The Hunter is aimed at advanced wingsuit pilots who want a high performance suit for BASEjumping, XRW, camerawork and back flying. The Hunter offers a good balance of performance and fun, ideal for those looking to move into wingsuits with a bigger surface area, yet still retaining those agile flight characteristics that make the suit fun to fly. For camera pilots this suit will change the way you see big suit flying. From carving to backflying, this suit has it all.
The hunter came forth from the Ghost3 known for its agility and power. Influences from the Havok and Venom Power have led to a new suit that fits right in the middle of our intermediate and big suit range in size. Almost 1/3rd bigger than the Havok Carve.
The surface area of the Hunter was designed to offer max performance, without the drag of a long tail. With the lower portion of the armwing acting as a tail, creating the needed angle of attack for speed.
The big armwings offer a large surface area, with a tension line between wrist and the leg attachment, meaning the full wing is under control when it comes to movement and steering. Making it a great suit for big suit acrobatics. The suit can be flown with use of the grippers, but also without use of those, it offers smooth flying and trouble free inflation.
For base exits, the ability to tense up the suit to its maximum surface area even prior to inflation also enables it to have fast starts with 100% control.
The Hunter 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 Hunter is also the perfect platform for camera flyers who are looking to expand their range. Be it on belly or back the suit is easy to fly, at lightning fast as well as slower forward speeds.
The Hunter 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 Hunter will be custom made to order, tailored to your measurements. Back fly inlets are standard on Hunter.
We advise a minimum of 200 wingsuit jumps for those interested in flying the Phoenix-Fly Hunter
Photos by: Ash Darby, Wolfgang Lienbacher