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Maria
9 months ago.
Hi my daughter swims 100m & 200m butterfly which of your kneeskins would you recommend? In the previous races she was waring the Arena Powerskin Carbon-AIR² for 50m & 100m freestyle. Now she is a butterlfier
Thanks for the advice
Ruben
1 year ago.
hey, I´m good at backstroke and IM, which oune should I choose???
my mesurements are 75cm in the waist and 90cm in the hip, which size is the one for me??
Curran O'Donnell
5 months ago.
probably the new carbon core FX, its a mix of a sprit suit and a brestroke/ backstroke suit. Or the new carbon glide, but I would pick the FX over the glide. If you don't want to spend that much money buy a carbon flex
Connor
1 year ago.
I am Connor I am a back stroker. I am 6’1”. But I am very skinny. I just ordered a size 24 carbon flex. Is that ok?
SwimOutlet
1 year ago.
Hi Connor!

Yup, as you need flexibility and power for a backstroke.
Sahil
1 year ago.
Hi, I use a carbon flex vx, is it water repellent

Thanks.
Rinah
1 year ago.
Hi my daughter does breastroke both short and long distance but I don’t know which one to get between the carbon flex vex and the carbon air2.
SwimOutlet.com
1 year ago.
Hello Rinah,



For a breaststroker we would recommend the Carbon Flex. It will give the compression needed all while being flexible. The Carbon Flex is popular among those who do breaststroke.
Kevin
1 year ago.
Hi! My daughter swims breast, back and IM. Looking at the carbon flex for her. Her measurements are: Height (55in); Waist (26in); Torso (50in); Chest (26.5in); and Hips (28in). Would a size 22 work ok?

Thanks!
SwimOutlet
1 year ago.
Her measurements conform to size 20.
Kamilla
1 year ago.
Hello,

I am looking for a tech suit for open water swimming, the distances vary between 2 and 14km. Which one do you suggest?

Thank
SwimOutlet.com
1 year ago.
Hi Kamilla,

We recommend product codes 8160913 and 8141481. Both are FINA approved for open water use long distances.
Kylie
2 years ago.
Hello, was wondering if a carbon air or carbon flex vx would be the ideal suit for me. I swim the 100/200br 200im 200/400/800fr.
Swimoutlet.com
2 years ago.
Kylie,
Since you mostly swim short distance, we recommend the Carbon Flex as it offers more compression than the Air.
Axel
2 years ago.
Hi swimoutlet. I swim all freestyle events. Which is the best jammers for me?
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2 years ago.
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Kevin
2 years ago.
I have size 26 of arena Carbon Flex VX, now I want to buy a Carbon Ultra . What size should I buy of that ?
swimoutlet.com
2 years ago.
Hello Kevin! I would recommend you get one size up on the Arena Men's Powerskin Carbon Ultra Jammer Tech Suit Swimsuit.
Curran O'Donnell
5 months ago.
The carbon Ultra is a very uncomfttorable suit in my opinion, I would suggest the newer carbon glide or carbon air 2. The ultra is always on sale for a reason.
Nikos
2 years ago.
Hi i have a carbon flex i am 12 years old i weight 40kilos and i am 1meter and 55 cm mine suit is 55 size is it good?
SwimOutlet
2 years ago.
Hi! The carbon flex is comparable to the measurements of chest, waist, hip and torso. It would be best to take these measurements first then compare it to the size chart of the item.
Nick
2 years ago.
Hi I am a distance swimmer an i swim 200 butterfly too i have an carbon flex is it the best for those events?
Swimoutlet.com
2 years ago.
Hello Nick!
All of the carbons suits work wonder for all events. The flex offers the most compression. If you prefer compression then yes, you have the best suit for you. If you want something with less compression since you swim long distance you may want to try the Carbon Air.
Jack Khan
2 years ago.
Hi, my son is a breastroker and swims 50m, 100m, and 200m. I have a carbon flex ready to buy for him but I'm not too sure about which size to order. Therefore I'm giving you my measurements so you can suggest what size I am: Height: 174.5 cm, Waist: 75 cm, Chest: 90 cm, Hips: 87 cm, Inner Legs: 82 cm, Body length: 158cm. I hope this is enough information for you to suggest the correct size. Thanks
João
2 years ago.
Hi
I’m a distance freestyle swimmer
I have a carbon flex and I use it for those events
But my friends always tell me that I should use the carbon air
So I wanted to know which carbon is the ideal one for distance events
Swimoutlet.com
2 years ago.
Hi Joao,

