The most popular swimsuit of the short course championship season is almost completely sold out. The new Blue Seventy Nero swimsuit has been sold at a phenomenal rate this month and only a few odd sizes remain on the shelves of a few swim shops. The performance of the Blue Seventy Nero Swimskin racing suit has helped propel it to the top right along side of the Speedo LZR Racer and the TYR Tracer Rise. The Speedo LZR Racer has been selling out and delivery is taking longer for Speedo USA since there is only one factory supplying the whole world with the LZR. The lower price of the Nero Swimskin and delivery problems with Speedo have certainly helped Blue Seventy sell more suits this season. Blue Seventy is expecting to start shipping more Nero swimsuits at the end of the month so swim shops like D&J Sports will have BlueSeventy suits in stock during the first week of March. Just in time for the last couple rounds of championship swim meets.
Quick update on the championship swimming season. The demand for full body racing suits has started to exceed the supply and many swim shops are quickly running out of racing suits. There is now more pressure than ever before for age group swimmers, high school swimmers, and collegiate swimmers to wear the full body racing suits. These new swimskins have quickly become a necessity for any fast swimmer. The top suits in 2009 are by far the Speedo LZR Racer and the Blueseventy Nero Comp swimskin. Due to the overwhelming demand Speedo is running low on the supply of LZR suits and many swimmers are switching to the Blueseventy suit. Both of these suits are hard to find and only a select few swim shops are able to meet the demand. D&J Sports has been able to get it’s hands on a large supply of Speedo LZR and Blueseventy Nero Swimskins but they are going quickly and will not last much longer. Be sure to order your racing suit now before they are all gone.
You have heard and seen them and now you can buy one. D&J Sports has just added the Blue Seventy swimskins to their on-line swim store. There has been a lot of controversy about these new suits. Many LSCs have banned these suits but the fact remains is that these have been approved by FINA as a valid swimsuit for competition. These suits have been shown to improve swimmers times by hundreds of seconds all the way to multiple seconds from some swimmers. The unique fabric has been designed for performance. The Blue Seventy Nero Comp swimskins have an enhanced fit that is tighter and reduces drag and improves speed in the water. There are two different styles of the Nero Comp, the full body and the knee style. The full body increase the muscle compression and skin coverage for maximum performance. The knee style give the swimmer more freedom of motion for strokes like breaststroke. Whatever your choice is the Blue Seventy Nero Comp is a great choice and extremely fast suit.