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Found 7 results

  1. Meso

    Vampire Sukhoi 3

    The vampire sukhoi 3 (SU3) has been designed for pilots who want the maximum proximity flying performance combined with high powered glide and speed. The SU-3 is a high performance continuation of the tried and tested vampire series. The wing profile on the SU3 has been optimized to allow maximum glide, while still having the same free range of movement and agility vampire users are used to. Its a suit purpose built for basejumping and proximity flying. The leading edge has been further refined to allow for maximum control, with a new airlocked inlet on all wing surfaces, and a newly designed method for pressurizing the tail deflector. The wingroot has been altered in location to allow for better low drag characteristics and handling, without any changes in the actual size of the overall size of the wing, compared to previous models. A change in the design of the inner ribs in the wing optimizes the wing shape to form the cleanest profile possible. In terms of ease of use, the suit has also seen a change in zipper layout and length, allowing for easier gearup, together with new optional storage pouches on the suit, for the more demanding Alpine jumps. Also see our more specific Alpine model for even more tailored climb and fly solutions. For BASE jumping, the suit is designed for short starts, with great glide, also making it the ideal choice for performance and agility races. It also offers optional added storage space for those more demanding alpine jumps. The smooth leading edge, thin wing profile, and low drag optimization make the suit easy to fly, with a level of agility not before seen in big surface wingsuits. The addition of the exclusive Phoenix-Fly Fins give the suit a real edge for jumps demanding the highest levels of control with steep banking and carving turns. The arm wing and tapered sleeve design allow for a good accessible pull, making it suitable for use with normal BOC deployment. Meaning you can deploy at any speed, angle or dive, with or without a flare. The SU3 is the follow up in the successful Vampire line. The suit features a unique rigid, 3D shaped leading edge, unlike any suit currently on the market. Specially designed booties and fins, formed with a special low drag profile, enhancing maneuverability. The special inlet hole creates an improved lateral stability that allows for sharp carving turns, flying the suit like its on tracks. The suit has a fine tuned balance, optimized for glide and speed. Setting various records as well as winning various BASE races across the globe in both speed and precision, the SU3 is currently the fastest and most agile terrain flying suit on the market, and can be found roaming the forests and mountains near you. Due to the large wing surface area the SU3 is not suitable for low experience pilots. We recommend a MINIMUM of 250 wingsuit jumps before trying the SU3 and experience on intermediate class suits.
  2. Meso

    Rafale

    Phoenix-Fly is proud to announce the Rafale A unique new model, exploring new ground with large surface wingsuit acrobatics. A suit designed with high performance flying for both skydiving and basejumping in mind. Offering users a single platform for short start, high agility, high performance flying in base, but also having the range to play around with acrobatics, ppc, backflying, flocks, flares and XRW in the skydiving environment. Constructed with knowledge gathered from over 10 years of domination in the acrobatic arena. A hybrid suit, stemming from design features derived from the SU II and Strix have created the most agile ‘large surface all rounder’ on the market. The combination of increased surface area, perfect streamline, tight fit around arms/legs/body and aggressive pitch, create a suit with a naturally high speed, but ability to also perform well when flown at lower forward speeds. High internal pressure creates a perfectly inflated and clean airfoil that performs well at any angle. A pre-formed leading edge, as pioneered by Phoenix-Fly, creates the smoothest airflow, and most responsive flying, while still allowing for a clean and trouble free deployment. Custom designed grippers allow for a perfect grasp on the wing, with the wrist at a comfortable angle, to create a merge of body and wingsuit that allows for most feedback and control. Especially in backflying the Rafale will raise eyebrows with its rock solid inflation, and ease of control. Rolling and transitioning like a small wingsuit due to the wing following the movement of its pilot down to the small details, due to the suit fitting the human form like a second skin.
  3. Meso

    Strix

    The Strix 2 is aimed at advanced wingsuit pilots who want a high performance all round suit for skydiving and basejumping. The strix is a hybrid design based on our experience with the vampire range. Offering high agility, but also offering backflying and basic acrobatic flight characteristics. The Strix offers a good balance of performance and fun, ideal for those wanting a wingsuits with a bigger surface area, yet still retaining the flight characteristics that make a suit easy and fun to fly. The surface area of the Strix was designed with speed and performance in mind, while retaining the agility Phoenix-Fly suits are known for. Proven top of its class in high precision flying. On the Strix 2 we added to the inflated cells with an improved airlock system. Like its predecessor, tailwind inflation while backflying remains rigid and without flutter, regardless of angle or speed. We also modified the internal foam leading edge, to form the ultimate knife edge, cutting into the relative wind while providing maximum lift. A 3 degree change in arm wing sweep gives the suit a steeper angle of attack, resulting in a higher flying speed and increased flare capability. An overall increase in flying speed and handling without an increase in surface size. Notable the foam edge does not inhibit deployment or limit access to the BOC in any way. Safety is always top priority. Never letting customer safety take a backseat in our design philosophy. The suit offers smooth flying and trouble free inflation on both belly and back. For base the high performance, as well as smooth and easy starts make the suit an ideal choice for those looking for a big surface all-rounder. The Strix has a lots of range at the high end for when you want to fly fast and flat. Optional air locked back vents together with a carefully balanced suit, ensure excellent back flying performance. The Strix is also the perfect platform for camera flyers and/or XRW pilots who are looking to expand their range. Be it on belly or back the suit is easy to fly, at incredible forward speeds. The Strix is made to the same high standards as all Phoenix-Fly products, utilizing high grade materials and robust double stitching seam construction (as used for canopy manufacturing). Like all suits in the Phoenix-Fly range, The Strix will be custom made to order, tailored to your measurements. It comes standard with chest pocket, backfly inlets and performance foam. Optional are 5/10 base soles and tail, leg and side pockets for (alpine) base and equipment storage during flight. We advise a minimum of 200 wingsuit jumps for those interested in flying the Phoenix-Fly Strix, with transitional experience on intermediate class suits recommended.
  4. Meso

