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Orca Women's 3.8 Enduro Fullsleeve Triathlon Wetsuit

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    The Orca Women's 3.8 Enduro Fullsleeve Wetsuit is the perfect way to get ahead of the competition. Designed for long-distance triathlons, this wetsuit features ultra-buoyant materials to increase stability and reduce drag, facilitating your ideal swim position. The inner stretch lining ensures a comfortable fit and exceptional range-of-motion.

    Buy This Suit If:

    You need an ultra-buoyant wetsuit for correcting swim position.

    Neoprene Composition

    • Shoulder/arms: 2mm 44-cell Yamamoto Neoprene with Nano Ice coating.
    • Torso: 3mm 44-cell Yamamoto Neoprene with Nano Ice coating.
    • Oblique: 1.5mm 40-cell Yamamoto Neoprene with Nano SCS coating.
    • Shin: 2mm 39-cell Yamamoto Neoprene with SCS coating.
    • Forearm/groin: 3mm 39-cell Yamamoto Neoprene with SCS coating.
    • Calf/hamstring/back: 4mm 40-cell Yamamoto Neoprene with Nano SCS coating and Aerodome 2 technology.
    • Quad: 5mm 39-cell Yamamoto Neoprene with SCS coating Exo-Cell technology.


    • InfinitySKN lining: For exceptional flexibility.
    • Slipstream zip: For reduced drag.
    • Low-profile neck: Minimizes water entry and reduces chafing and drag.
    • Exo-cell: For exceptional buoyancy and optimal swim positioning.
    • Silicone Hydrostroke forearm panels: For a better feel for the water.
    • 44-cell Yamamoto Neoprene panels: Offer optimal flexibility and comfort.
    • Aerodome 2 panels on leg, core, and bac: Offer optimal buoyancy for swim efficiency.
    • Nano SCS coating: For reduced drag.


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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.