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  1. We used to get our suits from FreakNSuits but I don't think they are in business any longer. They have templates that we would love to get our hands on. Anyone have any info? Brad Hess GM Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  2. Does anyone know anything about what happened with this company? It seems as though they are no longer in business, but I would very much like to get in touch with the people behind the business. They made some tunnel suits for us in the past and we very much need the templates. Any info is appreciated. Brad Hess GM Vegas Indoor Skydiving Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  3. Thanks guys, I was a little apprehensive about just washing it with them in place, but I'll give it a shot now. Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  4. I searched for an answer but came up empty. The pads inside my G2 have gotten gross and sweaty but are not removable to be washed. Anyone have any ideas on how to clean them thoroughly without damaging the helmet or glue that holds them in place? Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  5. http://www.iflyorlando.com/contact-us Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  6. Shhh! His name must never be spoken out loud! In all seriousness, an extraordinary coach. Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  7. I would recommend the thermal layers/Under Armour because it's probably going to be cold! I was there in early March once and we flew early in the morning, was so cold I could hardly move! That was my experience, hopefully some AZ people can chime in. Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  8. I can't beat it but I can match it: Flyaway Vegas Flyaway Tennessee L-1 Skyventure NH iFly Hollywood iFly SF Bay Skyventure Perris Skyventure AZ Skyventure CO Freefall Extreme New Zealand Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  9. I went to Brazil a couple years ago and did a lot of looking for tunnels down there, even had my Brazilian girlfriend search Portuguese language sites. There is a Skyventure tunnel somewhere, probably near Sao Paulo, that is owned by the military but is rumored to allow the public one day a week or one day a month. I didn't have any luck contacting them. There was supposedly portable tunnel located at a dropzone outside Sao Paulo, but it had moved or was no longer operational by the time I got there. I plan to return to Brazil in December and will be looking in to it again, if I have more luck this time I'll make a post. Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  10. Just had to share, so many laughs. http://www.vimeo.com/11975764 Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  11. Is there currently any record for this? We had a 40 year old man, 6'11" 335lbs fly in the Vegas tunnel last night. Would not have been possible without the enormous flight suit Simon Wade of Skydiving Services made for us, we call it the Goliath and had it made for just such an occasion. Any other experiences of flying super big, super tiny, super old etc...? Brad Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  12. I've flown in 9 different wind tunnels and the AAC is by far the most challenging and most fun tunnel I have been to. In response to the OP, the fun factor alone is worth the per hour price IMO. Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  13. Totem Pole in Las Vegas. Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  14. Paraclete is hands down a better skydiving simulator, but please don't call Flyaway and amuesment park ride. Just because the tunnel is old doesn't mean we don't fly our bodies.... Brad Hess Manager Vegas Indoor Skydiving