In this post you can find information about an elite level flagman HUUB Brownlee Agilis wetsuit – description and key features from the manufacturer website plus added reviews and experiences from users. Up until 2020 there were only men models of the Agilis wetsuit available, but from 2020 also a model for women is available.
Description of Brownlee Agilis Wetsuit
As the name of the wetsuit states the wetsuit is closely developed together with Alistair and Jonny Brownlee brothers. The manufacturer HUUB description of Agilis: “It has been a two-year development, two years of testing and approving with the Brownlees sitting alongside us every step of the way as our testers and developers. They accept no compromise, no “could it be better?” If it isn’t the best, then they are not interested. Listening to Alistair and Jonny has given us a suit like no other, a suit with two very simple goals: 1. Swim like they’re not wearing a wetsuit throughout the full stroke cycle; 2. Get their hips and legs as high as possible and keep them there..Thanks to the input of Alistair, Jonny and professor Huub Toussaint we are now confident in saying there is no faster wetsuit.”
Agilis wetsuit is a elite level wetsuit with Buoyancy profile 3:5 for men and 3:3 for women. It’s made from Neoprene 80%, Polymide (Nylon) 15%, Metalised Fibre 3% and Cotton 2%. Standart manufacturer price £599.99 ($900).
Key Features of Agilis Wetsuit
- Arms Neutral™ exclusive and patent-pending technology delivering totally unrivalled and unmatched Rotational Freedom™.
- HUUB’s exclusive +43™ buoyancy foam delivering 43% more buoyancy than standard neoprene.
- Designed with the Brownlee brothers extensive input.
- Highest grade neoprene.
- Breakaway Zipper for the fastest transitions.
- Pressed neck edge for comfort.
Reviews about Agilis Wetsuits
Here I gathered different reviews about Agilis wetsuits from different sources. I hope it will help you form your impression about the Agilis wetsuits.
Review on the “Triathlon Magazine Canada” website, dated April 1, 2019.
Short summary: The Agilis is not inexpensive, but it is a much smaller investment than buying an expensive bike or wheels. If you are in the market for a new wetsuit, it is worth a try.
Review on the Youtube channel “Triathlete”, dated April 25, 2019.
Review on the “220 Triathlon” website, dated October 9, 2018.
Short summary: A delicate but sublimely comfy suit with huge freedom of movement 90%.
Review on the “Tri 247” website, dated September 14, 2018.
Short summary: Extremely comfortable and should help make you quicker in the water. However, as is common with high-performance wetsuits, it comes with a high price-tag and limited durability.
HUUB official website Huubdesign.com.
My post “HUUB Brand Review”
Website of “Triathlon Magazine Canada ” – triathlonmagazine.ca.
Website of “220 Triathlon” – 220triathlon.com
Website of “Tri247” – tri247.com