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Wet suits

Might as well have a Wet suit thread....

I am taking a Tri-aquatics class and I was told the last 2 class will be in open water.
Awesome, I'm sure... But that will be the end of May!
So... Cold...
Brrr

Time to start wet suit shopping.
Anyone have advice or input?
I will be looking (think I will be) for a fresh water suit, good to 45-55 degrees.

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Might as well have a Wet suit thread....

I am taking a Tri-aquatics class and I was told the last 2 class will be in open water.
Awesome, I'm sure... But that will be the end of May!
So... Cold...
Brrr

Time to start wet suit shopping.
Anyone have advice or input?
I will be looking (think I will be) for a fresh water suit, good to 45-55 degrees.

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5mil, get ready to squeeze into one thick ass suit. you could pull it off with a 3m but youll freeze your ass off before you get warmed up.

dry suit would be the best but $$$$



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5mil, get ready to squeeze into one thick ass suit. you could pull it off with a 3m but youll freeze your ass off before you get warmed up.

dry suit would be the best but $$$$
I was gonna post um pretty much the same thing ... but you were the last person I thought would beat me to it. How come you know about wet suits? (fishing?)

I have one for surfing ... that I picked up on sale a surf shop less than $100 for a really expensive one ($400+). But I think that I've seen ones at CostCo in the past ... but its probably not gonna be there for a while.

Also its kinda up to preference but I prefer having full sleeves/pants you can get shorter ones if you want, i.e. sleeveless. But thats prob not what you want. You can also get some gloves/watershoes if you are really worried about being cold.

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You could also get one with a hood attached if you want, but IMO that's overkill. But it all depends on how well you regulate your own body temperature. You could try eating a lil differently that day if it is really cold to ensure your body can produce the extra heat while you are exercising lol ... but what do I know?

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I was gonna post um pretty much the same thing ... but you were the last person I thought would beat me to it. How come you know about wet suits? (fishing?)

Also its kinda up to preference but I prefer having full sleeves/pants you can get shorter ones if you want, i.e. sleeveless. But thats prob not what you want. You can also get some gloves/watershoes if you are really worried about being cold.
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Fat Cyclist recommends this suit.

Side note, mot of X's tri's will be in Poop Michigan, but the "Important" race will be in the Gulf of Mexico.

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+1 on the 5mm, I have an 8mm for jetskiing and that thing is great for keeping you warm but a pain in the ass to put on and take off.

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There are tons of choices for you depending on how much you're willing to spend/invest. If this is a one-time thing, then you may want to find a cheaper 5mm-7mm suit that will work for you.

If you're going to invest in something that will last you for years, and you want to be comfortable, then you owe it to yourself to try out some of the newer technologies in suits.

Henderson makes a Titanium Hyperstretch suit that is both warm and comfortable. It actually has titanium thread within the neoprene. I've worn mine in water that's down to 40 degrees (7mm), but for the warmth I'll use the dry-suit with undergarment.

There are also the gold core suits, and insta-dry suits (dries quick).

If you want some solid advice without any high pressure sales pitches, you could contact Diver Dan's Scuba Center in Kenosha (262-652-9399). They're open from 4pm-8pm. If you want, I could give you my name and they'll treat you right.

This is the shop I've done most of my training through, and I'm also in the process of becoming a PADI Divemaster. They're a good shop worth a visit. I am also a member of the Kenosha Couty Underwater Search/Rescue team, so I've seen my share of cold water while trying to stay warm/comfortable.

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How long are you going to be in the water?

The rules that apply to surf, diving, skiing/wakeboarding won't apply to a tri suit. The thickness a diver needs in 55* water will probably cause a swimmer to overheat.
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It needs to last a couple years, and have enough mobility to not be a hindrance for a 2.4 mile swim. I have a feeling (it's a feeling because I know nothing) there's a big difference between scuba suits and triathalon suits? Buoyancy help would be nice. He'll use it for the class, two big tris - one in summer and the long one in November, and hopefully he'll do a bunch of smaller, shorter ones to get used to the process of transitions and stuff so it should at least see a lot of use this year. It will not be used for diving or surfing. It should also be easy to take off (I've read that lubing your arms and legs before putting the suit on helps) for the transition to the bike.

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If this is going to be a lot a physical exersion, then a thinner suit will probably work better for temperature control, and mobility. The gold-core suits are WAY easier to put on and take off, but they cost more.

Consult a dive shop, no matter which one. They will be able to recommend a suit for your needs.

