inspiring. The brakes have a ton of range and slow flight performance is impressive, it can hang in deep brakes forever without sacrificing controllability or risking a stall. When inducing speed with the fronts it builds speed quickly and can be forced to keep diving if you need a little more before the fronts get too heavy. The rears have a lot of power and made it easy for me to make my first of many rear riser landings! When you transition to toggles there is immense stopping power, you can always get a nice tip toe landing even in no wind conditions.

The Conclusion: I love this thing! I think it has been and continues to be a wonderful platform to learn basic up to high performance skills and maneuvers. I look forward to progressing further and seeing what else this wing has to offer at the next step!

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Brilliant on heading openings, great intermediate level canopy. Transitioned to a pilot rental after aff and loved it. Then had a Safire 2 in my first rig and I didn't liked the openings. So for my next downsize from 0.99WL to 1.16 I have chosen a pilot 150 zp. Best decision for me, as the openings are always on heading and fairly progressive. 150-200 meters of altitude loss until the slider is over your head. I don't even need to watch the canopy opening. I can just hang and immediately watch for traffic while it is inflating. Medium trim gives you a touch of sportiness without stressing you to much if you have to go slow, and long spots are no big deal even in a headwind situation. 

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Dekunu One

I have owned the Dekunu One for approximately 1 month and have got about 15 jumps on it so far. My experience so far has been positive. Prior to buying it, all I could find were negative reviews but I decided to take a gamble and see for myself.

The device provides a huge amount of data to the jumper during all phases of the skydive (Flight to altitude, Freefall, Under Canopy). The information I love is the data displayed on the flight to altitude. It lets me know when the plane is on the jump run and how far from the DZ you are. This information especially useful on those cloudy days and helps confirm what your eyes are seeing when checking the spot.

Under canopy, it gives you the distance to the DZ and direction, ground speed, and your altitude, which could be very beneficial if you find yourself caught in the clouds which can be the difference between making it back to the DZ or landing off.

The only two negatives I have at this point are the battery life and having to switch modes (Belly, Freefly, Hop & Pop). It will probably last one day of jumping if left on from the time of your first jump until the end of the day. I turn it on to get a GPS lock once I arrive at the DZ and then turn it off until about 10 minutes before I board the plane. I made 7 jumps in one day and still had over 50% batter life doing this.

The Dekunu Could also provides a ton of data that can be visually displayed in 3D which is pretty cool.

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G3 Helmet

They run small. Uncomfortable fitting, maybe it is just my head though.

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