In this post you can find information about the Quintana Roo HYDROfive wetsuit – description and key features from the manufacturer website plus added reviews and experiences from users.
Description of HYDROfive wetsuit
The manufacturer Quintana Roo description of HYDROfive: “Evolved from the same technology used to create the Quintana Roo HYDROsix, the all-new HYDROfive triathlon wetsuit sets the bar for high-performance swim gear against the competition. Engineered with purposeful panel cuts and high-quality technical Stretch materials, the HYDROfive enhances your swim for optimal hydrodynamics, buoyancy, performance, and speed at an equally efficient price.”
HYDROfive is a mid range wetsuit. Models available for men and women. 1.5mm neoprene in shoulders and rib cage, 5mm in chest and 5mm in legs. Standard manufacturer price €435 ($470).
Key Features of HYDROfive Wetsuit
- Premium Yamamoto Neoprene | Type 39 & 40 Throughout the Suit
- Hydrodynamic Buoyancy Profile for Maximum Efficiency
- Functional Panel Cuts & Strategic Seam Placement
- Strategic Seam Placement
- SCS Nanocoating
- Comfort Seal Neck Design
- Forearm Catch Panels
- Irritation-Free Contact Material
Reviews about HYDROfive Wetsuits
Here I gathered different reviews about Quintana Roo HYDROfive wetsuits from different sources. I hope it will help you form your impression about the Quintana Roo HYDROfive wetsuits.
Review on the “Triathlete” website, dated October 11, 2019.
Short summary: The mid-range wetsuit has the same cut and many of the same features as the HYDROsix, but with fewer panels of super flexy (and more expensive) neoprene.
Quintana Roo wetsuit official website – quintanarootri.com.
My post “Triathlon Wetsuits – Materials and Technologies”
Website of “Triathlete” – triathlete.com