zoom Orca TRN Thermo Full Sleeve Wetsuit SS14
Orca TRN Thermo Full Sleeve Wetsuit SS14
Add Orca TRN Thermo Full Sleeve Wetsuit SS14 to your basket now
EXCLUSIVE TO WIGGLE! The TRN Thermo is a new development for 2013, which sets a new standard for Orca in the entry level triathlon and open water swim wetsuit range.
Top Features of the Orca TRN Thermo Full Sleeve Wetsuit SS14
- Great flexibility across the shoulders provided by 2mm Yamamoto 39 cell neoprene
- Increased buoyancy through 4mm smoothskin neoprene over the hips and bottom, helps to optimum the body position in the water.
- Fantastic value for the flexibility
- SCS-coated (on shoulders & arms) Yamamoto #39 Cell Neoprene
- Speed Transition Panels - allows quick transition out of the suit
Overview of the Orca TRN Thermo Triathlon Wetsuit
About the Orca TRN Thermo Triathlon Wetsuit
The TRN Thermo is a new development for 2013, which sets a new standard for Orca in the entry level triathlon and open water swim wetsuit range. Designed with all the expertise and experience you would expect from 20 years experience. Orca and Wiggle have worked hard to give you the best value entry level wetsuit available on the market right now.
The Orca TRN Thermo triathlon wetsuit offers 2-4mm Smoothskin Yamamoto neoprene for durability and flexibility, hidden seams for speed, and also thermal protection. The suit offers excellent value for those wanting to have a go at the fastest growing multi-sport without breaking the bank.
How to put on a Orca wetsuit
Modern triathlon wetsuits were invented by Dan Empfield in 1987 and are customized to the needs of triathletes, they generally incorporate the following key features which differentiates them from a normal wetsuit. 1, Thinner and/or more pliable rubber near the shoulders. 2, Long zippers to facilitate quick removal during transition. In addition, tri wetsuits have a very smooth, but often fragile, surface. This slick surface helps to reduce water friction and allows a faster swim. Another advantage of a tri wetsuit is the added buoyancy that the wetsuit provides, this can provide triathletes with a considerable speed and energy saving advantage over swimming without a suit.
About the Orca brand
Whilst working as a swim coach, and from his first hand experience in competing in triathlon, Scott Unsworth realised that the wetsuits used at the time were completely inadequate for swimming. In 1992 Scott started up a company called Performance Speedsuits Ltd, based out of his parent's house in Auckland, New Zealand. He began to develop his "Speedsuits", which featured greater flexibility and buoyancy than other existing wetsuits. The business started with Scott selling his Speedsuits from the back of his car at swim meets and triathlon events. The Speedsuits quickly gained a following amongst athletes and the business started to grow. Scott was taking his first steps towards introducing what would become Orca, to the world. A young New Zealand triathlete named Hamish Carter became one of the first athletes to sign up with the company that is now Orca. Over the next 13 years Hamish Carter went on to become one of the best known triathletes in the world - culminating in a gold medal at the 2004 Olympics in Athens.
|2||75 - 80cm||145 - 150cm||35 - 40kg|
|3||80 - 86cm||150 - 160cm||40 - 55kg|
|4||85 - 91cm||157 - 170cm||56 - 61kg|
|5||90 - 95cm||162 - 172cm||61 - 66kg|
|6||95 - 99cm||167 - 175cm||67 - 74kg|
|MT||95 - 99cm||177 - 190cm||68 - 76kg|
|7||98 - 104cm||173 - 185cm||75 - 82kg|
|8||104 - 108cm||180 - 188cm||82 - 89kg|
|9||108 - 113cm||185 - 193cm||89 - 97kg|
|10||114 - 124cm||190 - 196cm||98 - 109kg|
|11||123 - 134cm||193 - 200cm||107kg|
|2||291⁄2″ - 311⁄2″||4′ 9″ - 4′ 11″||77 - 88lb|
|3||311⁄2″ - 34″||4′ 11″ - 5′ 3″||88 - 121lb|
|4||331⁄2″ - 36″||5′ 2″ - 5′ 7″||123 - 134lb|
|5||351⁄2″ - 371⁄2″||5′ 4″ - 5′ 71⁄2″||134 - 146lb|
|6||371⁄2″ - 39″||5′ 51⁄2″ - 5′ 9″||148 - 163lb|
|MT||371⁄2″ - 39″||5′ 91⁄2″ - 6′ 3″||150 - 168lb|
|7||381⁄2″ - 41″||5′ 8″ - 6′ 1″||165 - 181lb|
|8||41″ - 421⁄2″||5′ 11″ - 6′ 2″||181 - 196lb|
|9||421⁄2″ - 441⁄2″||6′ 1″ - 6′ 4″||196 - 214lb|
|10||45″ - 49″||6′ 3″ - 6′ 5″||216 - 240lb|
|11||481⁄2″ - 53″||6′ 4″ - 6′ 61⁄2″||236lb|
The delivery options available for shipping this product along with the contents of your basket to USA are:
- Standard Delivery: Estimated delivery within 8 working days - Free
- Priority International Delivery: Estimated delivery within 6 working days - $6.86
- Tracked Courier Delivery: Estimated delivery within 4 working days - $34.40
Wiggle ships to over 100 countries. To see what delivery options are available for other destinations you can update your delivery destination via the International Options feature at the top right of the website.
Goods are shipped from the UK. Does not include delivery charges, local taxes or import duties, if applicable.
More information on International delivery options
We will happily refund or exchange any item purchased on Wiggle if returned to us within 365 days, excluding Wiggle gift vouchers and personalized products except when faulty.
Returned goods must be unused and supplied with their original packaging, unless the goods are faulty.
Wiggle will pay the return postage costs for any faulty items.
More information on Wiggle's return policy
Product Q & A
Ask your questions and share your answers.
as a practice in a pool - just need the opinion
Height: 184 cm
Weight: 79 kg
Breast: 103 cm
I am intersted by this trn orca suit.
I would be using it for dynamic freediving and I'm conserned about the thikness of the neoprene around the legs mainly, and for the rest of the body. Is it 2mm or 2mm + 1,5 mm of yamamoto on top of it.
Thank you for your'e quick answer.
Do you want to compare this product?
Only 4 products can be compared at once. Adding this product will remove the product you added to the list first.
Do you want to continue?