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Mens Ultimate IPS Plus 3
Mens Ultimate IPS Plus 3
maximum flexibility, maximum buoyancy, triathlon competition
€975.00
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Womens Ultimate IPS Plus 3
Womens Ultimate IPS Plus 3
maximum flexibility, maximum buoyancy, triathlon competition
€975.00
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Womens G-Range 8
Womens G-Range 8
maximum flexibility, natural swimming experience, triathlon competition
€775.00
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Mens G-Range 8
Mens G-Range 8
maximum flexibility, natural swimming experience, triathlon competition
€775.00
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Womens One 7
Womens One 7
good flexibility, strong buoyancy, training and competition
€675.00
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Mens One 7
Mens One 7
good flexibility, strong buoyancy, training and competition
€675.00
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Mens Attack 7
Mens Attack 7
good flexibility, medium buoyancy, training and competition with FINA certification
€500.00
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Womens Attack 7
Womens Attack 7
good flexibility, medium buoyancy, training and competition with FINA certification
€500.00
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Mens Rocket 3
Mens Rocket 3
sleeveless, medium buoyancy, training and openwater wetsuit
€390.00
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Womens Rocket 3
Womens Rocket 3
sleeveless, medium buoyancy, training and openwater wetsuit
€390.00
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Mens Ignite
Mens Ignite
The new Ignite is the outdoor swimming wetsuit that convinces with high quality...
€299.00
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+ free Buoy
Womens Ignite
Womens Ignite
The outdoor neoprene suit that will inspire you not only with its generous freedom of...
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Current Max
Current Max
Our jammer with extra buoyancy.
€100.00
Current Med
Current Med
The wearable pullbuoy.
€75.00

Triathlon Wetsuit

The sailfish wetsuits are swimming suits especially for triathlon. The wetsuits basically differ in their different characteristics, in wetsuit men and wetsuit women, as well as in wetsuit long and wetsuit short. Therefore, not every model is suitable for every athlete. Basically, a triathlon wetsuit is differentiated in terms of flexibility, buoyancy and gliding properties. A sailfish wetsuit stands for premium class and outstanding quality, made to make you faster in the swim.

When should I buy a triathlon wetsuit?

A wetsuit is particularly suitable for swimmers and triathletes who want to protect themselves from the cold in the water, but also to maintain buoyancy or propulsion. In general, wetsuits provide an improved water position, which should make the athlete faster. In addition, the swimming costumes have a hydrophobic (water-repellent) coating that lets you move faster through the water. In combination with the improved water position thanks to buoyancy, a wetsuit provides you with fast swimming times in competition as well as in training.

Wetsuit water temperature, when is it allowed to wear a wetsuit and when not?

Swimming with a triathlon wetsuit at temperatures below 15 or 16 degrees should only be done by experienced swimmers. In competition, wetsuits are compulsory for all participants at temperatures below 15.9 degrees. At temperatures up to 21.9 degrees for swims up to 1,500m and 24.5 degrees for longer swims. It is allowed to wear a wetsuit for swimming. Higher temperatures will result in a neoprene ban.

The right wetsuit size?

A Wetsuit Triathlon should fit correctly as this will affect swimming performance. Based on body size and weight, the appropriate size can be found in our wetsuit size chart. We have wetsuits for women as well as wetsuits for men.

Triathlon Wetsuits Womens

Größen: W-XS, W-S, W-SM, W-SML, W-M, W-L

 

Triathlon Wetsuits Mens

Größen: XS, XSL, S, SL, M, ML, ML+, L, XL

sailfish wetsuit models:


Wetsuit long: Ultimate IPS Plus, G-Range, ONE, Attack and Ignite, Atlantic.

Wetsuit short: Rocket and Pacific

Material thicknesses of the triathlon wetsuits at a glance:
Chest: wetsuit 3.5 mm to 5 mm
Thigh: wetsuit 3 mm to 4.5 mm
Arm/shoulder: wetsuit 1.5 mm
Lower leg: wetsuit 2 mm to 4.5 mm


Which wetsuit to swim in and at what temperature?

Our wetsuits have a maximum material thickness, limited by ITU regulations, of up to 5 mm in the chest area. Therefore, we do not recommend swimming with a wetsuit in freezing water (temperatures below 15 or 16 degrees). Hardy swimmers can use neoprene accessories (head and foot coverings) as additional protection against the cold.

How should I wash wetsuits?

For hygienic reasons, a wetsuit should be cleaned after swimming, because salt or chlorinated water attack the material over time. It is sufficient to rinse it with water after swimming and wash it once a week with our Wetsuit Protect, a mild cleaning product for maintenance.

