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Wing Camera Jacket

Deepseed Wing Jacket , Power and Range for Cameraflyers

When you're Flying Camera, Above all else, you want to be there for the Money Shot! 


With the Power and Precision you can achieve with a Deepseed Wing Camera Jacket, you will make sure you are always there for the money Shot. Our Standard Sitfly Wing is equally at home on Belly or in Sit, giving you Freedom to work those angles. Be where you need to be. With our fitted design option  the jacket can be worn on it's own, in shorts. If you or  need some drag from your legs as well, use it in combination with a pair of Deepseed Freefly Pants with our Tuck in design option. Fully adjustable wing attachments and thumb loops, mean you can tailor the jacket to suit your own unique flying style. 


We understand that not everyone likes to do things online, so if you prefer Oldskool, please download one of our order forms here and either fax it back to us, or scan and email it. 

Wing Camera Jacket Front
Wing Camera Jacket Back
Wings Wing Camera Jacket Front
Wings Wing Camera Jacket Back
Classic Camera Wing jacket Front
Classic Camera Wing jacket Back

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We use only the STRONGEST, nylon bonded thread on everything that we make and the HIGHEST QUALITY Components and Materials


Features our NEW Zip protector as standard, and TOP QUALITY Lanyards to keep your wings attached


Easy to take on and off, unlike a Full Camera Suit.This Jacket can be flown Summer/Winter and over Pants/Shorts/Jumpsuit


The Large Sit Fly Wing has all the Power and Range you will ever need. Never worry about being Low again


Hi Krista
 I recieved my wings jacket, it a few days ago.
I Have tried it on and am VERY pleased with what you have done to it.
The jacket fits perfectly and i couldnt be happier. I did a few tandems with it on the weekend and its performance is awesome :)
Thank you very much for all your help it was second to none.
Looking forward to my next purchase with DEEPSEED :)

Jake Scoles - Australia - Mar 2011