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Nineteen Men's Rogue Fullsleeve Triathlon Wetsuit

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SKU: Rogue12
Product Code: 34141

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    The Nineteen Women's Rogue Wetsuit took five years of careful planning and development. The attention to detail is evident in its quality, making it one of the fastest, most comfortable wetsuits on the market.

    Buy This Suit If:

    You seek a high performance, top-of-the-line wetsuit.

    Neoprene Composition

    • Arms/Shoulders: 2mm Nano-SCS coated Yamamoto neoprene.
    • Neck & Underarm: 1.5mm Nano-SCS coated Yamamoto neoprene.
    • Chest: 5mm Nano-SCS coated Yamamoto neoprene.
    • Back: 3mm Nano-SCS coated Yamamoto neoprene.
    • Hips & Legs: 5mm Nano-SCS coated Yamamoto neoprene.
    • Calves: 1.5mm Nano-SCS coated Yamamoto neoprene.


    • Uncollar++: Prevents water-entry and ensures comfort.
    • CSC Exoskeleton: Offers core stability and compression.
    • WingSpan Elite: Delivers a performance, proprietary pattern for an optimal fit.
    • Catch Paddles: For a natural feel for the water.


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  • 4.5 star rating (2 Reviews)

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  • 3/19/2015 Floats like a cork

    rating star By Drgoodtooth

    The most notable feature of this wet suit is how ridiculously buoyant it is. The peculiar feature is that the zipper is upside down. This somehow was supposed to be a selling point, but unless you are very flexible and patient, you must have someone to zip you up, or down, as it is. This is quite odd, because it has never been a big deal to get a zipper down after a race. I was a bit disappointed in how restrictive the shoulder felt because the material is so thin in this area to allow greater, unrestricted range of motion. I may not have had it pulled all the way up though. Is it faster? Not sure yet. This was my first open water swim and my time was slower compared to last year, even though my pool time is much faster.


  • 8/25/2014 What a big difference!

    rating star By PA

    I use this suit for crawl fitness swimming in a brackish sound and have put about 12k on it. (I am not a tri person.) I am coming from a well broken-in entry-level aqua sphere suit that is a few years old (50k+).  I am in shock about how much a difference this new wetsuit makes in my times, comfort and enjoyment of workouts. When I first got it, I was concerned that I had ordered too small. (I got the S size and am on the boarder of the manufacturers S to SM sizing transition.)  After about 5 on-off cycles I learned how to get the lower arm and calf panels in place easily with good slack in the upper arms/shoulders and thighs/butt and the material also gave a little so the fit is snug and flexible with very little water entry. I do need to watch out for neck chafing, which is manageable, and I get a little new lower lumbar soreness on longer swims (2k+). Things to note: Virtually *no* constraining resistance to arms or kick; buoyancy configuration works really well meaning better feel for crawl stroke reach and catch, easier breath lifts and in-water profile control; surface sheds water very quickly; I see no durability issues at this stage. While I do not entirely trust my swim watch readings and I have gotten stronger over the season, however after mid-season change to this suit I am getting noticeably faster pace readings and more importantly - the snake oil factor - I think of this suit as more of an enabling than a detracting factor while swimming, (in comparison to what I left, it is now *really* about my technique and endurance!). The down-pull zipper works well once you get used to it and the suit has given a bit over the upper back yoke making it easier to align and pull the strap down; no experience of zipper ripping inner flap, but do mind the neck tab and zipper flap laying properly to avoid gripping. Only thing I miss is a key pocket, which I may make a pimping project. If you are shopping in this price range, I believe it is safe to say that this produce is worth careful consideration. It has top results in many tri-oriented reviews, which my own experience bears out in practice. FYI - If you are mostly going to do breast stroke, test first as it is not comfortable for me in this suit, (and of no concern in my case).  Another point to consider, if you are swimming in boarder-line warm conditions already, this suit may become too hot.  I find it to absorb more solar heat and retain body heat better than what I came from, meaning that at water temps greater than 18C and sun, the suit is way too warm.


    Size: Feels true to size

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