Following the release of our Open Water Swim Range we got togther with the amazing Zoggs design team Margot & Gerogia as well as our ambassadors Keri-anne Payne from Straight line swimming and Cath Pendleton a.k.a The Merthyr Mermaid to talk about the suits and how they have found testing them out. You can view the full video below, but to make it easier we have split out some of the key takeouts to watch in short videos. 



There has been a lot of talk & questions from customers and industry leaders on why and how we came up with this concept. Listen to Zoggs designer Margot Lundgren talk through the process.

Silver Lining

Still not convinced? We have run lab tests and swim tests and the results speak for themselves. But you can hear more from Margot and Georgia Lorenzi (our cool design team).

Proof is in the Pudding

Extensive testing is carried out on all our swimwear and our open water range is no different. Listen to Charlotte Thomas our Head of Marketing talk through our fit and test process.

Scoopback Vs Strikeback

Some customers have asked why we have only one crossback out of the 5 suits we have launched so we thought it would be usefull to discuss this further. (And don't worry we have more crossback styles in our second range launching later this year)

Scoopback Straps

Zoggs ambassador olympic swim winner Keri-anne Payne rigurously tested our suit in a swim cube and has some brilliant feedback.

Swim Feeling in a Scoopback

Guiness World Record Holder and Ice Water Swimming Queen Cath Pendleton a.k.a Merthyr Mermaid talks about how swimming in open water wearing a scoopbck is one of the best suits styles.

Larger Boob Concerns

Feedback from our partners at Herspirit has been that many women are asking about the support for larger boobs, so Margot talks through our design fetaures.

Bust Support Features

Although our Open Water Suits do not have built in bust support, the lining and fabric stretch provides everything that you need.

Size Inclusivity

We have been asked why we have not gone up to a size 26 on this range and Margot explains here that it's only as a 1st phase so we need to listen, feedback and consider this going forward.