In this post you can find information about the Orca S7 wetsuit – description and key features from the manufacturer website plus added reviews and experiences from users.
Description of S7 Wetsuit
The manufacturer Orca description of S7: “The S7 is an alternative to the 3.8 for the Progressive Swimmer. This type of swimmer needs extra buoyancy, so the S7 was designed to elevate the position of the triathlete in the water without compromising elasticity when it comes to swim strokes. The perfect tool to make sure swimming doesn’t slow you down.”
S7 is a wetsuit for the progressive swimmer (swimmer types defined by Orca – link in the “Related sites” section below). Models available for men and women. Standard manufacturer price €199 ($223). Orca S7 wetsuit purchase options by affiliates: Triathlete Sports, Amazon.co.uk and Wiggle.com.
Key Features of S7 Wetsuit
- InfinitySkn Lining for unparalleled flexibility and next-to-skin comfort
- HydroLite panels help the wetsuit come off easier, for faster transitions.
- Nano SCS coated neoprene collar
Reviews about S7 Wetsuits
Here I gathered different reviews about S7 wetsuits from different sources. I hope it will help you form your impression about the S7 wetsuits.
Review on the “Swimnetwork” website, dated December 24, 2019.
Short summary: With these wonderful qualities, this wetsuit appears resolved to ensure the most incredible water experience.
Review on the “Trigearlab” website, dated December 5, 2019.
Short summary: I recommend this product to beginner triathletes. It gives you the most for your money and with that added buoyancy, you can learn to swim better.
Review of S6 on the Youtube channel “Tri Shop”, dated September 2, 2018.
S6 review on the “Triathlete” website, dated July 29, 2016.
Short summary: The budget-minded looking for max buoyancy.
Review of S6 on the Youtube channel “Tri Review” (Spanish), dated July 16, 2016.
Orca official website Orca.com
Wetsuit division by Orca according to swim types
Website of “Swimnetwork” – swimnetwork.com
Website of “Tri Gear Lab” – trigearlab.com
Website of “Triathlete” – triathlete.com