About The Gear Guru


Buying skydiving equipment is suffering. For many years now, skydivers old and new have felt the pain of choosing new lifesaving devices. The financial pain of even one new piece of gear can be severe, and so can the bewildering array of brands, styles, sizes, features, options, colors…

The Skydive Gear Guru is here to help. Years of breathing nylon fumes whilst communing with others so afflicted and many, many months spent in deep, deep meditation allowed her to find skydiving equipment nirvana. Being so enlightened, it is required that she share with others the path to eliminating equipment related suffering from the skydiver’s life.

Herein lies the path…

Who is the Gear Guru?   The Gear Guru is someone who wants you, the average novice skydiver, to find exactly the right pieces of skydiving equipment for you.

The Gear Guru doesn’t sell gear.   The Gear Guru provides knowledge.  Knowledge that you can use to make smart gear choices.

Monday – what is new, what is neat, what you gotta have.

Tuesday – rigs

Wednesday – buying new and/or buying used

Thursday -Throwback Thursday

Friday – jumpsuits, helmets, instruments, accessories, etc

On Saturday and Sunday, we will probably be at the dropzone.  Like you!


Contacting the Gear Guru:

email – skydivegearguru@gmail.com

twitter- @skydivegearguru

facebook -coming soon

Got a request or suggestion for a post?  Please let us know!!

Most of the time, the Gear Guru is too busy to respond to random requests for gear advice.  Occasionally, there will be special posts in which the Gear Guru will answer questions from all comers.  If you send a gear advice request, you acknowledge that it may not be answered at all, it may be answered  on the blog, on facebook and/or you may receive a private email answer.  The Skydive Gear Guru guarantees nothing!


All content copyright 2014 The Skydive Gear Guru. The Skydive Gear Guru is not paid or currently sponsored by any skydiving equipment manufacturer or dealer. Any opinions expressed by the Skydive Gear Guru are those of the Skydive Gear Guru alone. Do not base safety decisions solely on advice or opinions that appear on this website, as anything and everything written here could be wrong.


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