Zone3 launches specialist wetsuit designed for breaststroke swimming

British-based Zone3 is excited to announce the launch of the game-changing Aspect Breaststroke Wetsuit, available now on The revolutionary wetsuit is set to be a must-have for many open water swimmers and was developed in response to the high volume of those searching for an option in which they can swim breaststroke with as well as front crawl. The Aspect is ready to transform your swim.

Zone3’s latest wetsuit stands out from anything else on the market and is different to the majority of other wetsuits, which are only designed for surface swimming and don’t allow for the lateral leg movement required for the breaststroke technique. Utilising a mixture of high performance Aqua-X, Smoothskin and High-Stetch Nylon panels, the Aspect is designed to allow an extended range of movement between the legs and across the chest.

Created with all things considered, Zone3’s Aspect is made from a combination of 1.5, 2 and 3mm thicknesses. This ensures the legs can stay submerged in the water and a natural breaststroke swimming position can be maintained. A combination of glued and flatlock seams allows the extra stretch in the key movement areas, while also keeping the price point as affordable as possible.

The latest wetsuit from the industry-leading triathlon brand is an open water swimming game-changer. Never has breaststroke or front crawl been so attractive. Zone3 is offering swimmers what they need, desire and deserve – adding an exciting new Aspect to open water wetsuit buying.

Aspect Breaststroke Wetsuit key features:

  • Specifically designed for breaststroke swimming.
  • Excellent warmth, comfort and flexibility.
  • High-stretch inner leg panels required for breaststroke leg kick.
  • Reduced lower leg buoyancy allows legs to stay submerged.
  • Mixture of SCS, Smoothskin and high-stretch nylon panels reduce drag.
  • Neon orange arm cuffs for visibility.
  • Easy to use downward YKK zipper.

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