Vector Wingsuit Options

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There has been a buzz in the wingsuit community about a new set of container options from UPT…

Peter Bany enjoying his wingsuit-friendly container and his Squirrel Freak wingsuit

The Vector wingsuit container is made up of options thoughtfully selected by UPT’s resident wingsuiting engineer, Peter Bany.

Originally, Peter put together this combination of custom options for his own container, but after seeing the benefits, he decided to begin applying these features to prototype containers for test jumpers as well.  

Throughout extensive test jumping, on multiple individuals’ containers, UPT has received overwhelmingly positive feedback in regards to how this new set of options maximizes the performance, comfort, and durability for wingsuiting… and also everything else. Unlike other wingsuit-specific rigs on the market, the wingsuit-optimized Vector can be used for any other discipline as well! (no one-trick-ponies here!)

About the WS package

If you are interested in ordering the wingsuit package, have your dealer include ‘Wingsuit Package’ in the ‘special instructions’. Below is a detailed list of what options that includes, and descriptions of why those options were chosen for wingsuit pilots. (If there is an option you would like to skip or alter, include in special instructions.) 

The WS Vector showing the Dynamic Corners

Wingsuit Package

  • Narrow yoke – while UPT’s new narrow yoke will become standard on all Micron-sized Vectors moving forward, the narrow yoke is specifically optimized for wingsuiting. With all of the material, zippers, and padding over the shoulders in a wingsuit, the jumper has limited mobility when it comes time to open and fly the parachute. By reducing the over-the-shoulder bulk of the container, the narrow yoke gives the jumper more range of motion to safely fly and land their canopy. 
  • Dynamic corners – or as I like to call them, ‘origami corners’ – these folding corners allow the main tray to open completely flat on deployment for a smoother, cleaner deployment. 
  • Wingsuit pilot chute and bridle + V-stow semi-stowless bag – 30” pilot chute with a longer bridle, to help clear the large burble caused by the wingsuit and allowing for an easier, cleaner opening. Along with a semi-stowless deployment bag for cleaner, smoother deployment. 
  • 2-piece narrow leg pads – similar to the narrow yoke, these low bulk leg pads allow for more comfort and mobility around all of the extra material of a wingsuit.
  • Deluxe “ultra-low bulk” backpad (fancy marketing-speak for no spacer foam) – having minimal padding helps the rig lay as flat as possible against the jumper’s back, maximizing the aerodynamic performance. The cordura (rather than spacer foam) protects against wear from the suit/zippers/etc. Babylon backpad is also an option if the jumper prefers to have some padding
  • Custom stabilizers – these are the cordura-covered soft padded stabilizers. These are built from the edges of the container, like UPT’s standard laterals are, however without the rigid piece. The cordura provides an extra layer of protection for the webbing when rubbing against the suit. Note: if you select Babylon backpad, the laterals will be cut-in slightly on the edges of the lumbar piece instead of outboard, as comes standard with this package.
Dynamic Corners – packing

Recommended extra WS options

 (These are not automatically included in the ‘Wingsuit Package,’ so select these separately if you would like them)

  • A -1 wingsuit specific size if your canopies allow for it (check the sizing chart). The -1 sizes are built specifically for wingsuiting. They are longer and lay flatter against your back for maximized aerodynamics, and an easier pull
  • -2″ off the top –  -2” off the top is an adjustment to the leg straps that effectively moves the leg strap hardware (friction adapters) 2” farther up your hip. The benefit to this is that the hardware is no longer crowded between your legs when you tighten your leg straps all the way.  Keep in mind this moves the hook knife location to the back of the leg straps… but for wingsuiting, you will want an alternate hook knife location anyway.
  • VGH (variable geometry harness) – Otherwise known as hip rings, VGH allows articulation in the hip joints. Overall, for any style of flying, whether it be wingsuiting, free flying, FS, hip articulation helps to give you more mobility. 
  • Skyhook
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Meet: Riley Marshall

Riley Marshall handles all things marketing for UPT. When she is not jumping a Vector, convincing people to buy Vectors, she likes to ski, rock climb, paraglide, speed fly, speed ride... pretty much whatever you throw in front of her. Oh, and also drink wine!

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