The MACH3S.7 – Our most popular wetsuit is rich with advanced features
The MACH3S.7 is a great choice for the serious athlete. Utilizing advanced materials such as 0.7mm Duraflex™ under arms construction and 44Cell stability panels. Glideskin™ Technology and AquaGrip™ further adds to the improved performance of this wetsuit.
• 0.7mm patented DuraFlex™ under arms
• 2.0mm arms construction
• 5mm 44Cell stability panels
• Super light 44Cell HBF-Limestone neoprene™
• GlideSkin™ surface coating
• Unique neck closure
• 2.0mm AquaGrip™ panels
• YKK stainless steel bottom-up runner zipper
FLEXIBLE 0.7MM UNDER ARMS & 2.0MM ARMS AND SHOULDERS
Ultra thin 0.7mm Duraflex™ neoprene reinforced with an UltraFlex™ lining under arms and 2.0mm HBF-Limestone neoprene for the arms and shoulders construction gives the swimmer a 360° rotation of the arm with little resistance, allowing the swimmer to reach further with less effort. This benefit is multiplied as it reduces upper body fatigue over longer distances.
STABILITY PANELS: 5MM
Made from HBF-Limestone neoprene, these stability panels help you adopt the ideal swimming position in the water.
UNIQUE NECK CLOSURE
The velcro closure on the rear is reversed so in the event the suit is closed incorrectly, only the soft material touches the skin.
DOUBLE FRONT COLLAR: 2 X 1 MM
A double layer GlideSkin front collar prevent water ingress and allows movement that limit skin friction.
AQUAGRIP™ PANELS: 2.0MM
Grip panels on the inside of the forearms and on the shins. The deep ridges in the grip panels reduce water turbulence and increase the surface area, leading to better propulsion around the forearms and lower legs.
UPPER CHEST PANEL 3.0MM
This panel allows extra freedom of movement to the arm during the stroke.
The world’s #1 zipper brand is utilized with a stainless steel runner. The zipper runs in a bottom-up configuration.
LOWER LEG AQUA GRIP PANEL: 3.5 MM
The MACH3S.7 is equipped with Aqua grip panels on the shin. The ridges in the grip panels ensure low water turbulence, creating better propulsion around the forearms and lower legs. This ensures a stronger arm and leg stroke and therefore a more effective swimming stroke.