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Blueseventy’s neroTX range incorporates the very latest in modern textile fabric technology.
With advanced ultrasonic welding and extensively tested patterns offering the optimal blend of fit, compression and performance,
you know you’ll soon be swimming faster with blueseventy.
Consulting with industry experts on female fit, patterns and the latest textile materials have resulted in a kneeskin delivering maximum performance within the new FINA regulations.
The highly compressive nature of our TX Diaphanous fabric gives a figure hugging fit to the neroTX range.
The end result is a suit that helps to streamline the body shape in the water and therefore make the
swimmer go faster.
The ultrasonically welded seams in the neroTX race suits significantly reduce the drag found in conventionally
sewn swimwear. The extremely lightweight nature of our TX fabric further enhances the seam welding
leaving an almost undeterminable seam line. The water repellent nature of the suit further increases the ability
of the swimmer to slip through the water and therefore reduces passive drag.
Years of extensive research and hundreds of thousands of dollars have gone into making sure every neroTX
suit provides the perfect fit to facilitate optimal, individual swimming technique. From the very nature of our
unique TX fabric, down to the strategic alignment/ interplay of shoulder straps and scapular movement, to the
pin point accuracy of seam lines, each neroTX has been designed to be a part of you the swimmer, maximising
your potential, not working against it.
The sizing for all race suits on-line should only be served as a guideline, they are not absolute.
(racing fabric and fit in each brand differs a great deal)
If you would like one on one expert advice for your exact needs and measurements
please email our national race suit specialist email@example.com or
phone 1300 132 852 (9am -5pm weekdays)
to speak to one our our many race suit support crew.
The on-line sizing guideline for this suit can be found by clicking here