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Friday Freakout: Sketchy Cutaway Fly-By

Friday Freakout: Sketchy Cutaway Fly-By

Horizontal separation at break off is usually a good thing to avoid canopy collisions, or when your buddy chops and flies past you in freefall. Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Dirty Low AAD Fire & Tree Landing

Friday Freakout: Dirty Low AAD Fire & Tree Landing

Whooooaaaa Nelly. This is intense! Ben chops a tension knot, doesn’t have an RSL, and can’t find his reserve handle. Luckily his AAD gets his reserve out just in time to save him from the earth… AND he lands without injury despite landing in a tree. WHEW. When it doubt, whip it out. Glad you’re... Watch Video »
Just Say No To Pink Parachutes... With A Hook Knife

Just Say No To Pink Parachutes... With A Hook Knif...

According to Team HEAT, tough guys don’t jump pink. Period. Here’s how Deane Smith of Team Heat feels about pink canopies. WARNING: A pink canopy was severely harmed in the making of this film. Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Parachute Cutaway........... Eventually! WTF?!

Friday Freakout: Parachute Cutaway........... Even...

Seems like Johnny Strange was a bit quick on his emergency procedures (wink, wink). What was he waiting for… the ground??! Check out his epic fight against some pretty daunting line twists — although this still doesn’t beat Brian Germain’s 80 seconds of line twists. Nice work on a valiant effort and a safe chop!... Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: The Longest Malfunction In Skydiving History

Friday Freakout: The Longest Malfunction In Skydiv...

This has to be one of the longest parachute malfunctions I’ve ever seen. In fact, I made a sandwich halfway through it. Long story short, Niklas Daniel of AXIS Flight School intended to do a high altitude hop and pop to work on some canopy flocking, but got an interesting malfunction instead. Sure, a hook... Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: AFF Instructor Low Pull + Malfunction

Friday Freakout: AFF Instructor Low Pull + Malfunc...

Although this AFF instructor-in-training seems a little nervous, there’s no reason he should’ve dumped this low. Line twists below 2,000 feet are a pain in the ass, but then chopping that low and having to deal with more line twists on your reserve really sucks! On the bright side, at least his main wasn’t too... Watch Video »
Cameraman Cut-Away With Skyhook

Cameraman Cut-Away With Skyhook

After trying to clear tension knots on his JVX 86 and losing nearly 2,000 feet in altitude, this cameraman chops his main and – thanks to his Skyhook – has his reserve deployed in a split-second. Do you use a standard RSL, Skyhook or nothing at all… and why (or why not)? Watch Video »