arena Race Suit for Women in Blue - Take your performance to a higher level with the arena Women’s Powerskin Carbon Air2 Open-Back Tech Suit!
What events are this suit good for?
The Powerskin Carbon Air2 is arena's lightest and most versatile race suit. It offers exceptional freedom of movement and comfort and is great for all events.
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Powerskin Carbon-AIR² is arena's brand new racing design. The construction of this women’s open-back tech suit has been tweaked for ultimate flexibility and unified hydrodynamics. The exterior shell is made with a single piece of fabric for zero stitching, 100% comfort, and drag-free speed. Inside the new 3-piece lining design lets your body stretch even further for total range of motion. This lightweight kneeskin is integrated with horizontal bands of carbon fiber that lock down on muscles for enhanced support and control. Engineered for powerful performance and long-lasting comfort while competing, Carbon-AIR² takes racing to the next level. A FINA-approved design.
CARBON BANDS FABRIC: COMFORTABLE COMPRESSION:
- Integrated horizontal carbon bands lock down at a critical stretch point to provide compression on overextended zones, core stability and power when and where it’s needed.
- The result is a lighter form of Intelligent Compression with the comfort of a second skin.
NEW! ONE PIECE CONSTRUCTION: SECOND SKIN EFFECT:
- Made from just one piece of fabric, the Powerskin Carbon-Air2, thanks to the absence of multiple seams, offers supreme comfort and absorbs less water, resulting in less drag and an advanced hydrodynamic effect that helps the swimmer glide cleanly through the water. It’s also easier to put on, and once it’s on the body, it feels just like a second skin.
NEW! INTERNAL LINING: REDESIGNED FOR GREATER FREEDOM:
- The internal lining of the Carbon-Air2 consists of 3 separate panels to give greater freedom of movement. In women’s suits, this results in less compression across the chest, which liberates breathing and allows the swimmer to move more freely. For jammers, it reduces pressure on the hips and improves flexibility around the hip flexors. With less internal lining, both women’s and men’s suits are lighter and absorb less water, thus reducing drag and improving glide.