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What is "Jumpsuit" - Definition & Explanation

Jumpsuit a coverall worn by parachutists for jumping; a one-piece garment consisting of a blouse or shirt with attached trousers or shorts.
A cover all type garment designed for specific skydiving applications such as FS, freestyle or accuracy.

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