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Men's Wikiwiki 2.0 Wetsuit - Yellow/Volt

Regular price $595.00
Regular price $850.00Sale price $595.00 Save $255.00

The all new Wikiwiki 2.0 Wetsuit, Hawaiian for "speedy fast", delivers the most cutting-edge performance features on the market. Designed to promote a quicker stroke recovery after the catch phase, this suit is the fastest of its kind.  The entire arm and shoulder are engineered with FLEXskin 0.3 mm Yamamoto MarkIII super stretch neoprene.  Designed to feel like you are wearing a sleeveless wetsuit with the hydrodynamic speed advantages of fully coated SCS Nano arms.  Enjoy the ultimate flexibility and unparalleled buoyancy in the new Wikiwiki wetsuit.


  • NEW FLEXskin 0.3 mm Yamamoto MarkIII arms and shoulders
  • NEW Waterwing catch panel
  • NEW Comfort back neck panel
  • Yamamoto SCS Nano #40 and #39
  • Yamamoto SCS Nano Aerodome
  • AQUAlift buoyancy profile
  • ULTRA-stretch liner with 12% spandex and 88% silky smooth nylon liner
  • Super thin low-profile neck with fuse welded SCS Nano
  • 2mm Speed Release Ankle Panels
  • OKD - Optimal Kick Design
  • DORSALflex zipper
  • Durable Heat set Moontape and spot reinforcements on seams
  • YKK stainless steel zipper
  • Gender-specific ergonomically shaped panels
  • Includes protective storage bag


  •  88% nylon and 12% spandex


  • Front chest – 5.0mm Aerodome 
  • Shoulders – 0.3mm 
  • Arms – 1.0mm
  • Under Arms - 1.5mm #40
  • Forearm catch panel – 2.0mm
  • Back – 2.0mm 
  • Seat – 4.0mm 
  • Upper front leg – 5.0mm Aerodome  
  • Upper back leg – 4.0mm 
  • Lower front leg – 4.0mm 
  • Lower back leg – 3.0mm 
  • Ankle – 2.0mm


Orders ship within 1-2 business days.  All orders ship USPS or FED EX from our Zoot HQ in Southern California.


Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Michael Bennett (Santa Cruz, US)
Love the WiKiWiKi 2.0

Used the 2.0 at California Ironman. What an awesome wetsuit. It was the first time for me using this wetsuit (recent purchase). Awesome fit, great flexibility and it helped me secure first out of the water in my age group! And - super easy to take off... Thank you Zoot!

DrA (Port Saint Lucie, US)

I upgraded from the Orca S6 to the WIKI WIKI 2.0. What a difference. The upper is extremely flexible and comfortable. The bottom is very buoyant. I am 5’10, 196lbs, with a thick, muscular, upper body. The XL fit very well. The trick to get any suit to settle in place is to get it on, then get a good amount of water going in the chest area, then exaggerate a butterfly motion, then kick and the suit settles in perfect. The upper on this suit really feels like you are not wearing a wetsuit. With suits, there is a difference in quality and the price of the suit. The suit has bright colors , which makes it easier for family to find you in a race. I think this suit is going to be a key component to a fast , efficient, swim, which results in saved energy for my upcoming IM Panama City 2022. With the Orca S6, I was fatigued after a swim, as I was fighting the suit with my upper body. I absolutely love and highly recommend this suit. Don’t think twice about this suit. The suit is also a good price for the features it includes, when compared to other suits price for similar features.

Todd Kosenski (Bothell, US)
Love this wetsuit!

You can feel the quality right when you take it out of the box. Super thin right where you want it. Fits like a glove. No chafing. Really easy to peel it off quickly. I was worried about buoyancy coming from a “beginner” wetsuit but my feet stay right at the surface. I’m so happy with this purchase.

Douglas Skelton (Bossier City, US)

I love my WikiWiki 2.0! I also own the Kona (sleeveless) and Bolt in size Medium Tall. Both were a little tight in the chest. This tightness due to good weight gain.
When I upgraded to the Wiki I purchased the Large. A perfect fit for me at 5’11, 188 lbs.
The flexibility in the shoulders is like going sleeveless without the chafing. The chest did not feel restrictive. The buoyancy in the legs was enough to stick to my minimum kick during the swim.
With the combination of a well fitted WikiWiki and TriGlide I had zero chafing during the 1.2 mile swim at IM Texas 70.3.
I would highly recommend WikiWiki 2.0! Curious on how much better a 3.0 could be.

Mark Henry (Champlin, US)
Awesome wetsuit

The wetsuit fits like a glove, and feels effortless to swim in. The shoulders are awesome, not tight at all and the chest has more room and doesn’t feel like it’s constricting at all, as advertised! It also was surprisingly easy to get off after the swim which was a nice change of pace. Wish I would’ve bought this earlier in the season!

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