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Orca S5
$229.00 - $239.00
Orca's S5 is the perfect start to better open-water swimming thanks to its great balance of speed, buoyancy and value. Slide through the water with the 3-4mm Yamamoto neoprene front and 3mm Smoothskin back that also provides warmth and buoyancy. Stretchy 2mm shoulder panels let you reach further with every stroke and the Hydrostroke forearm panels increase your catch. Plus, Orca's supple Flexiseal neck comfortably seals out water, while the drag-reducing Slipstream zip and easy-off Speed Transition calf panels make transitions quick and easy.
Orca Women's S5
$239.00
Orca's S5 is the perfect start to better open-water swimming thanks to its great balance of speed, buoyancy and value. Slide through the water with the 3-4mm Yamamoto neoprene front and 3mm Smoothskin back that also provides warmth and buoyancy. Stretchy 2mm shoulder panels let you reach further with every stroke and the Hydrostroke forearm panels increase your catch. Plus, Orca's supple Flexiseal neck comfortably seals out water, while the drag-reducing Slipstream zip and easy-off Speed Transition calf panels make transitions quick and easy.
TYR Hurricane Category 5 Sleeveless
$499.99
TYR's Hurricane Category 5 Sleeveless Wetsuit utilizes a slew of advanced features to provide unrivaled comfort, optimum stability, crazy speed and energy efficiency in the water. Designed for elite triathletes, the HUVCVF6 showcases a 100% Yamamoto Nano SCS Rubber exterior to provide unsurpassed buoyancy in the water and features our 360-Degree Core Stabilization System to ensure optimal body position and preservation of core strength over the long-term of the swim. Showcasing Free R.O.M. (Range of Motion) Zones to eliminate constriction and increase reach, the Category 5 Triathlon Wetsuits eliminates shoulder strain, while Quick Release Ankle Cuffs allow for quick and effortless removal during T1. Engineered for triathletes, Strategic Speed Wrap Paneling placed throughout the leg, chest and core raise the swimmer in the water to reduce form drag and maximize speed, so you can leave the competition behind.
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