Aqua Sphere unveil 2016 Triathlon wet suit range

2016Wetsuits_Composite1Utilising the latest advanced fabrics and innovative design technologies, Aqua Sphere’s 2016 range of Triathlon wet suits offer a technologically advanced wet suit for every level of athlete.

Designed to ensure the optimum balance of performance and comfort, the updated 2016 range effectively blends warmth, flexibility and buoyancy.  The cleverly considered design modifications, tested by global athletes including Ironman World Champions Faris al Sultan and Tim O’Donnell, are underscored with high-impact new graphics which blaze across the torso, giving the wet suits a highly distinctive muscular appearance with tremendous visual impact.

Unveiled at the Ironman World Championships in Kona, the 2016 Phantom uses top quality superstretch neoprene and its panel configurations, meticulously constructed in multiple thicknesses, to ensure excellent flotation with minimal restriction of movement.

Back and waist compression panels and an internal waist band help to stabilize the body’s core muscles to improve posture and provide a more streamlined body position, allowing for a more powerful hip rotation to maximize speed.  A bio stretch zone of 1mm super thin wraparound panels enables the Phantom to effortlessly shadow the natural movements of the shoulders, upper body and core rotation, allowing for maximum movement and extension.

Finally, a new and improved extended length reverse zipper and quick release ankle transition panels delivers Aqua Sphere’s fastest suit removal capability. Amongst the best elite level triathlon wet suits available on the market, the Phantom and the female W-Phantom are SRP £499.99.

All the wet suits in Aqua Sphere’s 2016 range variously blend multiple thicknesses of panels to offer the best mix of flotation, compression and movement appropriate for each level of athlete. The Racer and Challenger offer excellent properties for the competitive athlete whilst beginners will be reassured by the warmth and buoyancy available from the Pursuit.