Womens Vector Pro Fullsuit

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  • Speed, Comfort, Flexibility

    The Vector Pro Fullsuit was the first open-water wetsuit to have anatomically designed arms for maximum shoulder mobility. The Vector Pro is one of the fastest, most flexible wetsuits money can buy. The all-new Vector Pro Fullsuit comes from a long pedigree of comfort and speed in the water, with its anatomically designed arms, hydrophobic coating, and strategic paneling throughout.

    The front of the Vector Pro Fullsuit is 5 mm from the neck to the ankles, the back is 3 mm, and the arms are 1.5 mm. Ideal for all open water swims where flexibility in arms and shoulders is needed. Get ready for speed in the water, buoyancy beyond belief, and reduced fatigue over many miles of swimming.


    1. Front: 5.0mm thick neoprene from neck to ankles
    2. Back: 3mm thick neoprene
    3. Arms / Shoulders: 1.5mm GKA neoprene


    1. Anatomically-Correct Arms/Shoulder Panels:
      Allows for a natural range of motion in the swim stroke for faster, smoother swimming with less effort
    2. Low-Profile Collar:
      Adds comfort and increased durability, ensuring that the suit stays intact and in place.
    3. X-MAX Seam-Seal Technology:
      Uses a triple layer of glue and double-blind stitching to ensure long-lasting waterproof seams.

    More information on our technology can be found here.

    1. More information on shipping, returns, and warranties can be found here.

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      Andrew U.

      UK Buyer

      Just wanted to give you feedback from the UK. Purchased a vector pro a few months ago and I am delighted with the suit. Fastest swim split at iron distance by 3 mins over my other top end suits. It is a bit delicate but I can live with that. My local sea swim temperatures are about 11 deg C. Yes 11! I am near Scotland. This is a warm suit. Will be buying another.


      Xterra Vector Pro fullsuit

      I bought this wet suit december 24 th 2020 and its now june 1st 2021 and i've used it on 43 dives as a spear fisherman and it is hands down the best wetsuit ive ever used it doesn't offer the absolute best flexibility but it makes up for it in comfort you almost forget your even wearing it i normally wear a Roka Maverick MKll and this wetsuit puts up a fight against the maverick so whatever your swimming sport maybe this wetsuit works amazing i use it for Scuba/Spearfishing/freediving. AMAZING PRODUCT THE STAFF AT XTERRA ARE AMAZING

      Stan S.

      Warm embrace

      I have been happily wearing a Men's Volt fullsuit (3/2/1.5 mm thick), but with the water temperature dropping, decided to try the Vector Pro (5/3/1.5). It is fantastic! It feels as flexible and as comfortable as the thinner suit, not stiff like many thicker suits. I felt I was in a warm embrace throughout my swim. Also, the buoyancy felt natural, not awkward as in many wetsuits. Love it!!


      Fits well, but watch those finger nails !

      Got the Vector Pro suit at the Xterra outlet site, and I soaked and dried as recommended prior to donning for size. Fit well, tighter than my Orca brand wet suit which is 4 years old. Tried it out in 2 sessions of open water swimming. Very happy with its performance. Hard to judge if it was any faster than my older Orca, but it fitting much tighter helped keep out the excess water I was feeling on my back with my older suit. No significant arm restriction. The legs are definitely longer than my previous Orca suit, and the arms are slightly longer, which helps with buoyancy but makes it harder to get the suit on and off. Especially taking off, working the legs down. In the 2 open water swim donning/removing after cycle, I put 2 small nicks in the neoprene on the lower legs. Not all the way through, and I will now try patching with the supplied glue. You really have to watch that your nails aren't nicking the rubber! I am 170# and 6'3" and the Medium Long fits me. I suggest using wet suit lube to help in taking the suit off in a triathlon transition (or any time). I used plastic bags to help with the donning, on my hands and feet.

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