- Long sleeve: More buoyant and coverage for warmth but will change your stroke due to the buoyancy we recommend practicing before racing in a full sleeve wetsuit
- Nylon bonded to neoprene
- Multi thickness for maximum buoyancy and optimal freedom of movement
- Extra thin neoprene for freedom of movement
- Evenly distributed buoyancy on legs
- Yamamoto Aerodome
- Aerodome panels lined with carbon fabric for core stability
- External coating for reduced drag
Size & Fit:
Getting into any dry wetsuit is a challenge. Once you get zipped in, ask yourself these questions:
- Is there extra room in your knees, shoulders, or torso?
- Is lifting your head over your arms and moving your shoulders difficult?
- Is it difficult to crouch down and move your arms?
If the answer to one or more of these questions is yes, then your wetsuit is not a good fit. Should feel like a second skin but not restrict movement.
In order to ensure that your Arena product provides you with the best possible performance for a long time to come, we recommend you take the following precautions:
- rinse immediately after use, in non-chlorinated water;
- do not leave the wet product in a bag or other container for a long time;
- do not expose the wet item in a bag or other container to direct sunlight;
- air-dry away from heat sources.
Follow the washing instructions given on your product label.
The label provides useful symbols giving information on how to take best care of it.
HAND WASH ONLY
DO NOT DRY CLEAN
DO NOT BLEACH
DO NOT MACHINE DRY
DO NOT IRON
Women's CARBON Triwetsuit
Triathlon Carbon Wetsuit
Discover the new arena suit for triathlon and open water swimming. Carbon technology adapted to whitewater.