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Garneau Women's Sprint Tri Suit
$159.99
Made of the race-proven and renowned Endurexx fabric, the Women's Sprint Tri Suit is a great bang for the buck with long stretches of mesh fabric at the back ensuring efficient heat management. When it comes to nutrition, new angled back pockets offer plenty of storage for bars and gels while preventing any loss during the race thanks to a tight elastic opening. Reflective elements provide added safety for those early morning trainings, among others. A silicone gripper at the bottom of the leg holds the suit right in place during the effort. The women's Tri Air chamois drains water quickly as soon as you get out of the water, providing great comfort on the bike while ensuring an efficient stride on the run. Fabric: - Endurexx: Chlorine-resistant and soft to the touch for more comfort. Great stretchability that adapts to all shapes. - Highlander Mesh: Designed for maximum moisture vapor transfer (MVT), which helps prevent overheating from exercise by venting moisture vapor build-up - Fabric Technology: Chlorine-resistant, quick-drying, and moisture management Technical Details: - Fit Tech: Standard - Features: Mesh insert at the chest to evacuate sweat - Chamois: TriAir - Leg Finish Thighs: Thigh silicone grippers - Pockets: 2 angled rear pockets - Visibility Features: Reflective trim - Zipper: Full-length zip - Inseam: 7" / 18cm
Garneau Sprint Tri Suit
$159.99
The Sprint Tri Suit's name speaks for itself. If you're getting into triathlon, chances are you'll try your hand at the sprint distance first. As the main item of the Sprint collection, this suit inherits years of experience in triathlon-specific clothing, now available to anyone willing to give this swim-bike-run thing a try. Made of the race-proven and renowned Endurexx fabric, the Sprint Tri Suit is a great bang for the buck with long stretches of mesh fabric at the back ensuring efficient heat management. When it comes to nutrition, new angled back pockets offer plenty of storage for bars and gels while preventing any loss during the race thanks to a tight elastic opening. Reflective elements provide added safety for those early morning trainings, among others. A silicone gripper at the bottom of the leg holds the suit right in place during the effort. The Tri Air chamois drains water quickly as soon as you get out of the water, providing great comfort on the bike while ensuring an efficient stride on the run. Fabric: - Endurexx: Chlorine-resistant and soft to the touch for more comfort. Great stretchability that adapts to all shapes. - Highlander Mesh: Designed for maximum moisture vapor transfer (MVT), which helps prevent overheating from exercise by venting moisture vapor build-up. - Fabric Technology: Chlorine-resistant, quick-drying, and moisture management. Technical Details: - Fit Tech: Standard - Chamois: TriAir - Leg Finish Thighs: Thigh silicone grippers - Pockets: 2 angled rear pockets - Visibility Features: Reflective trim - Inseam: 8" / 20.5cm
Pearl Izumi Women's Expedition Pro Groadeo Suit
$300.00
We asked, “What would the ultimate gravel cycling kit look like?” The Groadeo Suit is the answer. This limited edition piece is made with premium upcycled fabrics to help you hammer in comfort on the roads less traveled. Built with long rides as a priority, we’ve combined many of our premium technologies, including the all new super supportive Levitate PRO Chamois, luxurious Italian PRO Transfer fabric on the legs for long haul comfort, and highly-breathable Jacquard knit fabric on the jersey. Plus, we added our water-shedding PI Dry® technology to the shorts to shrug off tire spray and light rain. The result is a kit perfectly suited to the most grueling gravel events. Cargo pockets on the thighs, three bellowed rear pockets, and two side stash pockets on the waist keep you organized and essentials close at hand. And because when you’ve got to go you want to go now, the front and rear of the Groadeo Suit are decoupled to make nature breaks quick and easy. Are you ready to get rowdy?
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