The most versatile wetsuit of the range, it adapts to the technical and financial possibilities of most of the triathlon community.
Ideal for Total Swimmers, who seek perfect harmony between buoyancy and flexibility, it provides both where you need them the most: flotability in the lower body and flexibility in the upper body. With this combination, a correct position is achieved in the water, favouring your hydrodynamics. Regardless of the gear you’ve used until now, this iconic wetsuit has been specifically designed not to disappoint.
The placement of 4mm Aerodome 2 in the lower back of the suit helps to lift the body into the most efficient swimming position.
The Core Lateral Stabilizer (CLS) panel provides lateral support in the abdomen to avoid lateral movement and reinforce your core. With this technology, you will be able to maintain a good technique for longer.
Velcro has been added to the outer flap of the wetsuit, which together with the laser cut used in the collar seam reduces friction and chafing.
A new feature in the new Sonar wetsuit is the addition of a thinner lower leg panel, a Yamamoto composite with 39 cell nano SCS coating which reduces friction in the transitions. In addition, Hydrolite panels help make the wetsuit easier to remove so that your transitions are even faster.
Developed for TOTAL SWIMMERs
Total swimmers make only small mistakes and this is often found in their kicking technique. A little extra buoyancy helps to solve this by raising the legs for a more effective horizontal position. Since these swimmers have no shortcomings in the upper body area they benefit most from flexibility here so their stroke remains unaltered.
More information on the types of swimmers and the corresponding wetsuits you'll find under "Attachements".
Material name by manufacturer: Yamamoto neoprene
Material 95% polyamide, 5% polyester