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Master Cold Water With a Blue Seventy Thermal Wetsuit

By |2018-12-03T17:59:35+00:00February 20th, 2017|Articles, Cold Water Swimming, News|

The Thermal Helix is based on blue seventy’s top wetsuit, the Helix. It has all of the major design features of the Helix, a suit that is regarded to be one of the best wetsuits around. It has the 5-5-4 mm construction (5 mm neoprene in the chest and torso, 4 mm in the [...]

Cold Water Swimming Accessories

By |2018-12-03T17:55:08+00:00December 9th, 2016|Articles, Cold Water Swimming, Wild Swimming|

We’ve already covered Cold Water Swimming Tips and Wetsuits for Cold Water Swimming in previous articles. But what about the bits of you that often feel the cold the most? Wetsuit wearers as well as winter dippers and potential Ice Swimmers who forgo the wetsuit can still benefit from wearing neoprene accessories to stave off frost nipped extremities as well as use of the ubiquitous Dryrobe or Robie for instant, post-swim cosiness.

Wetsuits for Cold Water Swimming

By |2017-10-26T14:25:59+00:00December 9th, 2016|Articles, Cold Water Swimming, Lake District, Water Adventures, Wild Swimming|

Temperatures are dropping and you are struggling to find swimming friends, BUT YOU STILL WANT TO SWIM OUTSIDE! Well, I’m with you on that one; years of swimming outdoors have given me a serious aversion to over-chlorinated indoor pools and busy swim lanes. Why put up with that when I can have the whole lake to myself… in December… when it’s bloody freezing…

Cold Water Swimming Tips

By |2018-12-03T17:46:59+00:00November 29th, 2016|Articles, Cold Water Swimming, Water Adventures, Wild Swimming|

So… you’ve fallen in love with open water swimming and you can’t bear the fact that the season will end and you want to swim right throughout the winter? Or are you are one of the growing number of competitive swimmers and triathletes that want to push your boundaries in freezing cold conditions outside of the traditionally accepted temperature parameters of your sport?