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06/24/2017 Do these let the water in through the fabric slower than regular swim shorts... as in more like a wet suit? Edit
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Yes, these are made from neoprene, so they will not have as much ventilation/permeability as swimsuit materials.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 06/24/2017
11/25/2015 Are they legal for heated pool swim triathlons ? Edit
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I don't see why these wouldn't be legal for heated pool swim triathlons. But you would have to check with the rules and regulations.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 11/28/2015
08/20/2015 what is the difference between the ROKA shorts. All three are on sale now and Im considering the comp or elite but can''t tell the difference between them Edit
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The main differences between the comp & elite are as follows:
Elite: 5mm Yamamoto SCS #38 Neoprene
Elite: Nano SCS Coating: Hydrodynamic silicone coating for dynamic buoyancy.

Comp: 5mm Yamamoto #38 Smoothskin Neoprene.
Comp: SmoothSkin: For chafe-free comfort and warmth.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 03/10/2016