Full-body wetsuits are not your thing? You love absolute and unrestricted freedom of movement in the shoulders and arms, but you appreciate the confidence and performance boost of a wetsuit, even in warm water? Then a sleeveless wetsuit is the perfect solution for you. The sailfish Rocket 3 combines all your swimming needs and desires into this prime example of innovative thinking. This sleeveless wetsuit closes the insulation and buoyancy gap between the classic full-body wetsuit and our swimskins.
Balanced buoyancy on torso and legs
Speedflex neoprene provides a balanced degree of buoyancy so you can experience confidence-giving support in the open water without losing self-determination over water position and technique.
The right mix of neoprene thicknesses
Chest and hips receive the strongest support with 5mm of neoprene exactly where it’s needed most. At the thigh, buoyancy is enhanced with 3-4mm of neoprene without hindering leg-kick mobility or adding too much lift in the water. On the lower leg, 2-4mm deliver the flexibility needed in the transition zone and the mobility and buoyancy during swimming.
Robust and fast
Whether you’re in a crowded starting field, in a training group or alone in the open water, you can always rely on your Rocket 3. Its rugged construction stands up to any challenge you put it through. Hydro Coating provides an even smoother surface, further reducing drag in the water. You’ll swim faster for longer because more of your power is converted to propulsion instead of getting lost between the suit and the water.
Stability in the suit – stability in the water
A stable water position ensures a flatter silhouette and minimises loss of power and speed through unintentional changes in position. We deliver the basis for this stability with the Stability Torso. The hips in particular often tend to move sideways, which is why we’ve also integrated our Hip Panel into this sleeveless wetsuit. The Straight Line Panel completes the essential features in terms of safety and stability by further stabilising the hips and making it significantly easier to swim a straight course.
With the sailfish sizing charts and a few important information we help you to chose the right size. Your size depends on the body weight and body height. If you are between two sizes, the body weight is the determining factor.
SIf you are not sure about your choice, please contact our team that is happy to help you. You can contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 06157/40 21 770.
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How to put on a wetsuit
To get the most out of your wetsuit, it needs to be properly tightened. We have prepared a little guide for you here.