Alex de Boer

alex de boer is a dutch engineer whose passion lies in the realm of fluid dynamics and hydrodynamics. with a degree in engineering, he has dedicated his career to the design and development of cutting-edge swim products, constantly pushing the boundaries of what's possible.

alex's expertise in fluid dynamics and hydrodynamics has made him a sought-after figure in aquatic engineering. his innovative approach to product design has led to the creation of groundbreaking swim products that have revolutionized the open water swimming world. by meticulously studying the intricate interactions between water and the human body, alex has been able to develop solutions that enhance speed, efficiency, and overall performance in the water.

In addition to his work as a product designer, alex is passionate about sharing his knowledge. he frequently guest lectures, sharing his insights and inspiring the next generation of engineers and designers. In 2018, he ventured into the triathlon industry with the creation of "deboer" and their first wetsuit, the fjord 1.0. however, he laid his base by first distributing Ironman wetsuits back in 1995.

alex's expertise has also made him a sought-after podcast guest, where he shares his insights and experiences with a wider audience. his understanding of the endurance sport industry and his team at deboer has led to the development of new products that often come from a fresh perspective, departing from the norm.

one of de alex's most recent and notable achievements is the creation and perfection of performance swimwear with the 3dium fabric, a revolutionary material. this cutting-edge fabric is the result of years of research and development, combining advanced materials science with hydrodynamic principles to create a product that offers unparalleled speed and efficiency in the water.

through his dedication to innovation and his deep understanding of fluid dynamics, alex de boer has established himself as a pioneer in the swim industry.