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ok suit for the price
Bought this suit for an Olympic+ distance triathlon. I am 5"9" and 140lb and ordered medium which fits ok. Have done a bit of training in the suit and so far, no chafing. Needed M size for my height and dont think I could use a smaller inseam. I am 36B/C and would cut out the bra if I could. The built in bra is adjustable but it is still huge, definitely room enough for 38 C or D. The suit also has decent padding in the seat.
Fit: Feels true to size
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Baggy on the legs
I am 5"5" and wear a size 12 in clothing. I ordered a large and found it baggy on the legs and not as compressive as a I would have liked on the midsection. Has a built in bra with hooks in the front that makes it easy to get on, It will fit ladies who are more busty, but I would probably wear another sports bra underneath for more support.
Fit: Feels too big
I have only swam with it, since I have not had the opportunity to run or bike with it. It feels great in the water, but the back panel is not as tight as the rest of it (although you only feel it soggy out of the water). The different fabric on the back may not harm performance but feels weird to me. The inside bra works fine but I am small chested and the extra fabric may come out under the arms. At least it looks very good on and seems to be able to work its purpose on a Sprint Triathlon. We´ll see..
SAN JUAN, PR
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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.