Roka Maverick Pro Thermal Wetsuit
Triathlon Wetsuit Reviews

Maverick Pro Thermal Wetsuit

February 22, 2020

In this post you can find information about the Roka Maverick Pro Thermal wetsuit – description and key features from the manufacturer website plus added reviews and experiences from users.

Description of Maverick Pro Thermal Wetsuit

The manufacturer Roka description of Maverick Pro Thermal: “The all-new Maverick Pro Thermal brings easy speed to colder waters. With revolutionary ARMS-UP™ construction for unlimited shoulder flexibility, RS2™ centerline buoyancy to enable proper body rotation, graduated buoyancy profile for optimal body position, and an ever-more-dialed-in pattern and fit based on years of experience, this is our fastest, warmest, most natural-feeling Maverick Pro ever. With a max thickness of 5mm, the Pro Thermal is ITU, IRONMAN & USAT legal.”

Maverick Pro Thermal is a top level wetsuit. Models  available for men and women. 1:3:5 buoyancy profile with 1.5mm up top, 3mm in the core, and 5mm in the hips and legs. Standard manufacturer price €750 ($750 on the US website)

Key Features of Maverick Pro Thermal Wetsuit

  • Patented Arms-Up technology
  • Thermal inner lining
  • Yamamoto SCS #40, #39 and Aerodome
  • Ultra-premium liner in shoulders, arms, and armpits for maximum flexibility
  • RS2 panel on outside of hips and legs encourages proper hip rotation. 5mm Aerodome centerline panel.
  • SCS Nano Coating
  • Quick Release Ankle Panels
  • Low Profile Neck
  • Independent Neck Suspension Panel
  • Ultralight stretch-woven panel for forearms
  • Premium YKK zipper

Reviews about Maverick Pro Thermal Wetsuits

Here I gathered different reviews about Maverick Pro Thermal wetsuits from different sources. I hope it will help you form your impression about the Maverick Pro Thermal wetsuits.

Review on the “Triathlete” website, dated February 21, 2020.

Short summary: For those looking for an even higher-end experience with a thermal suit patterned after Roka’s Maverick Pro, check out the Maverick Pro Thermal.

Review on the “220triathlon” website, dated March 28, 2019 (Thermal).

Short summary: A warm, buoyant and flexible cold-water pick. but the RRP limits its appeal 85%.

Review on the “Atriathletesdiary” website, dated August 29, 2018.

Short summary: The Roka Maverick Pro Thermal Wetsuit is perfect for anyone living in the north, racing in the north or racing in Europe, which is higher north than most US states.

Related sites

Roka official website

My post “Roka Brand Review”

My post “Triathlon Wetsuits – Materials and Technologies”

Website of “A Triathletes Diary” –

Website of “220triathlon” –

Website of “Triathlete” –

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  1. Do you make a full body front zip wetsuit suitable for cold water snorkelling? 50-75 F for lake swimming in the fall and spring in N.W. Ontario. I’m a mid 60 year old who can’t run anymore and have discovered the joys of snorkelling for exercise.

    I keep breaking the zipper strap on back zip models. Need something I can get into and out of on my own.

    I think I need a 5mm thickness based on what I’ve read.

    Thanks in advance for any advice.

    1. Hello Greg!

      It’s cool that you have found the joy of snorkelling. In this site I just gather information about triathlon wetsuits. I don’t manufacture any of them.

      I haven’t seen any trithlon wetsuit model with a zipper in the front of a wetsuit. It would be hampering for the breathing movements during the swim. Nevertheless, you can check out my post about cold water wetsuits. I would look for a zipper which is closed from bottom to top. As an example Huub Aegis 3 Thermal.

      One more thing. If you intend to use a wetsuit only for snorkelling not active swimming (meant as front crawl etc.) you can also use a wetsuit which is made for surfers or kiters. They are warm, but not so flexible and smooth.

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