We would recommend the Carbon Flex. It is best for distance freestyle swimmers.
Adam
3 years ago.
Which suite is the best for breastroke?
Swimoutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hello Adam,
All of the Arena suits work great for all swimming styles, they are not aimed towards one style specifically.
Paul
2 years ago.
Hi! I have had a Carbon Air and Carbon Pro suit and am looking to try out a different type. I am reading a lot of the reviews and the Carbon Flex really seems to stand out to me. However, I am more of a distance freestyler (500/1000/1650), but also tend to swim the 100/200 back, 100/200 breast, and 200/400 IM. Will the Carbon Flex still be ok for all of these races?
Paul
2 years ago.
Hi! I have had a Carbon Air and Carbon Pro suit and am looking to try out a different type. I am reading a lot of the reviews and the Carbon Flex really seems to stand out to me. However, I am more of a distance freestyler (500/1000/1650), but also tend to swim the 100/200 back, 100/200 breast, and 200/400 IM. Will the Carbon Flex still be ok for all of these races?
Swimoutlet.com
2 years ago.
Hi Paul!

For freestyle, the Carbon Pro would be more appropriate cause it has greater compression on the hips. Flex for breaststroke due to it's flexibility in the legs. However, the flex can be used for any stroke and would be fine for all of the races you mentioned.
Isabella
3 years ago.
I usually swim the 50, 100 and 200 free and back and the 200 IM, what suit would you recommend for me?
Swimoutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hello,
We recommend the Carbon Flex for short distance.
Marey
3 years ago.
Hi I usually race sprint freestyle, a 100 and 200 breastroke, and 200 IM. I am wondering whether I should get a closed or open back?
Swimoutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hello Marey,
This really comes down to personal preference. A closed back suit has more compression than an open back suit. Some swimmers like the compression, while others do not.
JEm Austria
3 years ago.
Hi, I swim 50,100 butterfly, 100,200 freestyle and 200IM.
Which suit is best for me to swim with
Swimoutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hello!
We suggest the Carbon Flex for short and intermediate distances.
bob
3 years ago.
I am primarily a butterflier, is the carbon flex vx a good choice for me? I swwim the 50, 100, and 200 butterfly.
Swimoutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hi Bob!
Yes, the carbon flex offers flexibility as well as compression.
Lexus
3 years ago.
I swim 50 Free,Breast,Fly,and ocassionaly 200 IM maybe 1 or 2 times.(But mostly Free,Back,and Breast.) Which one of theese would be the best for me? Another thing, what is the little tag on the back do?
Swimoutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hello Lexus,
We recommend the Carbon Flex for it's flexibility and compression. The tag on the back is a FINA approved tag. You would need a suit with this tag for any meet requiring FINA approved tech suits.
Page
3 years ago.
Is there any difference between the Carbon Flex and the Carbon Flex VX and if so what is it?
Swimoutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hello Page!
The Carbon Flex VX is an upgraded version of the Carbon Flex. The following is directly from the product page detailing what is added with the VX:
-New X-Construction provides added flexibility in under arm opening, providing enhanced shoulder mobility, range of motion, and comfort.
-Relocated anchor points along mid-back provide optimum lift for upper and lower leg tension lines and enhance body position for maximum efficiency and drag reduction.
-V-Flex System eliminates lower leg side seams, delivering maximum flexibility and range of motion in the hips and glutes.
-Allows for unrestricted flexion and extension in all directions.
Tristan
3 years ago.
I just bought the CarbonFlex pants, but it seems like they are still a bit wrinkled in the rear. However, in the front it is tight enough. Is this a problem or should I go for a smaller size?
Swimoutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hello Tristan,
If these appear loose in the rear we would suggest going down one size as these should fit tight for compression.
Luke Ngan
3 years ago.
Hello, I am preparing for a big meet. I'll be swimming the 200 meter breast, the 400 free, the 200 IM and the 400 IM. Which suit would you recommend for breast and IM? Thank you.
Swimoutlet.com
3 years ago.
Hello Luke,
The Carbon Flex is a better option for breaststroke/freestyle.
Ali
4 years ago.
I am a sprinter in every stroke. What suit would be the best option?
swimoutlet.com
4 years ago.
Hi Ali,
The Carbon Flex VX is recommended for freestyle sprinter as a mid tier tech suit.
Gracie
4 years ago.
Which closed back suit is best for sprint freestylers and backstrokers?
swimoutlet.com
4 years ago.
Hi Gracie! All our suits are designed to work with all swimming styles, it all depends on the swimmer and how much compression you want in your suit.
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