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Orca Women's S4 Fullsleeve Triathlon Wetsuit

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    Don't be afraid to go all out in the durable, quality-constructed Orca® Women's S4 Fullsleeve Wetsuit.

    • Flexiseal neck minimizes water entry while reducing chafing and drag.
    • Slipstream zip reduces drag.
    • 39-cell Yamamoto Neoprene panels provides optimal flexibility and comfort.
    • Silicone Hydrostroke forearm panels help catch water for better pull and traction.
    • Speed transition panels allow for fast removal for quick transitions.
    • Shoulder/arm (2mm): 39-cell Yamamoto Neoprene with SCS coating.
    • Chest/shin (3mm): 39-cell Yamamoto Neoprene with SCS coating.
    • Quad (4mm): 39-cell Yamamoto Neoprene with SCS coating.
    • Hamstring/back/groin (3mm): Smoothskin Yamamoto Neoprene.
    • Forearm/calf (3mm): Neoprene Jersey Yamamoto Neoprene.


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  • 9/5/2013 Did not fit

    rating star By Stephanie T.

    According to the size chart, went with a Large. I'm 5"10 so although the overall measurements would be too big, the height put me in the Large category.
    It did not fit - in the arms, in the neck - quite tight. I'm narrow shoulders so this surprised me.
    It also came with yellowing on the sleeve - not sure where it was stored or for how long before it was sent to me. That was concerning.
    Overall, liked the material and cut of the suit. Wish it had fit.

    Stephanie T.
    Redondo Beach, CA

    Size: Feels too small

  • 6/12/2013 Great buy for the money

    rating star By TR

    After only wearing the suit once I can say there are many things I like and a few things I don't. I followed the size chart and the suit fits good, tight, but good (and they are supposed to be tight). Easy to put on and easy to get off. Keeps you warm in the water and keeps you buoyant. I got this suit for triathlons and I am thinking it will work just fine. There is a lot of flexibility in the shoulders, which I was worried about. And the top part is easy to get off while running. I do like to long zipper pull, makes getting in and out very easy. The neck was tight and felt ok when brought all extra material up towards the neck and shoulders.

    The few things I did not like were around the wrists and ankles I felt the suit could be tighter. While running in/out of the water I can feel it flex and let some water in. The same with the wrists, depending how I was swimming; freestyle I did not notice this though. There was also one moment I felt a big bubble of water around my stomach area which held me down a bit; again this did not happen when I was freestyle swimming, more so when I was trying to get a feel for the water and suit. There were times where the back of the neck of the suit was rubbing wrong on my neck, but nothing I am sure a little body glide cant handle.
    All in all, I think this is a great suit for the money, especially since I am new to the tri world. I think I am able to grow as a swimmer with this suit, and feels like it is made with good materials, so I am hoping it will last a long time.


    Size: Feels true to size

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In 1992, Scott Unsworth, a former New Zealand age-group triathlon champion, stopped competing due to a chronic back injury. Through his experience working as a swim coach, and from his first-hand experience in triathlon competition, Scott saw that the wetsuits being used by triathletes were completely inadequate for swimming, and he started a company called Performance Speedsuits Ltd.

Scott's early designs were directly inspired by his personal experience with the demands of the sport, and to this day Orca's designs and features are the direct result of working with professional athletes. In the five short years since Orca was launched in 1995 the brand was able to firmly establish itself as a favorite among the world's elite triathletes, and at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia two thirds of all triathlon competitors wore Orca Speedsuits in the swim leg of the event.

Orca products continue to be designed by and tested on athletes, not computer models, so you can be sure that the designs, materials and production techniques that go into Orca's championship-winning suits are always on the cutting edge.