The Aqua Zone Renegade racing swimsuits are a specially designed suit to challenge the speed with the irreverence of those who challenge their limits. The Renegade is structurally designed to suit the high performance swimmer who trains aggressively to achieve extraordinary results. Manufactured with the latest Japanese technology based on water drag coefficient to improve speed. By using compression on specific body areas it eliminates passive drag caused by the natural movement of muscles. One of the best swimsuits on the planet for the best swimming performance. FINA has approved this suit. It is acceptable for all international, USASwimming, and NCAA competitions. Please check with your local high school regulatory body or USA Swimming Local Swim Committee (LSC) to make sure that no local regulations prohibit the suit. The Aquazone Renegade is made of the same material made popular by the Blue Seventy Company, with superior manufacturing at a better price. These suits are resistant to pool chemicals which make this suit last for a full season or fast racing.
The new Aqua Zone Renegade swimsuits are now available for purchase. They come in several different body styles for both men and women. The Aqua Zone Renegade men’s styles include the Full Body suit, the Knee Suit, and the Legskin suit or Ankle suit. The Aqua Zone Renegade women’s styles include the Full Body suit, the Knee Suit and the Strap Suit or record breaker back leg suit. Get yours now at D&J Sports.
3 thoughts on “Aqua Zone Renegade Racing Suits Now Available”
What makes you say the construction of the Renegade superior to the Nero Comp and why do you say it is less money? Just wondering because the B70 fits like a glove and cost 295.
Also, does FINA know how foolish they look with the 2010 rules (50% nonpermeable, 25% top half, 25% bottom half, distinguishable, etc). Now manufacturers will be making composite suits for different events (e.g. backstroke with non-permeable on the back, freestyle on the front). Great for business but an even greater disparity in equipment availability and performance based on the means of the athlete. Rather than dictate materials, they should focus on results using standard methodology agreed by industry and FINA. Or they should go back to briefs and fastbacks. Come on FINA, you can do better than that!
whitch is better blue seventy nero or aquazone renegade?
is the aquazone renegade better than the blue seventy nero?