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|Blueseventy Fusion Full Wetsuit - Men's - Men's
Falling near the middle of the Blueseventy wetsuit line, the Fusion Wetsuit takes the key attributes of both the Helix and Reaction, and combines them into a far more affordable package. You still retain a full Yamamoto neoprene construction, SCS coating, and some of the thinnest, most flexible...
|Blueseventy Fusion Full Wetsuit - Women's
We consider ourselves lucky that some still believe that you needn't pay a fortune to obtain quality. And applying this ideology to the world of triathlon is the Washington-based Blueseventy. Sure, wetsuits like its Helix are amazing for anyone that's willing to spare no expense, but for those of...
|Blueseventy Helix Full Wetsuit - Men's - Men's
Unlike most hallmark wetsuits, the Blueseventy Helix Wetsuit doesn't bother itself with all of the weight and complexity that's derivative of hyper-corrective accoutrements. Instead, its focus is devoted to buoyancy, thin constructions, and most importantly, flexibility. Simply put, Blueseventy...
|Blueseventy Helix Full Wetsuit - Women's
It's rare that we find a wetsuit that knows exactly what its market needs and doesn't need. Not surprisingly, we're talking about the Blueseventy Helix Women's Wetsuit. We'll be blunt, you're not going to find any core-corrective or proprioception panels on the Helix. After all, if you're...
|Blueseventy Reaction Full Wetsuit - Men's - Men's
When it comes to gold medalists, world champions, and ironman victors, no one really touches the Washington-based Blueseventy. Just from its resume, it's easy to tell that its designs are purposeful and precise. However, its fan-favorite reception is really due to only including what you really...
|Blueseventy Reaction Full Wetsuit - Women's
If the names Gina Crawford and Lucy Hall mean anything to you, you're probably already familiar with the Washington-based Blueseventy. But, if you're not familiar with the names, perhaps you're familiar with one of its products, the Nero. Yes, the swimskin that was shortly banned from competition...