Ghost 3- Men’s Wetsuit
£479.00 – £499.00
Introducing our most technically advanced, performance/race wetsuit ever! Winner of the 220 Triathlon Magazine ‘Best on Test’ award in 2021.
The Ghost 3 is designed to deliver dynamic flexibility and in water ‘feel’ that will give you the ultimate swim experience.
Handcrafted tailoring for quality, comfort, durability, and strength with lightning-fast transitions thanks to our unique easy off “slippy” lining.
Yonda have designed the ultimate performance wetsuit that optimizes your body position and works with you (not against you) delivering an unparalleled feeling as you cut through the water. Now with new front panel air cell technology for ultimate buoyancy
Known for its unrivaled flexibility the Ghost 3 improves power transfer from hips to shoulders and enhances each stroke propulsive force reducing surface friction.
The Yonda Ghost 3 is a high-end racing wetsuit designed for maximum flexibility, performance, and efficiency. Although made with the finest quality neoprene from the best factory in the world, this wetsuit is not built for excessive wear. The Ghost 3 does not have taped seams, which would generally allow extra stretch to a wetsuit. Therefore, the suit could be more fragile if used by heavy hands or used as a training suit. Yonda recommends preserving the Ghost 3 for its intended use – speed and performance. However, Yonda support your swim – every stroke of the way. This is why we will offer 50% discount off the full RRP of any second wetsuit you buy, with every Ghost 3 purchase. Both suits must be bought at the same time and the intention is to maintain the integrity of our high performance Ghost 3 wetsuit.
Flexibilty is everything
Male – “They’re selling fast after the fantastic write up in 220 Triathlon Magazine. The Yonda Sports Ghost 3 wetsuit feels and swims like nothing else allowing EVERY movement to feel like you’re not even wearing a wetsuit. With support and buoyancy in the right areas, this wetsuit was awarded Best on Test from 220 Triathlon for good reason.” – Yiannis Christodoulou