14 Triathlon Wetsuits Reviewed

  • By Shaun Guest and Jené Shaw
  • Published Jun 13, 2013
  • Updated Jul 15, 2015 at 4:04 PM UTC
Photo: John David Becker

Huub Aerious

The draw: Natural movement with lots of chest buoyancy

The neoprene stretching from hips to shoulders is incredibly flexible. It creates a feeling of natural movement for all types of swimmers. The arms are cut shorter than most, so be sure to pull the wrist openings far up the forearm so the shoulders settle. Elbow flexion is incredible and yanking the suit off in transition is easy. Swimmers with good natural body position will benefit most from the suit’s buoyancy, which is centered further toward the chest than many.

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