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.
Quick-Release Ankle Cuffs
Tapered legs allow the ankle of the suit to reverse and open for a quick and effortless transition.
Form-Fitting Wrist Cuffs
Multi-stretch cuffs at the wrist allows powerful strokes while keeping water from entering the suit.
360° Core Stabilization System
Five core stabilization panels precisely target the muscle groups to elevate the swimmer ensuring optimal body position and preservation of core strength over the long-term of the swimming race.
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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.
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