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Dare2Tri introduces the all new MACH4S . The design has remained more or less the same as the MACH4, but the S stands for Speed and Smoothness, hence the MACH4S. See more detail below.
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Dare2Tri introduces the all new MACH4S
The design has remained more or less the same as the MACH4, but the S stands for Speed and Smoothness, hence the MACH4S
The main improvements in the MACH4S are where we have paid even more attention to the smoothness of the material – and as a result the speed through the water and the speed of removing the wetsuit – than with the MACH4.
The smoothness is obtained by using a new kind of rubber and new SCS coating, the so-called Glide Skin. This coating ensures minimal water resistance and it feels even more as though you are actually gliding through the water.
Moreover, it has been proven that, as with fish, water resistance as well as shape, are naturally factors that determine velocity in the water. As humans, we do not have the shape of a fish, however, we can use the benefits of less water resistance.
Completely new are the special U-shaped Aqua grip panels, which ensure the water under the arms and legs stays there even longer, ensuring better propulsion.
Details: from collar to ankle
Use the sizing chart below to help find the right size for you.
Store your wetsuit; hang on a padded wetsuit hanger or properly fold your suit to store in a dry dark place.
If the neck or the suits feels too tight, here are a few suggestions to help you feel comfortable:
If you think your wetsuit is the wrong size, here are a few indicators that it could be too big or too small:
Swim in your wetsuit; it will expand half of a size in the water! Take advantage of your opportunity to test your wetsuit in the water before making a final purchase decision.
Your wetsuit might be too big if:
Your wetsuit might be too small if:
If the arms and/or legs are too short or long:
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