This full-sleeve suit is priced less than most sleeveless ones. It is best suited for swimmers that take long, hip-driven strokes rather than those with a hyper windmill-like stroke. Elbow flexibility isn’t the best, but solid buoyancy through the entire body makes up for it. High-cut ankles and a slick inner liner make for a quick exit in transition. Sizing is ample in the torso and shoulders, best matching an athlete with a broad upper body rather than those with a runner’s build.
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