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Product details

1. Sleeveless tri wetsuit
2. SCS hydrodynamic coating
3. Front body premium Japanese Yamamoto 39 Cell bouyant and flexible neoprene
4. Back panel premium Japanese Yamamoto 39 Cell nylon laminated durable neoprene
5. Floating zip panel
6. Rollbar technology
7. Lower leg propulsion panel
8. Quick release ankle Transition Panel
9. 520% internal stretch lining
10. Two-year warranty

NEOPRENE THICKNESS:
Chest - 5mm
Back - 3mm
Upper legs - 5mm
Lower legs - 4mm

BOUYANT & FLEXIBLE
Premium Japanese Yamamoto 39 Cell neoprene is bouyant but still flexible and varies in thickness throughout the body of the wetsuit, moving your centre of bouyancy lower, preventing sinky legs and putting you in perfect horizontal swimming position

REDUCED WATER RESISTANCE
Super Composite Skin (SCS) hydrodynamic coating reduces surface drag for more speed

ENHANCED EFFICIENCY
Floating zip panel increases movement for improved distance per stroke

IMPROVED ROTATION
Rollbar technology ensures less bouyancy on perimeter of wetsuit, allowing snappier side-to-side rotation and eliminating dead spots in your freestyle

INNER COMFORT & SUPPORT
Often-overlooked internal liner is engineered for 520% stretch to ensure comfort and low absorption

FABRIC COMPOSITION
100% SPONGE RUBBER NYLON LAMINATED NEOPRENE

2XU | Men’s Propel P1 Sleeveless Wetsuit

SKU : 9336340994558
349,00C$Prix
  • Your suit should fit adequately in terms of both your height and weight. In the case that you fit into more than one size, you should opt for the smaller size. While 2XU Wetsuits come in both men's and women's styles, some females prefer the fit of a men's suit. This is fine. On the arms, your wetsuit sleeves should finish at least one finger gap in distance from your wrist bone. This will ensure the suit is sitting high enough and does not pull on the shoulders. In the legs, the wetsuit legs should finish 3/4 of the way down your shin. This will ensure the suit is sitting high into the crutch. If sitting too low, the suit will pull on the top of the shoulders.

    Around the neck, the wetsuit should be firm but not to the point that breathing is restricted. If the neck bunches at all, the suit is too big. The neck is the number one area water can enter the suit, so it needs to be secure.

    For specific sizing, please refer to our Size Guide below. You will also find some helpful fit-related information in the FAQs section of the website.

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