The Archimedes II has been developed in a laboratory, where the technologies of the original Archimedes were developed and furthered and any faults ironed out. The primary focus was to improve the flexibility and to design a suit that felt as natural as possible. These aims have led to a more efficient suit; one that allows the wearer to exert less energy to perform the same activities, and one that helps rather than hinders the swimmers speed and stroke. The suits side, back and shoulder panels have been reduced by 25% to improve the range of motion you are able to achieve whilst wearing the suit, and the underarm has been formed with an ultra-stretchy, ultra-fine material in order to improve flexibility and reach. HUUB is the only company that measures the drag created by a swimmer when they are actually swimming rather than being pulled in order to create a suit which accurately reduces drag.
The calf area has been thinned out to less than 1mm, in order to create a natural feeling kick and reduce the risk of cramp and injury. The collar is distinctively low, yet highly comfortable, with no stitches, folds or zips to irritate your neck.
3:5 this describes the ratio of the buoyancy. This ratio is designed for those who need more lift in the legs and hips than the arms and shoulders. This buoyancy ratio will help to maintain your body's posture in the water, and thus reduce fatigue as your core will be relieved from a lot of work as it attempts to keep your hips high in the water.
X-O SKELETON the X-O Skeleton does a similar job to our skeleton within the body: it keeps everything in the right place. The X-O Skeleton gives the suit a durable structure, to reduce energy wastage as your hips and pelvis will move less (requiring less exertion to correct) and thus making you faster and reducing fatigue. ULTRA FLEXIBLE the suits underarms are formed from a highly stretch material to allow you the most natural stroke possible, the back and shoulders are just 1mm thick and the calf section is under 1mm thick to give you complete freedom of movement in the water. ANTI-DRAG HUUB have measured drag in a distinctive way, they have not used a system to pull the suit through the water, but rather measured it when it is being worn and, most importantly, swum in. This gives them an edge when it comes to accuracy and ironing out small but potentially significant issues when it comes to making the suit as aqua-dynamic as possible.CALF/BICEP RELEASE these have both been adapted to improve kick, pull and flex. By increasing the volume but reducing the thickness of the calf area with a high stretch material, HUUB have ensured the most natural and unrestricted kick possible which will not only speed you up but also reduces your risk of cramp. On the forefront of sports science and design, HUUB produce triathlon clothing worn by the very best elite athletes. They are constantly researching innovative ways to maximise the potential of the athletes that wear their products. The item "HUUB Wetsuit Men's Archimedes II 35 SMT Brand New Large" is in sale since Sunday, December 30, 2018.
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