This camera suit has been specially developed for belly flying and RW-Big way camerawork. We used the core tailoring patterns of a tight and smoothened RW suit, with similar material selection: Nylon or Taslan 4-ply front and upper arms, tight spandex or loose taslan 4-ply for lower arms.
The power booties are making sure the suit is agile, and it provides sufficient aviation for precision camerawork, such as RW4 big way or even in rotor wind. You can ask the booties with zipper or rubber. The wing size are personally customized, made by Nylon + Taslan 4-ply.
For the wing attachments, you can select between RSL Shakly or carabiner method. The fixing point can be the tight-strap of your rig, or a velcro on your tight called the sandwich method.
A. Small wing
The small wing starts on your wrist part, going symmetric with the sides near the armpits as long as the straps let them reach.
B. Medium wing
It starts from the middle of your lower arms, going symmetric with the sides, looping through the tight straps until the upper third of your thighs. Attaching with an RSL shakly on a D ring.
C. Large wing
Starting from the wrists, going symmetric as well with the sides, looping through the tight straps, ending on the lowest third of your thighs on a D ring.
A looped strap on your hands or thumb is helping you to stretch the wings. It is attached to the upper side of the wings with a swoop cord, inside the suit.
The RSL shaklies and velcro sandwiches are not attached to the thighs by default, because the skydiver has to set the comfortable height for themselves. The attachment can be made by a local rigger very easily.
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