Launched from humble beginnings by a New Zealand triathlon champion, the wetsuits – or Speedsuits – were first sold from the back of his car.

They soon became the wetsuits of choice for ironman world champions and triathletes around the globe.
Curve Issue thirty-seven, 2011
‘Sleek suits’ by Belinda Stening

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