BlueSeventy Fusion Full Wetsuit women’s Mid-range competition level wetsuit Pros:
Adjustable to different leg lengths The leg’s buoyancy helps keep your legs from sinking in the water The suit is easy to take off after some practice Cons: A user said the high neckline was not ideal The Women's Fusion features new lines for improved comfort and reach in the water, says BlueSeventy. “Speed is achieved with the aid of high buoyancy in the legs to promote downhill swimming and a full SCS coating will make you slip through the water,” says the manufacturer. "The legs have taped seams so you can cut the legs to a different length,” a reviewer said. “We like the Fusion as it provides great technology at a nice price. In many respects, it takes the place of the old Axis suit and is more affordable,” she said. “The Fusion may be the best all-around value that BlueSeventy makes,” says another reviewer. “It’s a Yamamoto SCS-coated suit which means flexibility and float along with durability and hydrodynamics. “Yet again the thickness is peeled off a bit, but this suit still maintains strong flotation. The arms are made of 1.5mm-thick rubber and the patterns are good.” “It has a fairly thin neckline, but rides high. Some other suits like TYR Hurricane Cat 1 have a lower neckline which I find a bit more comfortable,” a reviewer said. Price: R4 700. Have you tried this wetsuit? Share your thoughts.