This award-winning wetsuit is Ironman approved. Whisks through water, providing warmth and a natural fit. . Hydrodynamic neoprene made from Yamamoto #39 and #40. 5mm wetsuit offers maximum buoyancy. Adapts well to a variety of body sizes.
Takes time to get on the first time, but is well worth the effort.
Buoyant in the right places. Customers like how the wetsuit performs during competition transitions. Premium ultra-light neoprene material provides a comfortable fit. Features adjustable collar and mid-calf leg openings. Durable and designed to hold up after multiple races.
Some have encountered ripped seams.
Specifically designed to accommodate repetitive muscle movement. LYCRA fabric keeps you dry and comfortable. Offers UPF 50+ UV sun protection. Features one rear pocket for storage.
May fit tight on larger body types.
Ironman approved. Comes in a wide range of sizes. High marks for performing well during daily workouts as well as competition. Fits comfortably in tight areas and maintains body temperature even when exerting energy in extreme conditions. Reviewers also highlight the easy-to-use zipper.
A little small in the bust.
One of the few unisex products available at an attractive price point. Great for those new to triathlons. Blind stitching and glued seams provide minimal chafing. Offers 5 mm rubber thickness in the front chest and legs.
Doesn't fit as tight as other brands.
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A triathlon wetsuit helps keep the body warm, regardless of the weather conditions. At the same time, wetsuits are available in various thicknesses and rubber styles to help you optimize your flexibility during a triathlon. Wetsuits are designed to help you become streamlined in the water. They are available for both men and women, adapt to different body sizes and come in multiple colors. Read size measurements and take your own measurements accurately, as you want a triathlon wetsuit to fit snugly, but you want to be able to put it on and take it off without worrying about tears. It may also offer ultraviolet (UV) sun protection. Additionally, wetsuits sometimes include blind stitching and glued seams to minimize chafing.
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