    Magister

    The phoenix-fly magister is a wingsuit designed specifically for both lighter wingsuit pilots, and suitable for formation flying as well as more dynamic acrobatics. It’s gripperless design makes it ideal for more agile forms of flying. In larger flocks the Magister will enable lighter pilots to fly comfortably with others in intermediate sized suits on both belly and back. Featuring a small arm wing profile and the larger legwing sized like the Havok Carve, the Magister provides an increased forward drive, without the added drag a bigger suit usually presents for lighter users. This provided a perfect solution for those who have battled to choose between a Shadow and the Havok Carve. The Magister comes into its own with dynamic aerobatics. Featuring a slightly steeper angle of attack than the Shadow due to the larger leg wing and increase armwing sweep, it generates impressive power to support dynamic flying, and is particularly suited to freefly-inspired acrobatics. We advise a minimum of 35 wingsuit jumps for those interested in flying the Phoenix-Fly Magister.
  5. Meso

    Phantom Edge 2

    The phantom has long been the best all round wingsuit available on the market for both skydiving and base and is designed with formation flying and progressing pilots in mind. The suit has an incredible performance range, easy to fly at any speed in a formation, solo or while doing agile acrobatics. Optimized for safety with the progressing wingsuit pilot in mind. The suit wing surfaces are designed to put the pilot in right angle of attack for maximum performance, meaning minimal effort for maximum results. The suit features dual inflation, meaning it’s also a great choice for backflying and acrobatics. From the day it was released, the Phantom has been creative ‘go to’ suit in everyone’s gearbag. For the new Phantom Edge 2 we refined the armwing with more finetuned aerodynamic wing shape, providing more lift, and giving the suit a distinct edge in performance and agility.We have further changed the zipper length for easier access. The suit has an incredible performance range; and is docile and predictable whilst flying with the formations, making close proximity flying easier. At break off the suit can be trimmed out and offers excellent forward speed with a very flat glide, helping to guarantee you have clear airspace to deploy your canopy, or get maximum distance from the cliff you exit from. The suit comes standard with performance foam, chest pocket and backfly inlets. Optional are 5/10 Base Soles, camera mounting hole, and various stash options for base such as side, bootie and tail pockets. The Phantom Edge 2 is an intermediate wingsuit, suitable for pilots looking to progres onward from their first wingsuit flight. The suit works as an ideal learner and step up to bigger suits, but even moreso, as a platform for formation flying, flocking and entry level wingsuit basejumping. Easy acces pull. High quality construction. The Phantom Edge 2 offers expert performance at entry level ease of flying.
  6. Meso

    Shadow Edge

    The shadow edge wingsuit is extensively used by athletes at the artistic flying wingsuit competitions and it is the premium acrobatic-machine available on the market. The phoenix-fly acro wingsuit was the very first true acrobatic wingsuit available on the market, featuring rear inlets for back flying and rw style leg grips for docking. Our 2015 update from the tried and tested Shadow 2 features refined aerodynamic wing shape and improved inlet design, giving the suit an edge in performance and agility. Today our acrobatic wingsuit offering is the Shadow Edge and it builds on the incredible versatile Phantom 3 platform and lessons learned with the Acro design. Packing all the power of the Phantom 3, the Shadow Edge provides the pilot with optimal agility and manoeuvrability due to straight line wing lines and hands-free flying position. The Shadow Edge allows for very intuitive flying, performing sharp turns, solid carves, rolls, dives and swoops. While directly targeting the acrobatic flying discipline, Shadow 2 also offers limitless opportunities for pilots interested in flocking, freestyle flying and B.A.S.E. The suit is easy to control during exit and flight, and the gripperless armwing design make for an easy pull. The Phoenix-Fly Shadow Edge is rated for all experience levels and suitable for use in first flight courses.
  7. Meso

    Vampire Alpine 3

    The Alpine 3 takes the best from the SU-T and SU3 platforms, be it with the classic front leg zippers for easier unzipping or added performance increase with the PF unique deflector hole and Fins, but specifically tailored for high alpine jumps. It has our unique Ultra/Ultra Light material, creating the lightest big surface suit ever. It has 10 custom storage pockets all over the suit, allowing the transport of large amounts of ropes, clothing and additional climbing gear. The suit has airlocks for max pressurization, and extra large inlets to allow fast pressurization at higher altitudes. The Alpine 3 comes with a custom strap inside the bootie to allow for the use of big climbing shoes, while retaining tight fit and control also when wearing normal footwear. Always providing the user with a tight fitting bootie on exit and during flight without any risk of slip or unwanted movement. The suit also features a thicker rib design, creating more volume, and resulting in less arm fatigue while maintaining its easy pull characteristics. For those wishing less pressure inside the armwing, there are pressure adjustment zippers. The suit features a wider sleeve design, with a thinner leading edge to accommodate for mountaineering clothing, yet retaining the accessible BOC.