Wetsuit Technology

 

TRIWETSUIT

  • Internal layer laminated stretch fabric
  • Functional cuts for freedom of movement
  • Thicker chest and back panels to provide maximum buoyancy
  • External PU coating to reduce drag
  • QUICK EXIT AFTER THE SWIM- easier and quicker to open the zip when coming out of the water and thus a quicker transition on to the bike
  • BETTER FIT AROUND THE NECK WHICH KEEPS ANY WATER OUT – water in the suit means more weight and drag so If the seal around the neck is good, it will keep the water out.
  • LESS BULK AROUND THE NECK AREA – the zipper puller is not behind the neck so there is less bulk which is more comfortable, particularly when you are lifting your head ‘’scoping’’ to get your bearings and check direction.
  • 85% Neoprene,  15% Nylon

 

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CARBON WETSUIT

  • Super thin and stretchy neoprene across the shoulders and in arms to provide maximum freedom of movement
  • Evenly distributed buoyancy keeps level body position in the water
  • Reverse zipper for quick exit
  • Yamamoto aerodome neoprene for max buoyancy
  • Internal surface laminated with arena carbon cage fabric for unparalleled core stability

 

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SAMS WETSUIT

  • Shark Attack Mitigation System (SAMS ) has released its shark deterrent design technology applied to wetsuit to reduce the chance of shark attack
  • Super thin and stretchy neoprene across the shoulders and in arms to provide maximum freedom of movement
  • Evenly distributed buoyancy keeps level body position in the water
  • Reverse zipper for quick exit
  • Yamamoto aerodome neoprene for max buoyancy
  • Internal surface laminated with arena carbon cage fabric for unparalleled core stability