Best-selling HUUB Aegis II suit in its unique thermal guise. With iconic races Alaskaman™ and the Isklar Norseman looming, we can never forget that these races test bodies to the extreme. So triathletes need equipment to protect them from all conditions, especially the cold.
The Aegis II thermal is a marriage of the best-selling, super flexible, award-winning suit with a new and proven thermal lining that presents an opportunity to race and train in colder temperatures while maintaining the HUUB non-wetsuit feel. Perfect for extreme triathlon events like these that HUUB are proud to support.
If you are racing to the extremes, make sure your equipment can deliver.
The thermal lining in this suit is only a thin layer, giving the suit extra warmth but without the risk of overheating. A great all-round suit for NZ conditions!
- A suit offering full smoothskin and 3:5 ratio buoyancy. Japanese smoothskin materials designed for low drag co-efficiency.
- Unrivalled 3mm neoprene for correct buoyancy level and all overbody flexibility. High stretch lining combined with thinner and more flexible outer smooth skin.
- Neoprene flexibility, thickness and stretch combination unmatched in the industry.
- Multi-panel shoulders and chest designed to allow neoprene grain stretch that conforms to body shape and stretch.
- Speed cut ankle for easy release in transition.
- Large velcro contact area for neck comfort and adjustment.
- Break-away Zipper for the fastest transition.
Newly added Low Neck Line
We know we have the most comfortable neck in the wetsuit industry. We don’t fold and stitch, we refuse to create a tourniquet of rubber to restrict breathing and flexibility... we stood alone and we will stand by this simple and effective design.
- Japanese flexible rubber
- Break away zipper
- Low line neck
- Speed cut ankles
- Exclusive 3:5 buoyancy for optimum body position
- Strategically placed high buoyancy panels to lift legs and hips
- Extra stretch panels located in high reach zones
- Optimized materials modulus for comfort and performance
When looking at the size chart, we recommend that you firstly use the weight in KG for the most accurate body fit. We suggest you choose a size based on as close to the top end of each weight as you can get. Although important in the sizing decision, height is considered as the second choice after the weight.
As an example, if you are a Male at 67kg and 6'0", we would suggest the SMT size, even though you are a little taller than that specified.
Fitting your wetsuit
It is vitally important to get a close fitting wetsuit. Once you have an optimally fitted wetsuit on it feels like a second skin which is what makes it so effective when you are in the water. But with a garment that fits so tightly, the challenge is in how to get it on without damaging the suit or chafing or trapping your skin. Adjusting the suit to fit your body comfortably so that it doesn't cause discomfort whilst you are swimming also needs a little practice.
In this video, HUUB's Dean Jackson and Slovak triathlete Richard Varga show you top tips on how to get a close fitting triathlon wetsuit onto your body and how to adjust it for performance.
Huub Breakaway Zipper Tutorial