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Friday Freakout: Cutaway At 1,000 ft + Reserve Line Twists. Balls!

Friday Freakout: Cutaway At 1,000 ft + Reserve Lin...

Having a low cutaway around 1,000 feet is never fun, neither is having 6 solid line twists on your reserve. Good thing he had a Skyhook and could clear those line twists by 500ft. Which would you prefer: get stable before deploying your reserve or line twists on an open/flying reserve? Watch Video »
Intentional Cutaways. Many, Many Cutaways

Intentional Cutaways. Many, Many Cutaways

Cutaways are a strange thing… we don’t want to have them, but we also want to know all about them so we feel prepared if and when we ever have one. One way to prepare is to do an intentional cutaway on a system with a tertiary reserve like the one in this video, which... Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Skyhook Cutaway Saves Skydiver

Friday Freakout: Skyhook Cutaway Saves Skydiver

Having a collision in freefall after a cutaway is a really bad problem to have. Luckily for Brett Newman his Skyhook worked as advertised and saved his ass from a nasty collision after a cutaway… by only a few feet. Timing is everything, and the Skyhook delivered as promised. In case you didn’t realize just... 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 »