In this post you can find information about the Rocket Science Sports Rocket One wetsuit – description and key features from the manufacturer website plus added reviews and experiences from users.
Description of One Wetsuit
The manufacturer Rocket Science Sports description of One: “This entry-level wetsuit features a comfortable neckline as well as ankle and wrist openings designed to keep water out but come off easily in T1. Shoulder flexibility is not sacrificed at all while the 3mm thickness in the core and upper legs keeps the body in a natural swimming position. The ONE wetsuit is appropriate for short or long-distance swims and is flexible for whatever swim stroke you choose.”
One is for an entry-level wetsuit. Models are available for men and women. Standard manufacturer price €149 ($175). Purchase option by affiliate: Amazon.
Key Features of One Wetsuit
- T-shirt like collar design to maximize comfort across the neck.
- Yamamoto #38 Neoprene.
- YKK Zippers (regular).
- Chlorine Resistant.
- Composition: 50% Neoprene, 30% Nylon, 20% Elastane.
Reviews about One Wetsuit
Here I gathered different reviews about One wetsuit from different sources. In doing that I hope it will help you form your impression about the One wetsuit.
Review on the “Triathlete” website, dated August 12, 2019.
Short summary: Testers’ only issue was the Velcro strap at the neck was small and tended to come apart while swimming.
Rocket Science Sports official website – rocketsciencesports.com
My post “Triathlon Wetsuits – Materials and Technologies”
Website of “Triathlete” – triathlete.com
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Are your wet suits latex free?
Yes, this wetsuit is latex free. It’s composition: 50% Neoprene, 30% Nylon, 20% Elastane.
I haven’t come accross a wetsuit which has latex in it. I assume it’s because latex is not so flexible and strechable.