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TYR Women's Hurricane Freak of Nature Triathlon Wetsuit

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  • Tear down boundaries, set records, and push your limits. The TYR Hurricane Freak of Nature Wetsuit is made entirely of Yamamoto 40-cell SCS coated neoprene. This ultra buoyant, stretchy and hydrodynamic material allows unrestricted movement through your swim stroke. No corner was cut in the design of the revolutionary Freak of Nature.

    Buy This Suit If:

    You seek a top-quality, all-around exceptional triathlon wetsuit.

    Neoprene Composition

    • Chest, Core, and Legs: 5mm Nano SCS-Coated Yamamato #40.
    • Neoprene thickness ranges throughout suit up to 5mm.
    • 100% 40-cell Nano SCS-Coated Yamamato:
            - Allows for a stretch over 7x its static state.
            - Exceptionally buoyant Nano SCS-coated rubber.
            - Sleek, hydrodynamic design.


    • Top-of-the line, industry-leading technology for ultra-competitive triathletes.
    • 360° stabilization system targets specific muscle groups to sustain core strength for long swims.
    • V-GCP™ Technology: Flattens the forearm for greater pull and maximizes your power in each stroke.
    • Range-of-Motion Zones: Meticulously calculated and calibrated to allow for the maximum range-of-motion.
    • Speed Wrap Paneling: For optimal body positioning and for reducing drag.
    • Elevation Panels: Offers perfect body positioning in the water for optimal stroke efficiency.
    • Quick-Release Ankle Cuffs: For fast, easy transition.
    • Form-Fitting Wrist Cuffs: Prevents water intake while maximizing energy output.


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  • 7/30/2013 freak of a waste of money!!!!

    rating star By jkc

    after ONE USE ONLY, the wetsuit let in so much water, it felt like i was carrying another person through the water! water was POOLING in the arms AND the legs!!! as if IRONMAN competitions weren't hard enough!!! SAVE YOUR MONEY!!!! orca makes a way better product for only $200

    new york, ny

    Size: Feels true to size

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Founded in Southern California in 1985, TYR™ has since developed a reputation for high-quality products and equipment. TYR competition swimwear and triathlon gear have been a dominant force in their respective industries. The company is also known for its TYR goggles, swim apparel, triathlon wetsuits and a wide variety of swimming equipment.

TYR was the first company to introduce a pair of goggles designed to fit a woman's face (the TYR T-72). TYR was also responsible for the famous red bathing suits featured on the hit television series "Baywatch." TYR consults with current and former athletes when developing its products. Swimmers know that TYR is a leader in swimsuits, warm-up suits, and swim training equipment. The TYR Tracer Series is one of the most advanced technical suit lines on the market. The TYR Hurricane wetsuits and the TYR Torque collections include top-of-the-line suits for the competitive swimmer.

TYR has also moved into competitive running equipment. From running shirts to shorts, its apparel is designed with the runner in mind. Built with moisture wicking fabric and antimicrobial material, TYR running apparel is designed to give the athlete the most comfortable, dry clothing on the market.

The name "TYR" is derived from the Norse god of warriors, who is said to have embodied victory and glory. Much the same can be said about the athletes who started TYR. Executive Vice President, Steve Furniss, was an Olympian who competed in the 1972 and 1976 Summer Games, and captained the 76th U.S. Olympic Swim Team.