The "Stories" page on our website. It's the perfect place to share all of our history, goals, deals, and aspirations, isn't it? I mean, who wouldn't want to read about our company direction, sales and events? It's not like there are a million other things on the internet that people could be doing instead.
When we're not busy grinding away on our laptops, we love to get creative and design some dope skydiving and indoor-skydiving suits. We always get a bunch of ridiculous ideas. But that's not all. We take it to the next level by trying on our creations and testing them out in our workshop based in Warsaw.
But the best part of it all is doing it with our homies. We're like a little family here, and we always have each other's backs. Whether we're brainstorming new ideas or goofing around with our designs, we know how to have a good time.
Deem Flywear is not just about skydiving suits; it's about the freedom to pursue our passions, whatever they may be. Our brand is all about empowering individuals to take risks and push boundaries. And that's what makes us unique - we cater to all types of thrill-seekers, not just those who jump out of airplanes.
We know how to have fun while getting the job done. And if you're lucky, to wear on one of our suits, you can tell the difference. Trust us, it's a life-changing experience.
Let's face it, when it comes to skydiving, wearing a suit specifically designed for the activity is a no-brainer. Sure, you could wear your favorite pair of sweatpants and a hoodie, but you'll be missing out on all the benefits that a skydiving suit has to offer.
For starters, skydiving suits are made of materials that are specifically designed to withstand the wind resistance and friction of falling through the air. Your favorite pair of sweatpants? Not so much.
Skydiving suits are also designed to be form-fitting, which means they won't flap around in the wind and potentially cause issues during your jump. Meanwhile, that oversized t-shirt you love to wear? It might look cute on the ground, but it's not going to do you any favors when you're hurtling towards the earth.
And let's not forget about the added safety benefits of wearing a skydiving suit. They often come equipped with features like reinforced knee and elbow pads, which can protect you in case of a rough landing. Your casual clothing? Not so much.
So, while it might be tempting to show off your fashion sense during a skydive, it's always better to prioritize safety and wear a proper skydiving suit. After all, you don't want to be the person who has to explain to their friends and family how they ended up with a torn sweatshirt and a scraped-up knee, do you?
Let’s be aware of our decisions and we only learn that as we gain experience. The suit makes life much easier even at the stage of preparation for the jump, it lies on us like a glove and there is no need to fix anything.
We do not even think about it, but we are unlikely to take with us everything that is in trousers or a sweatshirt e.g. a phone, money, keys), that’s why we do not risk any additional costs. In the air, it will not cause any surprises and when opened, it will not cover half of your face or reveal your stomach. Even if the landing trace remains, it is acceptable and washable, in general we will return to the deck without thinking that something could be changed in it. It will be different with casual clothes, much different actually. Firstly, you will have to work on an appropriate set that will stand the test of your skills (it can take dozens of jumps).
Before each jump you will have to wonder - what will happen this time? Secondly, you will often return from under the plane to leave what you have forgotten in your pockets. Quick landings will make the blue jeans on the back fairly green, and you will be able to feel a shirt button hitting with high frequency at 250 km/h on the neck while in the air.
For this reason, since 2018 the Deem Flywear Team together with the befriended SKYDIVE HEL drop zone (led by Bartek "Dragon" Staśkiewicz) is organizing an event with a simple but at the same time very fitting name... Hel. Normally it would be obligatory to add one more letter "l" at the end of that word, but our version of Hel is a place where instead of suffering for your sins, you finally feel alive!
Hel is a city in Poland, located on the Hel Peninsula, which is surrounded by the Baltic Sea. During the holiday season you will find here Polish surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing elite. There are lots of parties and events all over the peninsula, wherever you turn. It is not without reason that everyone wants to spend summer time in this place - there is something really magical and exceptional in the synergy of the Polish sea with the Polish pine forests…
Ah, the age-old question that's been keeping you all up at night - what's the difference between DNA NG and DNA PRO suits? Well, let us enlighten you with our superior knowledge.
First things first - both suits are made from the same fabric and threads, and put together by the same team. But the DNA NG suit is a whole other ball game. It's not just any old off-the-rack suit, oh no. This bad boy is custom-made to fit you like a glove. And by custom-made, we mean we need 31 measurements from you. That's right, we're not messing around. We're talking about the perfect fit here.
You see, we know how painful it is to be in the tunnel with a suit that doesn't fit properly. It's like wearing a pair of shoes that are two sizes too small. It's not a good time. But with the DNA NG suit, you'll be able to move around like a ninja. The cuts are designed to give you the biggest range of movement possible. You'll be flipping and spinning and twisting like a boss.
So, in summary, the DNA NG suit is the bee's knees. It's custom-made, takes six weeks to produce, and gives you the biggest range of movement possible. You pay for quality and comfort, and we'll make sure you look like a badass in the tunnel. Enough said.
Once upon a time in 2015, a group of skydivers had an outrageous idea - to create a figure-hugging flying suit from breathable fabric. At first, the founder of DEEM Flywear was shocked, but he decided to give it a go anyway. They went through the process of trial and error, figuring out what fabric and tightness worked best. And even though the suit looked weird to outsiders, they still pushed forward. And guess what? It worked! The suit ended up being a game-changer, used by top flyers like Maja Kuczynska and Rafael Schwaiger. Who knew that a bunch of skydivers could change the industry and the sport with some pyjama-like suits? But now, after seven years, it's time for the DNA Project to go down in history and make way for new cuts and models. So long, pyjama suits - it's been a wild ride!
Why DEEM ... ?
During the jump our orientation in space plays a trick on your brain and the notion that something is upside down or not… is not so obvious. We wanted our logo not to be so obvious either.
Deem is borrowed from English. The verb ‘deem’ means ‘regard or consider in a specific way’. We always approach things in a very specific and individual way regardless of the competition and the public. Some people prefer to look at the world standing on the ground… We like to look at it from a higher and wider perspective and admire the beauty of it during the jump from above the clouds.