The category of 'sinky legs' exists. In fact, 85% of triathletes are not from a swim background.
Huub used research, science and reality to deliver a wetsuit that improves your speed through not only comfort and flexibility, but also by strategically placing the buoyancy where it adds benefit and isn’t detrimental to your swimming style and body make up. This we call 3:5; 3mm chest, 5mm legs.
If you reduce your frontal drag you will swim faster and more efficiently.
The HUUB Aerious 2 is the first suit focused solely on delivering a faster swim to the 85%*, no one else, just those who want to swim faster and get those legs higher in the water.
- The fastest suit on the market for sinky legs - according to HUUB
- Improved X-O Skeleton for extra buoyancy and stability
- Super flexible and buoyant neoprene
- 3:5 buoyancy to correct sinky legs
- 13% modulus improvement
- Speed cut ankles, breakaway zipper and extra stretch panels
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