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  1. motorgrill

    tony suit

    THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    black with camo accents, I am 6-2 190 lbs, normal build. great suit and not a lot of use. Don’t jump any more unfortunately, 2 kids! $100.00

    $100.00

    , Minnesota - US

  2. The PIT SPECIAL comes in either a nylon, cot'en felt, or polycotton front. Spandex covers the back and hips. This gives a tighter, no flap fit but still allows a full range of movement. Over the years we have removed the spandex from the grip area on the male pit. This gives a better feel during a block move when cranking is involved and also makes the suit last longer. The entire legs are made of cot'en felt or polycotton. We offer spandex, cot'en felt, or polycotton forearms. Although this is the suit the worlds top team are using, it can still be used for fun jumping if the jumper is average, or lighter than average weight. We suggest spandex forearms for the light weight fun jumpers and for teams ( We also make cot'en felt or polycotton slip-ons to wear on the forearms for larger loads). For the medium weight jumper who prefers a skin tight fit over the loose SWOOP SUIT, regular cot'en felt or polycotton forearms are recommended.
  3. These pants were modeled after the "Spacesuit" legs and are available in 4-ply, polycotton, and in suplex. These pants are also used with the C-Wing jacket for filming Tandems then upon landing one might change tops to jumpmaster AFF or its now possible to buy a top that has padded shoulders to jumpmaster a tandem see "Multi suit".
  4. The main difference between these two freefly suits is that "The Freefly Suit" is typically a multi paneled suit of different colors and fabrics usually polycotton and is suited to the mid weight skydiver. "The Tiefly" suit is a lightweight "cotn' felt" body with usually a cotton arm and leg. this heavy cotton has good drag characteristics with a heavier (Harley-Davidson) type of beat about it and lends its self to tie-die and marbling perfectly. It also comes in many solid colors such as navy, royal, black, white, green, gold, orange, and red. This arrangement of a light body with heavy cotton limbs is our most comfortable slow falling suit, on hot days particularly.
  5. The regular TONY SUIT is made entirely of Polycotton. It comes with upper and lower arm grips, and our famous curly leg grip. Each suit is adjusted to meet the individual skydiver's measurements and needs. The TONY SUIT is tailored for the heavier jumper. We also offer an all acrylic TONY SUIT called the HI-LIFT SUIT. Acrylic, which is a heavier fabric than polycotton, allows us to make the suit smaller without losing the drag. The original suit that tony started making all those years ago but still one of the best. Better suited to jumpers needing to slow down their fall rate.
  6. The Space suit is our latest freefly suit. Designed around the A.D. challenge in Olav Zipser's space games. Where a standard freefly suit tends to make one float during a transition, a smaller lighter suit does not. Its a very nice suit to fly as there is less drag and flapping. If you need lift because you are possibly a bit heavier, this suit might not have enough drag for you, unless of course your partner of equal height and weight is also wearing one. The suit comes with stripes as an option. The fit is a little more snug than our freefly and tie-fly suits. Standard fabric for the SPACE SUIT is 4 ply. A fabric heavier than suplex, but ligther than poly cotton.
  7. admin

    Swoop Suit

    The SWOOP SUIT is our all around model. The body length comes fairly snug, and has a piece of spandex down the middle of the back to allow a snug torso length while still allowing you to touch your toes. There is enough room for extra clothes in the winter. The arms can be made of spandex, cot'en felt or polycotton. The legs are made of cot'en felt or polycotton. They are loose and will be adjusted to fit the jumpers height, weight and fall rate requirements. The front can be made in nylon, cot'en felt, or polycotton. Nylon front gives the fastest fall rate, then the cot'en felt, and the polycotton gives the slowest fall rate of the three.
  8. admin

    Camera Suit

    We offer the CAMERA SUIT with four different types of wings. It is very important that the correct wing type is chosen. TYPE A is a FASTEN WING for pull-out, ripcord, or bottom of container throw-away. TYPE B is a WINGLET for leg strap or belly band throw-away and meets the suit above the lateral band of your rig. The "C"-wing is for flat flying and sit flying. It goes up on the arm like a sit wing and down to the leg strap like an "A" wing. If you want a sit wing on the back of the arm refer to the SIT SPECIAL order form. The front can be either nylon, cot'en felt, or polycotton. The sides can be cot'en felt or polycotton. The front of the wings are made of nylon for lift and the back can be either cot'en felt or polycotton.
  9. admin

    Multi Suit

    The Multi-Suit is a two piece jacket and pants arrangement. It's possible to get one or two pair of pants (Freefly or 4-way), and 5 different jackets. Each jacket is designed around 4-Ways, Big Ways, Camera wings, Sit Fly or Head Down. D.Z. professionals enjoy this suit as they typically have to land and run to the plane changing jackets as they go. Free fly schools can also use just the legs for early head down then just the arms for early sit flying then incorporate the two as the student learns the freeflying positions.
  10. admin

    The Sit Suit

    This suit has dual wings on each arm. Making sit flying very easy. It's the best suit for sit flying if you want to do tight sequential on your skydive. If you are not to light it's great to have cot'en felt legs on this suit for head down or free flying. The only problem is that the fall rate speeds up when you go head down in a SIT SUIT. It's a great suit for free style and board surfing too. A smaller wing is recommended for these two events. Camera people are using the SIT SUIT with baggie legs for all types of camera work.