ALISTAIR BROWNLEE GOLD
THE ULTIMATE WETSUIT FOR ELITE PERFORMANCE
There are some things you can't make better (well, for now, that is)! Olympic gold and silver medallist brothers Alistair and Jonny Brownlee challenged us to create the Agilis wetsuit with two simple goals.
The Brownlees wanted to be able to:
It is now the third year since the wetsuit's introduction, and it was going to be a pretty standard year until 2020 and Covid-19 turned 2021 into an Olympic year. We wanted to celebrate Ali and Jonny's achievements over the last two Olympics with these Limited Edition Brownlee Agilis Wetsuits.
The suits represent the colour of the medals won by Alistair and Jonny in the 2012 London and 2016 Rio Olympic triathlons. We are proud of our partnership with the Brownless, and our Limited Edition Gold Agilis and Silver & Bronze Agilis pay homage to Alistair's gold medals and Jonny's silver and bronze medal.
New buoyancy materials deliver never before seen leg lift and lower body buoyancy within regulatory rules. HUUB’s exclusive +43™ buoyancy foam provides 43% more buoyancy than standard neoprene. Typically wetsuit companies add extra buoyancy to the thighs and hips, but on this suit, the +43™ material goes past the centre of buoyancy for maximum leg lift.
Thanks to the input of Alistair, Jonny and professor Huub Toussaint we are now confident in saying there is no faster wetsuit. This is what the triathlete has been waiting for, a no-compromise suit for race day. Alistair and Jonny will not sacrifice their performance for anything, so it will come as no surprise that they will not turn to a suit unless it REALLY is the very best they have ever swum in.
Receiving that kind of feedback from the brothers is something that isn’t achievable without immense knowledge and a great source of input. This suit really is a beautiful piece of equipment to swim in. Simple yet incredibly effective packed with technologies that cannot be seen, but as we say, “its what you don’t that see makes you faster.”
Choose a size below to see how it should look: