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Zoot Women's Z Force 3.0 Sleeveless Triathlon Wetsuit

Zoot Women's Z Force 3.0 Sleeveless Triathlon Wetsuit

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SKU: Z1407004
Product Code: 7536736

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  • Zoot takes the best wetsuit features and makes them more affordable for all triathletes, new and experienced. The new Z Force 3.0 Sleeveless wetsuit has been upgraded with a new chest panel design that offers greater flexibility and a more balanced feel. The new Zero Water comfort neck panel eliminated neck constriction while stopping chafing and preventing water from getting in. This high-performance wetsuit also features the Optimal Kick Design that keeps your body in the proper, natural swim position so you don’t waste energy.

    Buy This Suit If:

    You’re on a budget and seek a hydrodynamic finish and optimal buoyancy for correct body positioning.

    Neoprene Composition

    • Front Body: 4mm Yamamoto SCS C38.
    • Back Body: 3mm Yamamoto SCS C38.
    • Center Chest: 3mm Yamamoto SCS C38.
    • Front Leg: 4mm Yamamoto SCS C38.
    • Back Leg: 3mm Yamamoto SCS C38.
    • Seat: 5mm Yamamoto SCS C38.


    • Wicks away moisture and dries fast.
    • Yamamoto GLIDEflex grooved chest panel.
    • SCS hydrodynamic finish.
    • Single-layer comfort neck closure.
    • Aqualift: Raises legs and torso for increased power and speed.
    • DORSALflex zipper: Allows the zipper to stretch with the body.
    • Optimal Kick Design (OKD): Ensures a powerful kick while swimming.
    • SCS hydrodynamic finish on front panels.
    • Gender-specific ergonomically shaped panels: Conform to body for freer movement.


    X-Small, Small, Small Tall, Medium, Large, X-Large.




Zoot Sports™ was founded in Kona, Hawaii: the home of the Triathlon World Championships. Chrystal Nylin, a Hawaiian native, recognized the need for a cross-functional suit for athletes competing in triathlons. As a solution to having to use transition as "changing areas," she sought to find product solutions for multisport athletes.

Nylin began sewing pads into run shorts, experimenting with swim fabrics, and attaching run singlets to bike shorts to eventually create the Zoot one and two-piece racesuits for triathletes competing in Ironman.

In 1996, Zoot Hawaii moved to the mainland and expanded the product line. It has now grown to be a global premier endurance sports brand, distributed across 22 countries and has introduced the first Triathlon-Specific Footwear Line. Zoot continues to draw on its history in the sport and its athletes to deliver the most comprehensive, technologically-advanced and complete multisport product line in the world.