Orca Equip Triathlon Wetsuit 2014

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The Orca Equip is ideal for those transitioning from the pool to open water, or unfamiliar with swimming in a wetsuit.

Design details

2-4mm premium quality SCS-coated Yamamoto 39-cell neoprene front panels ensure a range of motion normally associated with intermediate and top level wetsuits. A multi-stretch lining makes the suit incredibly flexible, (used in our Sonar Wetsuit).The Equip's Hydrostroke forearm panel has a distinctive silicone print, which catches the water through the pull phase of the stroke. 3-4mm Smooth Skin neoprene panels through the back to provide addition support in the water, and refinements to the waist panel extending it over the chest add buoyancy, The 2014 Equip's redesigned torso panel also provides better body positioning. Speed Transition panels on the calves aid transition times.

IMPROVED FLEXIBILITY This range of motion is normally associated with intermediate wetsuits. Multi-stretch lining is used in the shoulders and arms.

FULL FRONT YAMAMOTO 39 CELL SCS NEOPRENE Market leading flexibility and buoyancy for the price

COMFORT Double skin neckline, improved fit and seal

STRATEGIC BUOYANCY PANELS TO SUPPORT THE STRONGER SWIMMER 5mm neoprene panels on the waist, hips and bum.

SPEED TRANSITION REAR CALF PANELS For easier wetsuit removal and faster transition


39 CELL Yamamoto 39-cell is an extremely flexible neoprene, which supports an uninhibited natural swimming motion. Yamamoto 39-cell neoprene extends to a 520% elongation rate, meaning this material is sure to move with you. Added benefits of zero water absorption and zero weight-variation can mean only one thing: more speed.

YAMAMOTO The Yamamoto Corporation is the world's main supplier of high performance neoprene. Its seal represents quality, technology and innovation.

SCS Applied as a coating over closed-cell neoprene. The micro-cell structure of the SCS coating repels water when in contact with air and reduces surface resistance when in contact with water.