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Found 9 results

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    Volt

    Slightly tapered airfoil with reliable on heading openings. Great for wingsuiting, with a flat glide and easy landings this canopy is ideal for intermediate pilots and jumpers who want a reliable and easy to fly canopy Soft on heading openings; Light toggle and front riser pressure; Not easy to stall in full flare; Maintains good lift on landing, even at low airspeed; Long flat glide good for coming back from deep spots; Small and easy to pack and made with new microfiber fabric; Very responsive without being radical; Make sure you select the right size canopy for your experience level and weight;
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    Hurricane

    Known for its consistently soft on heading openings; Not prone to spins like most elliptical; Very solid airfoil – stable and predictable; Flatter glide than most other elliptical parachutes in its range, giving it further reach; Known for its long dives on front risers, snappy turns and quick responses, with long flat swoops; Powerful flare without the need of radical turns to generate lift; Small pack volume and easy to pack; Available in sizes: 95, 105, 120, 135, 150, 170; Strung with vectran lines; Custom colours available;
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    Vortex

    The Vortex Sports some unique design features, making it the most comfortable rig to jump. It is so comfortable you can hardly feel it in free fall. The back pad yoke is contoured to the shape of your body for extra comfort. The cut out in the back pad makes the harness fit snuggly. The splayed leg straps add extra comfort when under canopy and the harness is custom made to fit your size and measurements. The 3 stow mouth lock design on the main deployment bag and the balance of the line stows situated inboard from the edge of the bag helps prevent bag spin kill line pilot chute is a standard feature. The dive loops and the spiral flex housings in the rear of the risers also standard. Some of the other features include, the rises are Velcro free; superior pin protection flaps; option of Hacky / Freefly pff or pull; snag free closure loop holders; integrated bridle cover; strong External Spring Pilot chute for instant reserve extraction. Certified under TSO C23 (d); Unique, constantly evolving design features for safety, comfort and visual appeal; Back pad yoke is contoured to the shape of the body; Cut out in the back pad and splayed leg straps add comfort; The 3 stow mouth lock design on the main deployment bag and the balance of the line stows situated inboard from the edge of the bag helps prevent bag spin; The kill line pilot chute is a standard feature; The dive loops and the flex housings in the rear of the risers also standard; Superior pin protection flaps; Option of Hacky / Freefly puff or pull-out; Snag free closure loop holders; Integrated bridle cover; Strong External Spring Pilot chute for instant reserve extraction and especialy for Wingsuiting; True molar bag; Stainless steel #0 long shank grommets; Cypress, Vigil or Mars (M2) ready; Skyhook ready and availible as an Option RSL ready; 4 flap reserve closure; Integrated housing holders above cut away and reserve handle; Wrap around harness construction; Stainless Steel hardware; Option of fully articulated harness, hip ring harness or standard harness; Secure riser covers and magnetic riser covers; Hard release housings; Option of soft, hard or loop style reserve handle
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    Decelerator

    Strong reliable 7 cell reserve parachute. Small packing volume.
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    ZP.Exe

    The ZP.Exe is one of the most consistent, reliable canopies around.
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    Decelerator

    Certified under TSO C 23 (d); Individually hot knife cut using I-beam construction with span wise and chord wise reinforcement; Strong, reliable 7 cell reserve parachute. Small pack volume; Designed to open quick, with minimal altitude loss; Solid, stable airfoil; Always rember to check flair range after opening; Available in a wide range of sizes, suitable to your body weight and experience level; 1000's of saves;
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    Ventus Hybrid

    The Ventus is a hybrid nine cell canopy giving it a lower pack volume, it's slightly elipitical , with a similar airfoil to the Hurricane; It's angle of attack is steeper and has soft on heading openings with a very predictable flight characteristics and an easy and powerful flare; It comes standard with vectran lines; Very good choice for wingsuiting; Very easy and low bulk packing due to hybrid construction; Exhilarating to fly;
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    V-Max

    At the 2007 and 4th World Cup of Canopy Piloting held in Sydney Australia, South Africa's Rob Kruger used a Parachute Systems VMAX Parachute. Parachute Systems congratulate Rob on achieving fantastic points and ranking exceptionally well against some of the worlds best canopy pilots. 27 cell fully cross braced tapered airfoil; Consistently soft on heading openings; Solid dives with excellent swoops; Fantastic for free flyers and videographers; Packs small and easy; Built with new Micro fibre fabric;