ZONE3 announced as Official Swim Cap and Wetsuit Provider for 2024 Swim Serpentine

June 26, 2024

The ZONE3 Switch is a versatile wetsuit built with a combination of Yulex® Natural Rubber and smoothskin neoprene, for every open - water adventure.

/OUTDOOR SPORTSWIRE/ ZONE3 announce that they have become the Official Swim Cap and Wetsuit Provider for Swim Serpentine, the popular open-water swimming event that returns on Saturday 14th September.

More than 5,000 people are expected to take part in this year’s event, taking on one of four distances on offer Hyde Park’s Serpentine Lake: six miles, two miles, one mile, and a half mile. Both the six-mile and two-mile events sold out in one day, but charity places are still available in the one-mile and half-mile distances. Initially, the partnership is for one year and will cover the 2024 edition of the open water swimming festival,

All participants will receive a swim cap, supplied by ZONE3, to wear for their swim and to take home as a memento. Participants can also buy or rent a wetsuit from ZONE3 to wear in the Serpentine for their event. Everyone taking part must either wear a wetsuit or use a tow-float.

Malina Zarb, Marketing Director of ZONE3, said: “The team at ZONE3 is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Swim Serpentine, an event that epitomises the lively and close-knit community surrounding open water swimming. It’s a privilege for ZONE3 to contribute to this prestigious occasion and assist participants in achieving their best on Event Day with kit that sets them up to succeed.”

Ben Craddock, Event Lead of Swim Serpentine, said: “We’re delighted to be working with ZONE3 as the official provider of both swim caps and wetsuits for Swim Serpentine. The event is going from strength to strength, and we are excited to have partnered with ZONE3 – a brand that, like us, is passionate about growing the sport of open water swimming and seeing more people enjoy the incredible thrill of swimming outdoors.”

ZONE3 will also be present at the Swim Serpentine festival zone, where swimmers can rent wetsuits and tow-floats for their event and speak the team for tips and advice.