TYR suits are a popular long-distance choice and considering the exceptional buoyancy of the C1, it’s easy to see why. The snug fit initially felt tight across the chest but loosened up once in the water. Flexibility is impressive for what’s essentially an entry-level suit, and arm and shoulder movement are good for the price. One element that did prove divisive with testers was the suit’s high level of buoyancy. For those with sinky legs looking to conserve energy during races rather than lead out of the water, the Hurricane C1 provides a great solution. However, more naturally buoyant and balanced swimmers may come unstuck with such buoyancy, which can be uncomfortable.