*Note: The CR+ is an evolving design. There will be no CR+2 or CR+3. The CR+ is frequently revised according to performance increases and competition schedules. All CR+ orders will be filled with the most recent design.
The CR+ competition suit is designed in collaboration with our world champion, national champion, and world record holding team pilots. With feedback and data provided by our team, we strive to evolve the CR+ constantly so as to maintain a competitive edge over other available suits.
In 2016, the CR+ won every major wingsuit performance event, culminating in a world championship gold by Chris Geiler. The results demonstrate quite clearly what the CR+ can do. This suit is our PPC optimized version of the C-RACE. If your focus is PPC and WOWS type wingsuit performance competition, then this is the obvious choice if you want to be competitive.
The CR+ CG and profile are optimized for energy retention in the competition window. Its flare-power is unmatched in the wingsuit world, allowing pilots to nick the top of the competition window and flare hundreds of feet above it, extending time and distance scores. At high speeds, the suit is stable at steep angles of attack. The efficiency of the leading edge and the amount of surface area are calculated for an optimal balance in time, speed, and distance tasks. With so many top pilots flying the CR+, the wingsuit competition playing field has been effectively leveled, allowing pilot skill to become a major determining factor. If you want to compete with the best, then choose the winning tool.
Who is it designed for?
Pilots who aim to compete in wingsuit performance competitions. PPC, WOWS, FAI, National events, etc.
Is it competitive?
Yes. It won everything. What more do you want?
Do I want one? Am I qualified to jump it?
If you have to ask, then the answer is probably no. You should be an expert wingsuit pilot with several years in the sport, and hundreds of flights in equivalent "big suit" designs.
Is it a Colugo or an Aura?
It is neither. The design aspects that make the CR+ successful are not immediately apparent from looking at a photo, or seeing the suit in person. We are not going to be discussing the specific design elements that make it work, so do not bother asking us.
I'm super awesome and you should sponsor me; can I get one for free?
If I win a major competition flying the CR+, do I get a prize from Squirrel?
Yes. Contact us for details.
I have more questions, should I email you right away?
Probably not, as there isn't much else to say. More specific design aspects are not public, each version is tested, and the suit has been well-liked by the pilots who have been flying it. If you're qualified and stoked, order one. If you are not, then don't.