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DeLand, FL
Interests: skydiving, canopy piloting, pd factory team, fastrax, freefly, freestyle, 4-way, formation skydiving, crw, canopies, parachutes - all that good stuff :)
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May 13, 2013
Travis Currently the orange vectran is for the Competition Velocity only, we hope to roll it out on other canopies in the near future.
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Beatriz, Please contact sponsorship@performancedesigns.com and we'd be happy to look at the opportunity to support your team.
Toggle Commented Nov 8, 2011 on Sponsored Teams at The PD Blog
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Eric, make sure you got your enry in and you'll stand a chance of winning every month. Good Luck
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Moussa, florida sure is full of gators, not sure we've seen one yet while swooping Katana's
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2011 on Katana over Sebastian at The PD Blog
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Hi Katana2, thanks for the comment. PD has branded the video's as the video is a PD production, not to insinuate that everyone in the video is flying a PD canopy. We actually went out of our way to include footage of, and interviews with jumpers flying many different canopies not just PD's canopies. Have a great day!
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Hi Karl & Spanky, Thanks for the comments. There certainly a number of additional issues regarding components and different types of them that aren't the focus of this particular video. We've done our best to provide a good level of general information regarding the double wrapping line stows/locking stows and the myth's in our sport surrounding that topic. A few of the items mentioned in your comments are addressed in the video, but if we haven't answered the question or concern pertaining to your individual situation, please feel free to give us a call at 386-738-2224 or email us at support@performancedesigns.com and we'd be happy to help! Blue Skies
Toggle Commented Oct 19, 2010 on Educational Video - Locking Stow Myth at The PD Blog
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Thomas, The real important part to stowing your lines is insuring that you have proper tension on those lines to make them pay out in order. Regardless of the type of band you use, you want to have that proper tension and also keep the length of the stows symmetrical for a clean opening sequence. Thank you for the feedback and for watching the video. Feel free to email support@performancedesigns.com if you have any further questions.
Toggle Commented Sep 28, 2010 on Educational Video - Locking Stow Myth at The PD Blog
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