This is Dare2Tri, the world's best for value wetsuit in the market of triathlon.
Neoprene is a delicate fabric, even though the Dare2Tri wetsuits have an extreme lifespan please use with care!
Because the suit can easily be penetrated please use extreme caution when trying on and adjusting your wetsuit. Suits with rip in the neoprene are NOT valid for refund, exchange, or warranty claims.
Please read this guide carefully to ensure you will be happy for a long period.
When putting on your wetsuit take care, pull up the suit firstly high as possible in the crotch area and from there put on the suit over your shoulders, the sleeves need to be put up until the rubber is well fitted in the arm pit to ensure max. freedom.
The best to try your wetsuit is in open water, if you use a swimming pool, please rinse your wetsuit with fresh tap water after each use.
Dry your wetsuit inside-out in a cool place; once dry, turn suit right-side-out.
Store your wetsuit hang on a padded wetsuit hanger, or properly fold your suit to store properly.
Use fingernails when putting on your wetsuit.
Zip your own wetsuit; ask for assistance from another person to avoid damage.
Swim in chlorinated water (unless it's your only option - be sure to thoroughly rinse with fresh water immediately after exiting water).
Leave wetsuit to dry in direct sunlight or heat as your suit can melt.
Fold, crumple, or improperly hang wetsuit; do not store inside-out.
Wetsuit care guide
Rinsing - Rinse in fresh water after every use
Drying - Dry inside and away from direct sunlight
Transport - Roll the wetsuit up to transport - DO NOT FOLD
Storage - When the wetsuit is dry store in a cool room on a wide plastic coat hanger
Fingernails - Fingernails will damage the neoprene when putting on or removing the wetsuit. Use caution.
Fit - The proper fit will have the arms of the wetsuit positioned on top of the shoulders so the stretch panels are directly under the armpit
Trimming - The neck flap neoprene can be trimmed with scissors if it extends over the edge of the Velcro
Lubricants - Do not use petroleum-based products as they will damage the neoprene
Tears - Avoid wetsuit contact with sharp or abrasive objects. Note: small tears can be repaired by using neoprene cement/glue
Removing - When removing the wetsuit grip the chest and then the back of the suit - never pull by the collar