At Quintana Roo, we want to make sure you are wearing your new HYDROsix wetsuit properly. If not properly worn, you may experience chaffing and pooling. Here are the necessary steps to take to make sure you get the most and best speeds out of your new wetsuit.
We have this video to walk you through the correct way to put on your wetsuit.
Below is a detailed outline on how to put on your wetsuit properly:
One of the nice features of this suit is how you can vary the neck height based on the choices and techniques performed above. We find not over stretching the material and creating as much of a second skin works best. Also know that this is not a “dry suit”. The right amount of water in the suit will keep lubricity between the suit and body which yields the least amount of restriction to your stroke. What we aim to minimize is pooling of water which isn’t preventable if thrusting off of a wall or porpoise’ing through surf.
At Quintana Roo, we develop our bikes with a wide range of adjustment so riders can find the perfect position that is both comfortable and aero.
View our size charts to see what size is best for you. After purchasing a new QR our product team will reach out to you to confirm your order and sizing information to be sure you have selected the optimum size.
If you're on the border of two sizes, the right size may depend on certain body measurements and your riding style. Feel free to contact us at any time regarding sizing questions - our product specialists are experienced with finding riders the right fit by cross-referencing your information with our QR Rider Fit database.
If you're not transferring measurements from a similar triathlon specific bike, to get completely "dialed in" for maximum performance, we recommend you see a reputable professional bike fitter that can fit you to your new Quintana Roo.
PRsix, PRfive, & PRthree models.
Kilo, Dulce, and Lucero models.
Men's and Women's HYDROsix Wetsuit Sizing.