In this post you can find information about the Zoggs FX 1 wetsuit – description and key features from the manufacturer website plus added reviews and experiences from users.
Description of Zoggs FX 1 Wetsuit
The manufacturer Zoggs description of FX 1: “Our range of wetsuits include our unique flex technology concept giving unrivalled comfort and fit that we already provide in our unparalleled range of Predator Flex goggles.”
FX 1 is for top level athletes. Models available for men and women. Buoyancy – 2 mm in chest and lower back, 3 mm in legs, 4 mm abdomen and inner tighs and 1,5 mm back and arms. Standard manufacturer price €371 ($448).
Key Features of FX 1 Wetsuit
- Constructed with 39 and 38 Cell Yamamoto neoprene
- Ultra Flex: Upper body profiling for uninhibited range of stroke motion
- Active Span: Increased underarm to chest profile for greater upper body extension
- Torso Buoyancy Control : Strategically placed 4mm panel designed to aid buoyancy in the heaviest region of the torso without compromising on stretch, focused on the stomach area
- Lumbar Flex: Isolation of the lumbar from the torso and upper body delivers a far greater range of movement and torso arching ability for sighting the buoy
- Anti Flow System: A silicone gripper to reduce water intake in the cuffs
- Dorsal Flex: Panels positioned right on the point of the Latisomus Dorsi isolated away from the zipper for increased flex and feel
- Speed Kick Calf: Anatomically placed super stretch nylon panels to increase speed in transitions. Get if off fast!
- Power Glide Zip: YKK zip to allow for quick transitions and minimise water entry
Reviews about FX 1 Wetsuits
Here I gathered different reviews about FX 1 wetsuit from different sources. I hope it will help you form your impression about the FX 1 wetsuit.
Video on the Youtube channel “ASF Studio“, dated April 18, 2016
Review on the “Sport Pursuit” website, dated November 8, 2016.
Short summary: Designed for the regular and accomplished swimmer the FX1 wetsuit delivers unrivalled flexibility, drag resistance and buoyancy in a fantastic looking suit.
First look on the “220Triathlon“ website, dated March 4, 2015.
Zoggs official website – zoggs.com
Blog of “Sport Persuit” – blog.sportpursuit.com
Website of “220 Triathlon” – 220triathlon.com