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  1. hwjl

    Stiletto 120

    Time Left: 13 days and 17 hours

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    Stiletto 120, about 200 jumps total, like new, no patches or holes and lines still very fresh, one owner. 10500 sek obo ($1265, £895). At Skydive Syd if you would like to try it! Or within Lund/Malmö. Ships within Sweden free, otherwise buyer pays shipping (packed and ready to ship immediately). Jeremy +46 (0) 723071999 [email protected]


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  2. So in my personal opinion, the moment I see I have a line over, or feel the canopy just isn’t as it should be, I would immediately cut it. Perhaps if it was a high pull and felt like the canopy was temporarily stable enough to try this manoeuvre I would try it. But realistically I’m no test jumper, so doubt I would be bold enough to put myself in a potentially more dangerous position. That also being said, I’ve also heard that this manoeuvre could also damage the canopy fabric so perhaps not… Anyway, is there ANY footage of this event or is it just a theoretical idea. I would LOVE to see proof this is possible. Has anyone out here actually done this? What was the outcome? I guess this wouldn’t really work with bow tie line overs.