Behold, the Plum Race Suit. Wickedly ventilated and built for speed.
High output activities in warm conditions are where this suit will shine, as sweat wicking and ventilation seem to be prioritized over insulation. Unrestricted freedom of movement, more pockets than we've ever seen in a race suit (so far), and a skin tight fit that keeps your aerodynamic drag coefficient as low as your speed tuck. Two zipper pull tabs, one at your neck and one at your belly, so you can access anything inside your suit without unzipping all the way. Flexible fabric scuff guards indicate dexterity and walking efficiency were the top priorities. Heel lever slots fit a wide range of boots with cutouts to accomodate any walk lever. Reinforced shoulder panels help maintain durability.
This suit is built for efficient speed through the mountains.
|Ventilation||Back panel, side torso, under arms|
|Pockets||2 large external skin, 2 external zippered chest, 2 large internal belly, 1 internal zippered beacon|
|Cuffs||Fabric scuff guard|
||80% Polyester/20% Elastane|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||If you have long legs for your height, this might not be the ideal suit for you|
|Bottom Line||More pockets and better ventilation than almost any other skinsuit we've tried, not for cold days|
|Compare to other Men's Race Suits|
Questions & Reviews
How insulating is this? Looking at the Trab suit you have it seems that one is more for colder weather but this would work in warmer weather? I generally run hot and I'll most likely be using this around 32F (PNW)
Would I be a L or XL?
(i'd buy the ladies but you only have it in a large :) )
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