We categorise our Ex-Demo wetsuit in grades, from A to D. This is based on the condition of the wetsuit and will not affect the overall performance of the wetsuit in the water. The grading conditions are non-negotiable and by purchasing an Ex-Demo wetsuit you are agreeing to the grading terms highlighted below:
Grade A – Looks in very good condition with no tears or damage.
Grade B – Grade B wetsuits will have the odd mark, nick or possible slight cosmetic marks/damage (e.g. fingernail marks, fading/peeling to design), as well as aspects of Grade A. Grade B wetsuits will still perform perfectly.
Grade C – Has fingernail tears or surface tears not (small or big) which need to be repaired by neoprene glue. Has signs of discolouration.
Grade D – Has a tear on the seam, broken zip, severe discolouration.
Discount codes cannot be used with Ex-Demo products. Ex-demo wetsuits are not covered by Zone3 Warranty Policy.
The Zone3 Victory D suit has been designed with the long-distance swimmer in mind. For those racing half or full distance Ironman races or longer distance swims – comfort, body position and speed through the water is vitally important. This suit is the choice of pro triathletes such as Ironman and double Olympian athlete Tyler Butterfield who finished 5th at Kona in 2015.
Latest fabric technologies including Yamamoto SCS 40 which is one of the most advanced neoprene fabrics in terms of flexibility and weight.
Yamamoto neoprene is combined with Aerodome panels which together produce up to 30% more buoyancy than conventional neoprene.
5mm central chest panel acts as a roll-bar and helps to increase the distance of each stroke whilst also ensuring warmth in colder water.
Low cut and comfortable neckline and vertical chest panels to cater for a wider range of different rib-cage sizes.
Titanium lined inner jersey fabric to improve thermal properties and maintain blood circulation.
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