The Swimrun Core is a neoprene suit specially designed for swimrun competitions and adapts to both running and swimming requirements. Thanks to the additional buoyancy on the lower torso, your legs stay on the surface of the water when swimming, without restricting your freedom of movement when running.
YAMAMOTO Yamamoto is the leading manufacturer of high performance neoprene for triathlon. Yamamoto stands for quality, technology and innovation.
39 CELL Yamamoto 39cell is a flexible smooth skin neoprene that combines good freedom of movement with high buoyancy properties. 39cell can be stretched by 513%, providing exceptional support for any movement. A great all-rounder, 39cell is used by Orca up to the middle price segment.
HYDROLITE The HydroLite fields make it easier to remove the wetsuit to enable even faster transitions. This technology, together with the SCS technology, enables better gliding behaviour when in the water without the neoprene absorbing it, which decisively improves the hydrodynamics.
INFINITY SKIN The Infinity Skin lining gives you a feeling of absolute freedom. The lining consists of a highly elastic nylon base with bamboo fibres. This leads to a particularly high elasticity of neoprene with every arm strike. The material maintains body temperature longer and avoids both unpleasant body odour and the formation of bacteria in neoprene. In addition, it is made of natural, sustainable materials that prevent skin irritation while simultaneously protecting the environment.
Removable sleeves The two removable, 2mm-thick neoprene sleeves make this suit particularly versatile: the sleeves can be removed while running and reattached for additional buoyancy when swimming.
Outside pockets The side outside pocket can be used to store the indispensable GPS device and required food.
Integrated Whistle The Swimrun Core includes the mandatory whistle for Swimrun competitions, so you can feel safe during the race and use it easily in an emergency.
Long front zipper The extended front zipper makes it easier to put on and take off the suit while also facilitating ventilation during running.