Orca Mens Equip Wetsuits

The Equip offers the most flexible entry-level open water swimming wetsuitto help you transition from pool swimming to open water. The introduction of a superior lining in the 2mm arms and shoulders allows range of motion andflexibility previously only associated with intermediate level wetsuits. A full front panel of Yamamoto neoprene allows for increased buoyancy and flexibility due to a reduction in seams. The Orca Equip. From the pool to the sea.



The introduction of a superior MultiStretch lining in the 2mm arms and shoulders achieves a range of motion and flexibility previously associated only with intermediate level wetsuits.



A front body of fully SCS-coated 39cell Yamamoto neoprene reduces friction while you swim, with the result being you go faster.



A 4mm SCS 39cell Yamamoto front panel extending from chest to knee, paired with a 4mm lower back panel provides buoyancy and refines body positioning in the water.



The Equip’s Hydrostroke Forearm panel catches the water to increase the power of your stroke.


  • Yamamoto


    The Yamamoto Corporation is the world’s main supplier of high performance neoprene. Its seal represents quality, technology and innovation.

  • 39 CELL

    Yamamoto 39cell is an extremely flexible neoprene which supports an uninhibited natural swimming motion. 39cell extends to a 513% elongation rate, meaning this material is sure to move with you. Added benefits of zero water absorption and zero weight variation can mean only one thing: more speed. A fine balance between buoyancy and flexibility, 39cell is a durable material which will stand the test of time and distance, representing the best neoprene available in it’s class.

  • SCS

    Acting as a coating over closed-cell neoprene, Super Composite Skin (SCS) has become the benchmark for coating the smoothskin neoprene used in triathlon wetsuits, to reduce friction and increase speed through the water. The micro-cell structure of the SCS coating repels water when in contact with air and reduces surface resistance when in contact with water. Less friction = more speed!