The jumpsuit that changed it all! In 1977, it was all about big-ways from DC-3's which meant lots of fall rate issues. More material meant, slower fall rates and the Tony Original fit the bill. The Tony Original lives on today and is known as the slowest FS suit in skydiving today.

Now it is known that the amount of fabric needed is dependent upon the desired fall-rate. Retaining some of its past history, the Tony Suit has gone through some refinements, but it is still the slowest falling RW suit. For comfort, this suit has an elastic waistband that also gives a fitted silhouette.

Standard Options
  • Front, Back, and Arms: 4-Ply. For more information on Fabrics & Materials.
  • Open Leg (no cuffs or booties)
  • Small or Medium Arm Grips, 4-Ply or Supplex. 
  • Large Pocket, right thigh. Zippered, can easily fit a cellphone.
  • Standard collar.


Regular Bootie

Beginner to Advanced

A curved wing from knee to toe, perfect for all flying levels.


Mega Bootie

Intermediate to Advanced

A straight wing from knee to toe for a more responsive bootie.


Mega XL Bootie

Advanced

Completely covers the foot for ultimate power.

DOUBLE LAYER DRAG REINFORCING

If you need to slow your fall rate, we offer 2 levels of drag. Available either only on the legs, or both arms & legs.

Level 1. Double layer of 10 oz. brushed cotton lining. 

Level 2. Double layer of 10 oz. brushed cotton lining PLUS a 1.5 oz. zero-porous (ZP) material sandwiched between the lining.

regular swoop cords

Swoop Cords effectively enhance breaking by creating a rigid wing. These cords loop over the hands and run along the inner seam of the suit to the waist. The swoop cords are tightened with full arm extension (upon braking), creating an instant wing only when you need it.

continuous swoop cords

To avoid this wing being engaged when reaching for a grip, we offer the "continuous swoop cord" which is one continuous line that reaches down one side, across the back at the hip, and up to the other side.

how to wear them

There are two styles of loops that can be adjusted -pre flight- to either position, by sliding the loop down the cord.

The Rule: last thing on, 1st thing off. If you need to take them of in an emergency, you want it to be on top of your gloves and altimeter.

 

We suggest you print the Measurement Guide PDF so you can write down the measurements, and we recommend wearing the clothes you're likely to jump in while taking measurements.

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RETURN POLICY ON STOCK SUITS AND STORE ITEMS

TonySuits will accept returns for stock suits and store items with a restocking fee of $100 per box. Shipping cost back to TonySuits will be the customer's responsibility.

CUSTOM SUIT WARRANTY/RETURN POLICY DETAILS

  1. The 90-day fit warranty begins on the day the suit is shipped from the manufacturer to the customer.
  2. The warranty is only granted if, when the suit is compared to the measurements provided to us, it is determined that the suit measurements do not match the measurements provided to us.
  3. If it is determined that the suit does match the measurements provided to us, and the fit issue is due to incorrect measuring, then the repair costs are not covered under warranty.
Warranty is voided when:
  • 90-days has passed from the time the suit was shipped to the customer;
  • Any repairs made to the suit that are not authorized by Tony Suits in advance. 
  • The suit's maintenance and care instructions are not adhered to. A copy of these instructions are always included with the original shipment.

BEFORE RETURNING 

  1. Email repairs@tonysuits.com
  2. Include photographs of the areas that are ill-fitting and be sure the photo background is a different color than the suit.
  3. Include written details and new measurements of the areas that aren't fitting.
  4. Receive the return number from the office and write it on the outside of the box.

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