Are you sure you really know all about arena Powerskin Carbon Air² technology?
Choosing the right racing suit is central to succeed in a swim competition, and swimmers know it very well.
But also giving comprehensive punctual information is important as well to suggest the perfect choice.
We are going to go through all the features and benefits that arena Powerskin Carbon Air² ensures to competitive swimmers, acting as a second skin.
Let’s discover all of it together!
Powerskin Carbon Air² is designed to act as a second skin, providing mild compression and high levels of comfort that leaves you feeling light as air as you breeze through the water.
Indeed, carbon cage technology is integrated into the suit’s fabric to deliver intelligent muscle compression when and where it’s needed.
NEW 3 PANELS LINING designed to offer enhanced freedom of movement. This constructions entails less lining, which means less weight, resulting in less drag in the suit.
ENHANCED LIGHTNESS allows for better freedom of movement, which means less drag and better glide.
This three-piece construction also provides in the women’s suit with more stretch in the front, so it’s easier to breathe as well as eases up the flexibility of the suit.
The same concept applies for men’s suits, with three individual pieces of lining, again reducing the pressure around the hips, making it easier to move and providing more freedom of movement.
CARBON BANDS COMPRESSION TECHNOLOGY
The suit is constructed with the same woven carbon fabric, which includes horizontal carbon bands running on the suit, providing light compression and freedom of movement.
Thanks to this durable, lightweight fabric, the result is acomfortable compression, giving power and where and when needed.
The suit is constructed using one single panel piece of fabric. That panel piece is wrapped around the body and is closed at the back of the suit with a single bonded seam.
The advantage of one piece of fabric consists in reduced pressure on hips and a second skin effect.
There are no seams or taping on the outside of the suit, which may provide or may apply localised pressure points, really allowing the suit to be very flexible. It also makes the suit a lot easier to get on and providing great freedom of movement.