The S7 is an alternative to the 3.8 for the Progressive Swimmer. This type of swimmer needs extra buoyancy, so the S7 was designed to elevate the position of the triathlete in the water without compromising elasticity when it comes to swim strokes. The perfect tool to make sure swimming doesn't slow you down.
Yamamoto Yamamoto is the leading manufacturer of high-performance neoprene used in the sport of triathlon. Yamamoto stands for quality, technology and innovation.
39 Cell Yamamoto 39cell is a flexible glazed skin neoprene that combines good freedom of movement with high buoyancy properties. 39cell can be stretched by 513%, which means that the athlete's movements are supported without problems. 39cell is a very good all-rounder and is therefore used by us up to the middle price segment.
Nano SCS Super Composite Skin (SCS) is the benchmark for surface coatings in triathlon wetsuits. Friction is reduced and therefore speed is increased. Orca uses Nano SCS technology. The water resistance coefficient of Nano SCS is 0.026; for comparison: regular smooth skin neoprene is 4.0. Less resistance = higher swimming speed, a simple physical law!
Hydrolite The HydroLite panels help wipe the neoprene off more quickly for even faster transitions. This technology, together with the SCS technology, allows for better glide in the water without the neoprene absorbing it, which greatly improves hydrodynamics.
Infinity Skin The inner lining Infinity Skin gives a feeling of absolute freedom. The lining consists of a highly elastic nylon base with bamboo fibres and results in a particularly high elasticity of the neoprene with every stroke of the arm. The fabric maintains body temperature longer and prevents both unpleasant body odour and the formation of bacteria in the neoprene. In addition, it is made of natural, sustainable materials which at the same time prevent skin irritation and protect the environment.