The Quintana Roo Ultrafull Triathlon Wetsuit makes all other entry-level triathlon wetsuits look amateur. The Quintana Roo Ultrafull Triathlon Wetsuit makes all other entry-level triathlon wetsuits look amateur. Every one of QR's Ultra-level suits is made using Yamamoto rubber. QR sticks to their guns and has somehow managed to use Yamamoto, the world leader in innovating neoprene, in even this entry level offering.
Using varying thicknesses of neoprene the Ultrafull really balances flexibility and buoyancy like much more expensive wetsuit does. The Ultrafull has benefited from years of technical advancements in fit, comfort and removal of the suit. As high end suits get improvements, entry suits are reaching a whole other level.
If the last time you swam in a triathlon wetsuit was a couple years ago you would think this is a four or five hundred dollar suit. With features like a breakaway zipper, 1st metatarsal release system, Yamamoto neoprene and impressive durability, buoyancy and flexibility the Quintana Roo Ultrafull still manages to retail for just over two hundred bucks! We don't know how they do it, but we're glad that they do.
Breakaway Zipper: Gives you release from the suit with one simple pull of the zipper cord.
The zipper teeth are uniquely designed to allow separation of the sipper to travel the full length of the zip in milli-seconds.
1st Metatarsal Release System: Super flexible material was used at the point where the widest part of the foot exits the suit to ensure you don't give back any time in transition.