Employing the lightest Yamamoto Nano SCS Coated 5mm neoprene panels throughout the entire leg, chest, and core to raise the swimmer in the water to reduce form drag.
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Oct 22, 2014 | Posted by | Gender: Male Sport Interest: Triathlon Age: 25-34
Love this suit. Super tight. I'm 5'9" 160. I got a medium and it fits great but is very tight in the waist and legs. It's tight all over but especially in the thigh area. Greatly improved my swim times. Very buoyant and keeps me flat in the water. Love this suit so much and if I wear it out I will most definitely buy another. No issues with tears yet. I do have to have help getting the suit on over my arms as well as zipping up. I haven't had the constricted feeling in the neck like I've had with other suits. Overall great suit and the only complaint I have is I wish the thigh was a little looser but not that big of a deal. I'm sure that if it was looser it wouldn't be as quick in the water
60 people found this review helpful
Oct 8, 2014 | Posted by | Gender: Male Sport Interest: Triathlon Age: 35-44
So far so good during the '14 tri season. I have read reviews about the fragility. No problems yet.
63 people found this review helpful
Apr 17, 2014 | Posted by | Gender: Male Sport Interest: Triathlon
I love this wetsuit but it is TIGHT! I'm 180cm / 80kg and have a medium suit. The floatation in the legs is fantastic, especially for a non-kicker like myself. Definitely worth the money.
You will need plastic bags and lube to get this this sucker on - especially when new. Use a non-petroleum lube as well. I also recommend using gripper gloves (they ones they use in industrial freezers to grip slippery stock) as you will almost certainly tear holes in the suit without them. I've repaired 3 of these suits so far due to finger nail holes and repaired my own twice.
121 people found this review helpful
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