Tracking

SUMO 2
0+ Jumps
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SAUSAGE
0+ Jumps
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Student

Sprint
SPRINT
0+ Jumps
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Beginner & Intermediate

GÜS
5+ Jumps
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SWIFT 3
10+ Jumps
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FUNK 3
70+ Jumps
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ATC
80+ Jumps
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Advanced

FREAK 2
175+ Jumps
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COLUGO 3
175+ Jumps
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C-RACE
200+ Jumps
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CR+
200+ Jumps
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AURA 3
200+ Jumps
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PATHS OF PROGRESSION

Freestyle:
Güs or Swift 3 Funk 3 ATC Freak 2
Performance:
Swift 3 ATC Colugo 3 C-Race
BASE:
Sumo 2 Sausage Swift 3 ATC Colugo 3 Aura 3
Formations:
Swift 3 or Funk 3 or ATC

STRENGTHS

SUMO 2
TRACKING

From your first tracking jumps to your raddest 2-piece tracking flights

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SAUSAGE
TRACKING

The one piece tracking suit that does it all

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SPRINT
STUDENT

A rapid start.

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GÜS
BEGINNER

Early Acro Progression

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SWIFT 3
BEGINNER

The ideal suit for your first year of wingsuit flying

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FUNK 3
INTERMEDIATE

The agile and forgiving all-around acro suit with more speed and range

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ATC
INTERMEDIATE

The biggest little suit, ever

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FREAK 2
ADVANCED

The go-to dropzone suit that does it all

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COLUGO 3
ADVANCED

The Intermediate-Advanced Race Suit

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C-RACE
ADVANCED

The winningest race suit in the history of our sport

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CR+
ADVANCED

The choice of champions… like, all of them

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AURA 3
ADVANCED

Modern wingsuit BASE performance

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SKILLS CHART

*The Güs and Swift 3 are approved for use in First Flight Courses in cases where the jumper has adequate skydiving and body-flight experience. This is at the discretion of the Squirrel Coach.

The information provided here is intended only as a basic minimum guide. You should choose your wingsuit only after careful consultation with the instructors and mentors who are familiar with your personal progression. Some jumpers may require more experience than indicated to move into each category.

BEGINNER

Experienced skydiver with at least 200 skydives (150 for SUMO) and an appropriately rounded skillset. Before flying any wingsuit, even as a beginner, you should have some rudimentary tracking and freeflying skills, with a solid grasp on the basics of skydiving etiquette and safety from exit order to landing approaches and everything in between. You should have completed some coached jumps, and undergone some canopy skills education. You should be comfortable on multi-way dives and thoroughly understand proper technique for entering formations and breaking off. To fly suits in the Beginner-Intermediate category such as the ATC, you should have the appropriate jump numbers.

INTERMEDIATE

Before attempting to fly an intermediate-size suit, you should have ALL of the above skills, plus at least 350 skydives with over 100 of them being in a beginner suit. In addition, you should have a solid grasp of basic free-flying skills from sit-flying to back-flying and should fully understand the proper techniques for entering, staying within, and exiting flocking formations. You should have solid canopy skills and an intermediate rating from your country's parachuting association. To fly suits in the Intermediate-Advanced category, such as the Freak series, you should have the appropriate Intermediate-Advanced experience and skill set.

ADVANCED

Before attempting to fly an advanced wingsuit you should have ALL of the above skills, plus at least 450 skydives with over 100 of them being in an intermediate suit. If that sounds like a lot, then please consider the fact that advanced wingsuits require a great deal of training to fly safely, and losing control of any wingsuit - advanced (larger) wingsuits in particular - can result in the most serious of consequences not only for yourself but also for other jumpers around you. You should have solid freeflying skills, a thorough understanding of all aspects of skydiving, and excellent canopy skills.

If you have any questions about what suit is right for you, don’t hesitate to CONTACT US!
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