OWSwim 4/3 mm Men's Neoprene Open Water Swimming Suit for Cold Water



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Made for regular swimmers who swim in pools or outdoors, in a water temperature of between 14°C and 18°C
Swimming suit designed with 4 mm neoprene on the torso and legs, to protect the body from the cold, and 3 mm on the arms and shoulders, for excellent freedom of movement.
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Freedom of movement3 mm stretch neoprene shoulders enabling free shoulder rotation
Thermal insulation4 mm neoprene on the torso and legs for swimming in water between 14°C and 18°C
Buoyancy3 mm / 4 mm neoprene for optimal buoyancy
Easy dressingFlexible neoprene at the extremities making it easier to remove the suit
Glide performanceFull Glide-Skin neoprene: to minimise water drag
Sun protectionOpen water swimming suit for protection from UV rays
Warranty2 Years
Technical Informations

Recommendations for use:
To avoid rubbing at the neck and other areas, apply Vaseline or a mixture of 50% Vaseline and 50% Lanolin.
AQUATHERMIC technology:
AQUATHERMIC components integrate thermal features to reduce thermal shock when entering the water, and also reduces the duration and intensity of the wind chill effect* when getting out of the water. It also improves body thermal insulation from the outdoors to enable you to swim longer in cold conditions.
Thermal shock:
The physical and elastic properties of AQUATHERMIC materials help to provide swimmers with a second skin. This second skin slows down water penetration and therefore thermal shock when getting into the water.
Thermal insulation:
Moreover, AQUATHERMIC components retain a thin layer of water between the skin and the fabric that will naturally warm up with body heat.
Reducing the windchill effect*:
Lastly, our AQUATHERMIC components absorb very little water from the outer garment's surface, providing a windproof effect. The dual action of windproofing and quick drying reduces the amount of time and the intensity of evaporation of the water retained on the garment's surface, which otherwise makes you shiver when you get out of the pool.
*Windchill effect:
Rapid and prolonged drop in body temperature caused by the evaporation of excess water retained on the surface of a wet garment. The colder and stronger the wind, the more intense the evaporation and therefore the greater the feeling of cold. The greater the quantity of water absorbed by the fabric's outer surface layer, the longer the evaporation and therefore the longer the feeling of cold will last.
SIZEFrom 10 to 18
Information / Concept / Technology
Main fabric : 90.0% Rubber - Chloroprene (CR) - Neoprene, Main fabric : 10.0% Polyamide (PA)

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Stockage Tips
Store swim suit in a dry place.

Maintenance Tips
Rinse open water swim suit with clean water after each use and leave out to dry (preferably away from sunlight).
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