In this post you can find information about the Speedo Xenon wetsuit – description and key features from the manufacturer website plus added reviews and experiences from users. The manufacturer claims that this wetsuit offers maximum propulsion, whatever the occasion.
Description of Xenon Wetsuit
The manufacturer Speedo description of Xenon: “The Fastskin Xenon Male Wetsuit offers flexibility and comfort for all distances, and for swimmers of all levels. Developed to boost performance with core stabilization, body positioning regulators and Maximotion+ panels to increase propulsion, you can rely on the Fastskin Xenon Wetsuit whatever the occasion. Made using Y39 (Yamamoto 39 cell neoprene rubber) – the most buoyant foam existing which provides the highest lift – this suit helps reduce form drag created by the immersed body. This wetsuit also features a fuse neck to prevent water entry and a back zip.”
Key Features of Xenon Wetsuit
- Yamamoto 39 neoprene
- Core stabilization: reinforces your muscles and promotes a more efficient stroke
- Maximotion+: continuous 1.5mm neoprene chest panel increases arm and shoulder freedom of movement
- Yamamoto SCS (Super Composite Skin) coating: reduces water friction during your swim
- Body positioning regulator panels on thighs: offer buoyancy to perfectly adjust your swim position
- Fuse neck: prevents water entry
- Slat cut leg openings: allows for easier suit removal
Reviews about Xenon Wetsuit
Here I gathered different reviews about Speedo Xenon wetsuits from different sources. I hope it will help you form your impression about the Speedo Xenon wetsuits.
Video on the Youtube channel “Igor Bogdanov“, dated June 29, 2020 (Russian)
Review on the “The Active Life” website, dated July 29, 2019.
Short summary: A brilliant wetsuit that gives a nice swim position and terrific freedom of movement. Colder waters may be a challenge as this suit is thin, so those competing in the autumn and winter months may want to look elsewhere, but hard to find fault at this price.
Reviews on website Speedo.com.
Website of “The Active Life” – theactivelife.co.uk.