Time Left: 6 days and 20 hours
Immaculate v2 with all the options -padding - sewn in laterals - skyhook - magnetic riser covers great condition 400jumps. Comes with 1999 pd126 container is a 135evs fits a 120-135 easy bigger and smaller is possible but not ideal. sized for 180 pound 6ft tall male pm for more pics
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Time Left: 13 days and 7 hours
Great condition post recall rig, only a couple of hundred jumps on it, very clean. Has skyhook and all the options. I paid over $3200 new. Sized for a 6ft person 83kg and ideal canopy of 135sqft. Can probably squeeze a 150 in it but the biggest I have had is a 145. This would mostly suit someone after a modern affordable rig that looks sharp but doesn't want to pay crazy prizes for a vector or javelin. Message for more photos. I have a PD 126 that is in this at the moment. Can be included
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Does anyone own this helmet? What do you think? In what way is it better than a good ski helmet? As far as i can see the main disadvantage of a ski helmet is the fact its a little bit bulky, when skydiving helmets are generally low profile and streamlined. Otherwise they are pretty great multi purpose protection. I travel and hate carrying three helmets! I want something i can use comfortably for skydiving, paragliding, skiying and potentialy some base. The tonfly looks great, but the price is hard to justify.
Morg replied to Morg's topic in Events & Places to JumpOh yes sorry if this is in the wrong section. Also i have done a search and didn't find any recent discussion on this topic. To add to my post we are very serious about doing this, we have chosen to slog it out for 3 months in a gold mine and earn some coin, primarily so we can spend the following 3 months doing nothing but jumping, scuba diving and paragliding! Also im a freelance film maker and competent editor etc... Not sure if these skills could come in handy at a drop zone?