Best-selling triathlon wetsuit brand XTERRA WETSUITS announces the debut of the limited edition Vector Pro Blaze fullsuit in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the World Record Ironman swim of 42:17, which was set in a Vector Pro at Ironman Germany in 2004. The highly visible Vector Pro Blaze calls attention to the thousands of athletes who have proudly worn Vector Pro in more Ironman and Ironman 70.3 races than any other wetsuit in the world.

“Plain and simple, it’s time to change the way people look at the sport of triathlon,” says XTERRA Wetsuits President Brandon Hearn. “Vector Pro Blaze is our first bold step in taking the conversation to the next level.”

The Vector Pro Blaze features the same anatomically correct upper body construction and 5:3 neoprene balance of the Vector Pro and adds eye-catching blaze orange paneling on the upper and lower limbs. Complimenting the orange external paneling is a bright aqua X-FLEX liner that stretches in eight directions and always returns to its original shape, ensuring a perfect fit every time.

XTERRA Wetsuits Founder and Owner Keith Simmons adds, “This is a new take on the Vector Pro, a fresh look at a suit that has a long legacy of being first out of the water and setting record after record in Ironman and Ironman 70.3 races.”


Guided by a commitment to comfort, speed, buoyancy and value, XTERRA WETSUITS has been producing the world’s fastest wetsuits since 2001. Most recently, Rafael Goncalves raced to the fastest overall swim time at Kona 2013 in an XTERRA Speedsuit. XTERRA WETSUITS are designed, tested and sold by triathletes, for triathletes in San Diego, the birthplace of triathlon.