The Apex Flow is the most advanced wetsuit in our range, thanks to its unique flexibility and buoyancy. Designed for the most advanced open water swimmers, this suit features the best materials and technologies on the market. It is designed to maximize the elevation of the legs, helping to correct posture and keeping the body in the most hydrodynamic position possible.
44+: Orca's high-end range combines exclusive Yamamoto 44 technology with high-elasticity Infinity Skin 2 lining to provide maximum freedom of movement to the shoulders. For improved hydrodynamics, a Nano Ice SCS coating is used, which reduces water resistance for increased speed. The inner lining incorporates bamboo fibers for more flexibility with each stroke, in addition to reducing odor and preventing the growth of bacteria. This combination provides total flexibility in the shoulders of high-end Orca wetsuits. The material requires 90% less force to stretch than conventional neoprene.
40 FS: For maximum freedom of movement, elasticity and flexibility, Orca’s high-end range combines Yamamoto 40 technology with Infinity Skin 2 lining and Smoothskin surface finish. This composition provides the open water swimmer with complete range of motion in the shoulder area. The material requires 72% less force to stretch than any other conventional neoprene. Bamboo fibers in the inner lining provide flexibility with each stroke, in addition to reducing odor and preventing the growth of bacteria.
Exo-Lift is a sandwich-type construction which combines a neoprene layer, Aerodome technology and a third interior layer of neoprene which is treated specifically to make the Predator even more durable, achieving maximum buoyancy and 0% water absorption. A little boost to help you maintain a hydrodynamic position at all times, even when you're tired.
40 PF: The Power-fit compressive lining, along with Orca's high-end Yamamoto 40 technology, provides a perfect fit in the torso area, ensuring that water will not flow through the wetsuit. Nano Ice SCS coating improves hydrodynamics, reducing water resistance and allowing the open water swimmer to reach top speed with each stroke.