Choosing the right wetsuit for your swimming or triathlon goals doesn’t need to be difficult. We have set out details of our range of wetsuits below so that you can find the right wetsuit to suit your needs and goals.  

If you still have questions, we welcome you to contact us personally to discuss our range of wetsuits, or anything related to open water or triathlon swimming – we relish any opportunity to talk about our passion!




SCS nano Coating

Advanced hydrophobic coating for speed and efficiency through the water


Hydrophobic coating for speed and efficiency through the water


Highly flexible inner lining for ease of motion, fast donning and doffing and thermoregulation


Flexible inner lining for ease of motion, fast donning and doffing and thermoregulation

Catch zone(NeoFlex) + silicon beading (Gold only)

Increases efficiency and DPS even when under fatigue

1.5mm 40 Cell arm, shoulder, and underarm panelling

Enhanced flexibility for ease of shoulder movement through the stroke rotation.

1.5mm 39 Cell arm, shoulder, and underarm panelling

Flexibility for ease of shoulder movement through the stroke rotation

Flexible buoyancy chest panel

High flexibility for easy breathing while still being buoyant and supporting a neutral body position in the water

HIP WRAP(39 cell, Aerodome and Durafit1)

Maximum buoyancy and perfect fit rigidity for an elevated body position and stable core

5.0mm Aerodome leg panels

High buoyancy to prevent sinking legs in all swimmers

5.0mm leg panelling

Buoyancy to prevent sinking legs in all swimmers

'V' shaped calf panels

Supports fast and easy doffing of the wetsuit

Wetsuit Materials

Our wetsuits are 100% Yamamoto limestone neoprene, which is renowned for its superior flexibility, buoyancy, and warmth. Limestone neoprene is the most used neoprene in the wetsuit industry due to its superior nature, as compared to petrol-based neoprene.  

Yamamoto neoprene is available in several distinct types, each denoted by a number such as 38, 39, 40, and even up to 48. These numbers, also known as "cell" categories, represent specific characteristics of the neoprene, specifically its flexibility and density. 

We use 39 and 40 cell Yamamoto neoprene for our wetsuits, as these neoprene’s offer the best balance of fixability, buoyancy, and durability between them both, see below star rating. 

39 Cell 40 Cell

Wetsuit coating  
Smooth Skin and either SCS (Super Composite Skin) or AquaGlideRS coated neoprene both play key roles in enhancing the performance of triathlon and open water swimming wetsuits. 

Smooth Skin neoprene, characterised by its sleek, matte finish, offers a low-resistance surface for an effortless glide through the water, which positively impacts speed and efficiency. SCS and AquaGlideRS are painted onto the Smooth Skin neoprene surface. The coating further reduces water resistance and friction, resulting in marginal gains.  

Aerodome, used in triathlon and open water wetsuits, increases buoyancy, lifting the swimmer's body higher in the water for a more streamlined position. Aerodome consists of small air bubbles sandwiched between layers of neoprene, it can increase a wetsuits buoyancy by up to 30%. 

Durafit lining 
The inner lining of our wetsuits are lined with Durafit, which is more durable and resistant to fingernails than the outside coated neoprene. We use Durafit1 lining in our Gold Wetsuit Range, which allows for high flexibility and thermoregulation, while we use Durafit2 lining in our silver wetsuit, which is flexible while also contributing to thermoregulation and durability.  

NeoFlex is a high-grade nylon jersey material that is both flexible and offers a tactile grip. NeoFlex is used for our Catch Zones in both our Gold and Silver wetsuits, providing a sustained feel for the water and increased efficiency, even when swimmers are fatigued. In our Gold Wetsuit, NeoFlex is paired with silicone beading to further enhance the efficiency of the catch.