PLEASE NOTE THAT IMAGE IS FOR A FULL PRICE SUIT. THIS SUIT HAS A FEW SMALL NICKS ON THE LEGS AND ONE ON THE ARMS THAT HAVE BEEN REPAIRED SO THE SUIT IS ACTUALLY AS GOOD AS NEW.
Every now and again HUUB launches something never before achieved from a challenge set by listening to our existing and potential customers. Open water swimming has taken off at a great pace, and the sport demands a suit with full smooth skin properties below $500. It wasn't easy, with the quality of production and design needed but we've mastered it and honestly believe there is no better suit at the entry level price point than the Axiom.
Axiom is our new entry-level wetsuit perfect for the beginner triathlete or leisure and training swimmer. The smooth skin neoprene helps increase your water speed with the optimum buoyancy of 3:5 for men and 3:3 for women.
Comfort is paramount, so it features our exclusive flexible low-neckline for comfortable breathing, and the super-flexible underarm panel offers freedom of movement.
Whether new to triathlon or open water swimming, you can now have a HUUB!
Neoprene 80%, Polymide (Nylon) 15%, Metalised Fibre 3%, Cotton 2%
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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.