The best shoes to wear for skydiving should provide good heel and ankle support for landing, remain secure on your feet at 120mph, and be in usable condition. Sneakers work best, while shoes that can easily come off like sandals, high-heels, flip-flops and others are prohibited.
This saturation of the skydiving market led many dropzones and suppliers to the obvious conclusion: that they should brand and sell their own pullup cords. Now, slowly but surely, customized branded parachute pullup cords are appearing left and right. Let's take a look.
Side effects of skydiving may include a serious addiction to fun. At Skydive Hollister, I was cured of the Skydiving Bug.
Did you know that Hollister has an airport? If you live here, probably. But did you know it has more than just planes and hangars? Here are the local businesses and organizations at the Hollister Airport, and a few that are gone but some remnants remain.
If you are driving out to the Skydive Hollister Landing Zone to watch your friend or family member land for their first time tandem skydiving, you will pass through a quaint little town known as Tres Pinos (Spanish for “Three Pines”). This census-designated area surrounding a 2,000 foot stretch of Route 25 has some interesting history and places to check out.