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I have a feeling (it's a feeling because I know nothing) there's a big difference between scuba suits and triathalon suits? Buoyancy help would be nice.
Exactly. A 5mm tri suit is for frigid water and still only be 5mm in the legs. The shoulder design and seals are totally different. The skin is made to interact with the water differently to reduce drag. And some do have pockets to add inserts to adjust boyency.

For a few suits with some good features and a reasonable price, check out...

http://www.wetsuit.com/store/product...e=mentriathlon

Definitely sounds like you want a full suit.
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Just ordered the Tyr Hurricane CAT5 tri suit for this year's triathlons. Yes there is a huge difference in wetsuits for diving and triathlons. Buoyancy, flexibility in the arms for swimming, ease of removal, and slick coatings for easier swimming all make a difference. I can get you the Tyr if you decide on that one.

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Just ordered the Tyr Hurricane CAT5 tri suit for this year's triathlons. Yes there is a huge difference in wetsuits for diving and triathlons. Buoyancy, flexibility in the arms for swimming, ease of removal, and slick coatings for easier swimming all make a difference. I can get you the Tyr if you decide on that one.
+1. I just got one too. Forget everything said in this thread till Ken's post. A triathlon wetsuit is different than anything for diving, surfing etc. It's more bouyant and flexible in the right places. You will actually swim worse in a non tri specific suit. If you want more info I suggest checking out:

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Btw. Don't go to a dive shop. If you want to try them on go to a tri shop. Otherwise use the tools on www.trisports.com to help you order the right suit and size. Yes different suits fit different too.

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Like clothes tri suits differ by brand so they may vary in fit...some are large some small (eg, Orcas historically fit small for their size). Check out brands like Aquaman, Zoot, Blue Seventy, Nineteen, 2XU, Orca, TYR. Also, shops rent suits too...I think Fleet Feet does? I've also seen demo days at Ohio St. Beach which is helpful. And don't forget to learn how to care for these suits before dropping $200 - $600 bucks on one. If you want read up on yamamoto rubber

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You would not be able to swim in a 7mm in a tri. I'm sure there are specialty ones like cp said.

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How long are you going to be in the water?

The rules that apply to surf, diving, skiing/wakeboarding won't apply to a tri suit. The thickness a diver needs in 55* water will probably cause a swimmer to overheat.
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Exactly. A 5mm tri suit is for frigid water and still only be 5mm in the legs. The shoulder design and seals are totally different. The skin is made to interact with the water differently to reduce drag. And some do have pockets to add inserts to adjust boyency.

For a few suits with some good features and a reasonable price, check out...

http://www.wetsuit.com/store/product...e=mentriathlon


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+1. I just got one too. Forget everything said in this thread till Ken's post. A triathlon wetsuit is different than anything for diving, surfing etc. It's more bouyant and flexible in the right places. You will actually swim worse in a non tri specific suit. If you want more info I suggest checking out:

Www.trifuel.com
Www.beginnertriathlete.com

Btw. Don't go to a dive shop. If you want to try them on go to a tri shop. Otherwise use the tools on www.trisports.com to help you order the right suit and size. Yes different suits fit different too.
I know you and Ken have a lot more tri experience than I do, but, how is what I said any different? I suggested a $200 dollar suit over a $600 suit?
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if i gave wrong advise, sorry i didnt know they made wet suits to work out in.

the kind i was referring to was ACTUALLY for free diving/scuba what ever.

but i guess there is some made for arobics

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Yep, same here. I didn't know they were that different, but that's why I figured the dive shop would know, or know who to ask. At least I know now, and if I'm ever working in the dive shop and someone asks about Tri suits, then I'll have a clue.

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I know you and Ken have a lot more tri experience than I do, but, how is what I said any different? I suggested a $200 dollar suit over a $600 suit?
We have no experience at all yet. Just a lot of big dreams and wishful thinking right now. Plus some extensive research.

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the kind i was referring to was ACTUALLY for free diving/scuba what ever.

but i guess there is some made for arobics

so carry on with your guys bad ass selfs
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I have an Orca wetsuit I use for anytime I'm not going under the thermocline. It allows for excellent mobility and should be perfect for what you are going to do.

Otherwise, for actual diving, I use a 7mm solid, with an additional 3mm hood/vest for when the temps drop. But that would be entirely too much overkill for your needs.

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Well tried my suit on last night. Pretty sure I'm gonna need a tub of Crisco to help on race day. LOTS of stretching going on. I don't think warmth is gonna be a problem.

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