Put on the wetsuit, step by step:

  • Turn the wetsuit inside out at the beginning to protect the outer layer of material.
  • Spread the suit out in front of you so that the sailfish logo is facing the ceiling.
  • Step into the leg sections alternately
  • Roll the wetsuit up the legs to the hips
  • IMPORTANT: Pull the leg sections up so far that it sits flush with the crotch.
  • Get into the arm sections alternately
  • Carefully pull the sleeves up, piece by piece.
  • IMPORTANT: Pull the sleeves up so that the wetsuit is under the armpits and not under tension with the arms spread out.
  • Now close the zip upwards over the shoulder with the help of the cord.
The sailfish wetsuits are swimming suits especially for triathlon. The wetsuits basically differ in their different characteristics, in wetsuit men and wetsuit women, as well as in wetsuit long...
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Triathlon Wetsuit

The sailfish wetsuits are swimming suits especially for triathlon. The wetsuits basically differ in their different characteristics, in wetsuit men and wetsuit women, as well as in wetsuit long and wetsuit short. Therefore, not every model is suitable for every athlete. Basically, a triathlon wetsuit is differentiated in terms of flexibility, buoyancy and gliding properties. A sailfish wetsuit stands for premium class and outstanding quality, made to make you faster in the swim.

When should I buy a triathlon wetsuit?

A wetsuit is particularly suitable for swimmers and triathletes who want to protect themselves from the cold in the water, but also to maintain buoyancy or propulsion. In general, wetsuits provide an improved water position, which should make the athlete faster. In addition, the swimming costumes have a hydrophobic (water-repellent) coating that lets you move faster through the water. In combination with the improved water position thanks to buoyancy, a wetsuit provides you with fast swimming times in competition as well as in training.

Wetsuit water temperature, when is it allowed to wear a wetsuit and when not?

Swimming with a triathlon wetsuit at temperatures below 15 or 16 degrees should only be done by experienced swimmers. In competition, wetsuits are compulsory for all participants at temperatures below 15.9 degrees. At temperatures up to 21.9 degrees for swims up to 1,500m and 24.5 degrees for longer swims. It is allowed to wear a wetsuit for swimming. Higher temperatures will result in a neoprene ban.

The right wetsuit size?

A Wetsuit Triathlon should fit correctly as this will affect swimming performance. Based on body size and weight, the appropriate size can be found in our wetsuit size chart. We have wetsuits for women as well as wetsuits for men.

Triathlon Wetsuits Womens

Größen: W-XS, W-S, W-SM, W-SML, W-M, W-L

 

Triathlon Wetsuits Mens

Größen: XS, XSL, S, SL, M, ML, ML+, L, XL

sailfish wetsuit models:


Wetsuit long: Ultimate IPS Plus, G-Range, ONE, Attack and Ignite, Atlantic.

Wetsuit short: Rocket and Pacific

Material thicknesses of the triathlon wetsuits at a glance:
Chest: wetsuit 3.5 mm to 5 mm
Thigh: wetsuit 3 mm to 4.5 mm
Arm/shoulder: wetsuit 1.5 mm
Lower leg: wetsuit 2 mm to 4.5 mm


Which wetsuit to swim in and at what temperature?

Our wetsuits have a maximum material thickness, limited by ITU regulations, of up to 5 mm in the chest area. Therefore, we do not recommend swimming with a wetsuit in freezing water (temperatures below 15 or 16 degrees). Hardy swimmers can use neoprene accessories (head and foot coverings) as additional protection against the cold.

How should I wash wetsuits?

For hygienic reasons, a wetsuit should be cleaned after swimming, because salt or chlorinated water attack the material over time. It is sufficient to rinse it with water after swimming and wash it once a week with our Wetsuit Protect, a mild cleaning product for maintenance.

Put on the wetsuit, step by step:

  • Turn the wetsuit inside out at the beginning to protect the outer layer of material.
  • Spread the suit out in front of you so that the sailfish logo is facing the ceiling.
  • Step into the leg sections alternately
  • Roll the wetsuit up the legs to the hips
  • IMPORTANT: Pull the leg sections up so far that it sits flush with the crotch.
  • Get into the arm sections alternately
  • Carefully pull the sleeves up, piece by piece.
  • IMPORTANT: Pull the sleeves up so that the wetsuit is under the armpits and not under tension with the arms spread out.
  • Now close the zip upwards over the shoulder with the help of the cord.
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