SUIT RIGGING

How to attach your Phoenix-Fly wingsuit to your Skydiving and/or BASE rig:

Step 1
With your rig inverted on the floor, put the wingsuit on top with all over the shoulder (rigging) zippers fully opened and the leg straps inside your suit.

Step 2
Connect the back zipper and close it on both sides, all the way up to the rig laterals.

Step 3
Connect the front zipper (Skydive setup), and adjust up/down to create a good placement for the MLW to pass through on both sides.

Attach both zippers by looping through the connective string.



TRACKING SUITS

Our 2 Piece and Single Piece tracksuits use our custom fastening setup, to make sure the booties don’t shift on the body, providing maximum control and precision in flight.

For a good, snug fit use the adjustable  strap to link the bootie to/around your shoe, and then for practical use during gear-up, open/close the suit using the attached quick-connect buckle.

Note: The sleeves on your tracksuit will appear oversized when fitting on the ground.
To allow for inflation, and full reach of risers the length of the sleeve exceeds the length of your arm. This is a deliberate product feature, and not a sizing issue.

REPAIRS

For repairs on your wingsuit, please contact edo@phoenix-fly.com to inform us of the repair.

Make sure you clearly mark the package ‘repair’, and also try and make sure the suit you send us is clean. For the people working on your suit, its not a pleasure to be smelling the last 400 jumps you made in the suit, so do try try and give it a wash if possible.

 

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WASHING

Wingsuits, like any clothing item you wear, can and should be washed to prevent sweat and dirt accumulating over time.

It’s recommended to rinse your suit under the shower for a light cleanse, or (inserting the suit in a laundry bag or pillow casing) machine washing it, setting the machine to cold / hand-wash with no (or very mild) laundry detergent.

Do not spin-dry or use heat at any stage of the process, and avoid drying the suit in direct sunlight.
As the cells and foam in the suit can collect a lot of water, its recommended to support the suit with 2 hands once removing it from the shower or washing machine.