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De Soto Triathlon Wetsuits

Desoto Triathlon Wetsuits are among the fastest Triathlon Wetsuits on the planet. The combination of precision construction and innovative technology make them the best in the market. The two piece design makes for a fully custom fit that you can rely on.

Innovative features:
  • Two Piece Design: Means more comfort and less restriction. Because the top and bottom are not attached, changing your stroke is not necessary. We have eliminated the torso-rubber-stretch that causes shoulder restriction, and with it, the fatigue that occurs with traditional one-piece wetsuits. The different models of tops and bottoms are sold as separates so you can customize your fit and your performance needs.
  • Pullover with zippers: Lightweight, custom-made zippers allow all Pullovers and Vest a more intuitive and faster removal.
  • Low Neckline: This feature facilitates breathing, eliminating the "first timer's choking sensation," often accompanying one-piece suits. This feature makes it easier to turn your head to breathe and to raise your head to look forward. This also reduces chafing.
  • Bio Stroke Design: When lifting your arms, your shoulders rotate forward. A wetsuit should not inhibit this motion. The Bio-Stroke Design pulls the arms forward (resembling a mummy walking) and makes swimming less confining.
  • Correct swimming position: The optimized hip flotation further lifts the hips and legs to put the body in the efficient "downhill" swimming position. We were the first wetsuit company to do so.
  • GreenGoma: Until recently, all triathlon wetsuits have been made of petroleum. De Soto is the first in the industry to introduce limestone rubber into their wetsuits. GreenGoma rubber offers better stretch, buoyancy, durability and insulation with a more closed cell injected construction making it 98.9% water impermeable. So it is lighter, dries quicker and lasts longer. The only part of the rubber that gets wet is the new stretch liner that is now made up of recycled post-consumer products.