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ZONE 3 WETSUITS

PUT TO THE TEST

From wetsuits for wild swimmers to race day speed suits, we put the range of Zone3 wetsuits through their paces at Brockwell Lido and Royal London Docks, as well as trying out a selection of accessories for all your outdoor swimming adventures

NON STANFORD OLYMPIAN, 2013 ITU WORLD CHAMPION AND ZONE3 ATHLETE

ZONE3 ADVANCED WETSUITS

VANQUISH £550

Swimming in the Vanquish was a dream. Although a significant investment, your money buys you an ultra-light suit with amazing flexibility and speed in the water. A one-piece shoulder and chest panel of 1.5mm neoprene is twinned with arms of just 0.3mm neoprene thickness, allowing arm recovery as close to not wearing a suit as I have experienced. 5mm neoprene on chest and core gives top buoyancy and promotes good rotation. The sides are also very flexible allowing greater freedom of movement throughout the stroke. Fabric panels on the forearms gave good feel for the water. zone3.com

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