Zoot Women's Wahine Wetsuit

IDR 4,999,000.00

Cicilan 0%

3 Bln 1.666.400/Bln

6 Bln 833.200/Bln

12 Bln 416.600/Bln

<div id="tabDescription" class="box-open"> <div class="bem-content"> <p>Flexibility and flotation, the Wahine 1 is part of the 2017 series of wetsuits from Zoot. Designed, tested and built to give swimmers their strongest and most powerful swim in their wetsuit.</p> </div> <div class="bem-well--pdp"> <h3>Top Features of the Zoot Women's Wahine 1 Wetsuit</h3> <div class="bem-content"><dl><dd>Yamamoto #38</dd><dd>GLIDEflex</dd><dd>AQUAlift</dd><dd>OKD</dd><dd>Water tight neck with SCS double closure</dd></dl></div> </div> <div class="bem-well--pdp"> <h3>Product Data</h3> <table class="bem-table"> <tbody> <tr class="bem-table__row"><th class="bem-table__title">Intended Use:</th> <td class="bem-table__data-column">Intermediate</td> </tr> <tr class="bem-table__row"><th class="bem-table__title">Wetsuit Type:</th> <td class="bem-table__data-column">Full Sleeve</td> </tr> </tbody> </table> </div> <div class="bem-content"> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><b>AQUAlift</b></span></p> <p>The AQUAlift buoyancy panels in the lower core and rear raise the legs and torso to put the body in the most effective swimming position for maximum power and speed.</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><b>GLIDEflex</b></span></p> <p>Grooved panels of thin neoprene increase the strength of the wetsuit for maximum lung expansion and unrestricted extension.</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><b>OKD</b></span></p> <p>Zoot’s proprietary leg patterning works with the anatomy of the swimmers legs to increase kick velocity, frequency and efficiency. The unique pattern reduces leg muscle fatigue allowing for a stronger kick throughout the entire swim. </p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><b> </b></span></p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;"><b>Zoot Wetsuits</b></span></p> <p>Zoot’s obsession with finding the best balance of flexibility and flotation began in 2007 with the birth of the Zenith WetZoot. The Wikiwiki, Wave and Wahine series has the perfect balance of flexibility and flotation.</p> <p>For the best relationship between the swimmers body and the water, they’ve used the latest technology to perfect stroke. Body roll, body position and overall hydrodynamics.</p> <p>Zoot strive to help swimmers have their strongest and most powerful swim in their wetsuits.  </p> <p> All of Zoots wetsuits are constructed of premium 100% Yamato neoprene, the Wikiwiki neoprene profile is Yamamoto #40 FLEXlift Yamamoto SCS Aerodome FLEXskin 0.5 and finished with a hydrodynamic finish. </p> <p>All of Zoot's wetsuits also feature AQUAlift buoyancy panels which raise the swimmers legs and torso in the water for increased power and speed</p> </div> <div class="bem-content"></div> <div id="spec" class="bem-content"></div> <div class="bem-content"> <h3>About Wetsuits</h3> <p>Modern triathlon wetsuits were invented by Dan Empfield in 1987 and are customized to the needs of triathletes, they generally incorporate the following key features which differentiates them from a normal wetsuit. 1, Thinner and/or more pliable rubber near the shoulders. 2, Long zippers to facilitate quick removal during transition. In addition, tri wetsuits have a very smooth, but often fragile, surface. This slick surface helps to reduce water friction and allows a faster swim. Another advantage of a tri wetsuit is the added buoyancy that the wetsuit provides, this can provide triathletes with a considerable speed and energy saving advantage over swimming without a suit.</p> </div> <div class="bem-content"> <h3>About the Zoot brand</h3> <p>1983... BORN IN KONA. Founded in Kona, Hawaii, the home of the Ironman Triathlon World Championships, Zoot Sports began making performance apparel that catered to elite athletes competing in the emerging sport of Triathlon. A woman by the name of Christal Nylin, who lived in Kona, noticed that the athletes competing in Ironman needed something more functional to race in. In other words, a solution to avoid having to use transition as "changing areas," and to no surprise, the same principle they strive by today: to find product solutions for multisport athletes.</p> </div> </div>