Swimrun RS1 Women Wetsuit
The combination of Yamamoto 44 in the shoulders and Yamamoto 40 in the rest of the body creates a wetsuit that will allow you to get the most out of your strokes, delaying symptoms of fatigue.
Its innovative vest-like construction allows you to open the wetsuit for increased ventilation, without having to remove it during the running portion. By eliminating the back zipper, which restricts the elasticity of your swim strokes, you can swim freely, and it will be even easier to take off the wetsuit.
The new DuraSkin 2 material on the lower body protects the suit from any abrasion caused by accessories or obstacles.
The RS1 Swimrun incorporates a back pocket with a lot of storage capacity to hold all the accessories you need, such as GPS or removable sleeves, as well as interior pockets which are ideal for storing any food you need for the race.
Neoprene can be damaged by excess salt or other chemicals such as chlorine if used in swimming pools. We recommend washing your wetsuit with plenty of water after use. A small amount of neutral pH soap can be used and then rinsed out afterwards.
Once clean, be sure to prevent it from holding on to too much moisture. Air dry it outside or in a ventilated indoor space, somewhere without direct exposure to sunlight as this can damage its materials.
Storing your wetsuit properly keeps the materials and seams from creasing and being strained for long periods of time. It also prevents the material from wrinkling, which can affect both the wetsuit's durability and appearance.
The best way to store a wetsuit is to hang it draped from its waist, so that the most delicate areas such as the shoulders and arms do not have any tension on them.
For wetsuits with very flexible shoulders, (Apex Flex or Apex Flow) it is important not to place them on a hanger from the shoulder area, as this will degrade the elasticity over time. For the rest of the models, a wide hanger can be used, as long as the wetsuit is not strained in the shoulder or neck area.