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The Women’s Maverick Pro Triathlon Wetsuit is crafted with a soft, ultra-stretchy liner and super thin Yamamoto #40 and #39 for optimal buoyancy and flexibility where you need it. The female-specific tailoring and the durable materials make for a great-fitting, comfortable, and fast triathlon wetsuit. Built to enhance side-to-side rotation, proper position, and core stability, this wetsuit is ideal for triathletes looking to maximize their swimming performance.
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ROKA sports is a triathlete company that specializes in wetsuit production. Designed to make every swim that you have faster than the one before, ROKA focuses on pure speed. The company was born in 2010 and became official in 2011 by co-founders Rob Canales and Kurt Spenser. The two co-founders are former All-American swimmers from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. They spent two years in research and design, trying on suits themselves and testing them on athletes and middle of the package groupers. They swear and stand by their suits being the fastest on the market, with Ironman World Championships behind them, they look forward to continuing to improve their suits.
Frustrated with the selection of suits that was on the market at the time, the co-founders of ROKA decided to take matters into their own hands and design suits that they themselves would enjoy wearing. They came up with the Maverick design which puts you in the fastest body position possible and facilitates proper rotation for a fast freestyle swim. One of the best features of the suit is the comfort in your shoulders during your movement as you're swimming. ROKA is committed to continually make suits that you will not only enjoy, but ones that you can be sure to take the prize in.