Men’s Maverick Comp II Sleeveless Wetsuit
Men’s maverick Comp II Sleeveless Wetsuit is one of the best entry-level wetsuit to have ever been made and there is no doubt that it continues to get better.
It is undoubtedly the fastest, most natural-feeling entry level wetsuit on the market. It is the perfect wetsuit for beginners to make them feel at ease and comfortable in open water. And it is also the ideal choice for budget conscious athletes in getting world class technology and performance without breaking the bank.
The suits’ fit is based on years and years of hard work and experience. It provides you the ultimate comfort along with increasing your speed and improving your rotation in the water.
This wetsuit model comes with a lot of advantages which will prove to you that this one is the best in the market.
Just make sure to take the help of someone while zipping the suit up. Needing help with the zipper is a sign of a performance fit.
Women’s Maverick Comp II Sleeveless Wetsuit
This women’s sleeveless wetsuit is much more than just a wetsuit in a different color. It goes beyond the body shape differences like adding more fabric to the hips and chest area and less room in the shoulders.
Women’s Maverick Comp II Sleeveless Wetsuit has been designed after taking feedback from female pros and age-groupers with different body shapes. These suits have redefined the position of seams, reinforcing tapes and liners.
Since women have a wide range of body types than men, these suits are available in various sizes, according to different body shapes.
You don’t need to worry if a particular size will fit you or not. Because if one does not, the other one surely will. Just make sure to take help with the zipper, as you won’t be able to do it by yourself.
- Neoprene wetsuits are slightly loose in the water which means that they feel tight on the land but fits perfectly right when in water.
- It is meant to feel tight but if it constricts your breathing or shoulder movement in the water, you need to get a different size.
- Make use of
- the pads of your fingers to avoid fingernail tears.
- It takes about 10 to 12 minutes to put the suit on properly.
- Neoprene wetsuits stretch a little bit more when warmed up.