Our Ex-Demo grading from A to C is based on the standard of the wetsuit, its look and severity of any marks or damage. Any marks or damage will not affect its performance. Ex-Demo products have a 30 day warranty.
Grade A – Basically as good as new. The suit may have been used for sizing purposes and may or may not still have the labels attached.
Grade B - Very good condition. These wetsuits will have been used more often for sizing than a grade A suit. They may have been swum in an odd time. Will have the odd fingernail mark or some fading of printing in certain areas.
Grade C - Some small patch repairs may have been made to these suits, all carried out by our specially selected company based here in Yorkshire. There may be some fingernail marks from fitting or the printing may show signs of fading or peeling.
Please note that discount codes are not valid for purchases of any Ex-Demo products.
YONDA GHOST SR
Incorporating the key feature of the award winning Ghost wetsuit the SR offers outstanding flexibility, speed, comfort and durability along with Yonda’s unrivalled build quality.
The removable arms allow you to adapt to the changing environment without having to cut the suit.
The SR comes with both whistle and compass and front inner and rear internal pockets.
Using Yamamoto 1.5mm Cell 39 AQUA PULL neoprene in the arms, shoulders, underarm and separate arms you will not find a more flexible suit. Add the 7.5mm Aerodome thigh side panels where you wont need to carry a pull bouy and other features such as front zip for ultra lung expansion and comfort on the run and a high tenacity nylon backside panel for sliding down the slopes we have everything covered to give you the edge.
Go Further, Go YONDA
Vector catch panel – This hydrophobic fabric sits next to the skin to give you great feel for the water. Unlike neoprene which prevents you feeling your catch and creates added resistance in the catch phase, this lightweight technical fabric gives you outstanding feel for the water. We have incorporated this feature in to all our wetsuits, and in addition we use YONDA trademark bright colours so you can spot your loved ones whilst they are swimming.
Y-stretch side panel – It has been long thought that the shoulder fabric is the most critical part on a wetsuit, however the testing that has been done at YONDA shows the panel on the side of the suit is crucial to shoulder flexibility. This 1.5mm Yamamoto #40 is the most expensive panel on the wetsuit and unlike other brands YONDA makes this as big as possible, from hip, up the rib-cage and under your arm. This allows for the most movement possible in the shoulders, and shows off YONDA’s ability to find new ways to reengineer triathlon wetsuits.
Yamamoto SCS – Yamamoto is the world leader in wetsuit neoprene and prides itself on quality and innovation. Super Composite Skin (SCS) is the benchmark for coating the smooth skin neoprene in triathlon wetsuits. This reduces friction and improves speed through the water. Yamamoto #39 and #40 cell are used throughout the suit to give the very best quality neoprene available.
10k Collar - YONDA use a ‘10k collar’ on the neck, this collar has been tested on several long-distance swimmers without causing irritation. This super-supple fabric fits snugly around the athlete and prevents water entering the suits. The tightness can be adjusted easily to personal preference with the simple Velcro tab. Fantastic feedback has been given by a range of athletes from, channel/ultra-swimmers to Olympians.
Aerodrome – This is a cracking material. It houses tiny air pockets between layers of neoprene, which gives you upto 30% more buoyancy compared to regular neoprene. Aerodrome also has a ‘dimple effect’ which increases the hydrodynamic surface of the wetsuits, increasing speed through the water.
Y-seam - Historically a lot of wetsuits seams split on the hip of the suit. YONDA has developed a diagonal seam which differs from the conventional horizontal seams. The Y shape is a lot tougher as it is pulled in three directions and off loads the stress in the critical areas of the suit.