Quintana Roo Hydrofull Triathlon WetsuitItem #: QR10002 Usually ships the next business day
Regular Price: $399.99Sale Price: $99.99 You Save 75%
The Quintana Roo Hydrofull is a better suit than the QR Superfull was three years ago and comes in at an incredible price for the technology. Not only have many of the technologies and materials improved, but the fit of Quintana Roo Wetsuits has been dialed in near perfect. A great deal of product testing across the country ensures that the Hydrofull not only looks great, but fits well and eliminates excess material. QR's team searched for individuals with different builds to help dial in the fit for our suits better than ever. This year's Superfull and Hydrofull have improved cuffs that are more comfortable and help keep water from entering the suit. These innovations keep your suit feeling like a second skin that moves easily along with you. Not only has the paneling been updated for improved fit, but the shoulder and chest panels are constructed with Yamamoto Type 39 Neoprene for the freedom of movement you might expect in a $600 wetsuit. The Hydrofull is built around QR's patented Virtual Pull Buoy ("VPB") system. Once you try it, you will understand it. Being able to rotate on your axis in the water makes you swim faster, with less effort. What does that mean? It means you burn fewer calories and keep your hear rate lower while getting through the water faster. It means that you swim with greater economy than without a wetsuit. It means that with the Quintana Roo Hydrofull Triathlon Wetsuit you will get into T1 faster than you ever thought possible.
Shipping weight: 4.0 lbs.
- Breakaway Zipper: Gives you release from the suit with one simple pull of the zipper cord. The zipper teeth are uniquely designed to allow separation of the sipper to travel the full length of the zip in milli-seconds.
- Virtual Pull Buoy: Improves buoyancy and stability which keeps your body rotation and alignment in the most efficient position. With buoyancy located around the center rotation line of the body, the VPB aids a more centralized roll and reduces off centerline movement of the hips and legs.
- 1st Metatarsal Release System: Super flexible material was used at the point where the widest part of the ofot exits the suit to ensure you don't give back any time in transition.
- Yamamoto 39 in shoulders and chest
- Highly buoyant
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Shipping weight: 4.0 lbs.
April 4, 2011
I used this wetsuit in a sprint triathlon last weekend and felt as if I was being strangled in the water. The collar was pressing down on my windpipe preventing me from taking in sufficient air. As a result, I was exhausted when I exited the water. Also, the wetsuits zipper was sticky. I could not pull it up by myself. I could have overlooked this detail if not for the neck issue. I have a small frame so the problem was not that my neck is too thick. After the race I brought the suit to a tri store and they confirmed that it was the correct size, but I may need to try a brand with a lower collar. On the flip side, the suit seems to be very well made and was very easy to put on without the use of body glide. I wish it would have worked out because it is a great looking,high quality suit.
Pros:Great looking, Sturdy
Cons:Neck too restrictive, Difficult To Use
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