In this post you can find information about the newest wetsuit from manufacturer Zone 3 – Aspire Thermal wetsuit. Description and key features from the manufacturer website plus added reviews and experiences from users.
Description of Thermal Aspire Wetsuit
The manufacturer Zone 3 description of Thermal Aspire: “Whether it is geography, seasonality or just pure motivation, sometimes we need to swim in conditions that our normal wetsuits just weren’t made for. For those colder swims we have taken one of the highest rated wetsuits of the last decade, the Aspire, and added a carefully constructed thermal fleece lining.”
Thermal Aspire can be used for beginners as well as top level athletes. Models available for men and women. Buoyancy – chest, leg and body panels are a combination of 4mm and 5mm thickness, but the shoulders and arms a 2mm thickness. Standard manufacturer price €465 ($541). Zone3 Thermal Aspire wetsuit purchase options by affiliates: Triathlete Sports.
Key Features of Aspire Thermal Wetsuit
- The suit is suitable for anybody swimming in waters between 10-18 Celsius
- Heat-Tech Fleece lining makes this the ideal cooler weather suit
- Based on Zone3’s award winning Aspire wetsuit, but with modifications
- Pro Speed CuffsTM for reduced drag
- SCS Nano coating
- Downwards YKK zipper
Reviews about Aspire Thermal Wetsuit
Here I gathered different reviews about Thermal Aspire wetsuits from different sources. I hope it will help you form your impression about the Thermal Aspire wetsuits.
Review on the “220 Triathlon” website, dated April 24, 2020. Short summary: Impressively light and flexible for a thermal suit; and warm, too 88%.
Zone 3 official website Zone3.com
My post “Zone3 Brand Review”
Website of “220triathlon” – 220triathlon.com
Zone3 Thermal Aspire wetsuit purchase options by affiliates: Triathlete Sports.