The TYR Hurricane Category 2 is jam-packed with advanced features to maximize performance at an affordable price point. This sleek suit is constructed with Slick Skin Neoprene, which is perfect for beginner and intermediate triathletes, since it boasts minimal drag, plus maximum speed and durability in its class. Showcasing Free R.O.M. (Range or Motion) Zones, the HCCOM6A wetsuit eliminates constriction, allowing the swimmer to achieve a long reach without placing strain on the shoulder, while Formfitting Wrist Cuffs keep water from entering the suit. Engineered for triathletes, Quick Release Ankle Cuffs allow for quick and effortless removal during T1. Strategic Speed Wrap Paneling placed throughout the leg, chest and core give you the feeling of a second skin, while maximizing body position and minimizing drag. Elevation panels in the chest and core elevate the swimmer's position in the water, ensuring optimal body positioning, buoyancy and speed while muscle groups are specifically targeted for core stabilization and long-term preservation of core strength. Alpha Catch Panels are strategically engineered on the forearm to allow for a maximized catch-and-release stroke. An insulated, thinner layer lies underneath to allow a feel for the water.
Antimicrobial lining provides superior odor protection and long lasting freshness.
Every Hurricane starts out as a Category 1, but some have the potential to get a whole lot more powerful. TYR teamed up with Andy Potts to design a streamlined version of their more advanced Hurricane Series Wetsuits and incorporated some of the highlights of their higher level suits to create the Category 1 Sleeveless Wetsuit, a triathlon suit that maximizes performance and minimizes cost. Showcasing Free R.O.M. (Range of Motion) Zones, the HUVCOF6 eliminates constriction, allowing the swimmer to achieve a long reach without placing strain on the shoulder, while Quick Release Ankle Cuffs allow for quick and effortless removal during T1. Engineered for triathletes, strategic Speed Wrap Paneling placed throughout the leg, chest and core raise the swimmer in the water to reduce form drag and maximize speed, so you can leave the competition behind.
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