Sky-divers wear one-piece jumpsuit that provides a consistent surface for the harness and keeps them warm.
Lightweight but strong footwear are worn which support the sky divers at the time of landing.
AAD (Automatic Activation Device) is the most essential equipment of parachuting. It releases the parachute when it can’t be done manually.
Goggles are usually worn for protection of the eyes.
Protective helmets are worn by sky-divers for protection against head injuries.
An altimeter is attached with the sky-divers’ chest strap, wrist or beside the ear which gives audible signals and shows the height above the ground.
A harness system is strapped to the body of the sky divers which contains the pack with parachutes.
The parachutes have steering lines and toggles which are used by skydivers to control their flight and have an aerodynamic canopy like an airplane’s wing.