Men’s Active Tri Back Zip Racesuit
This suit is made of moisture-shedding Performance Endura fabric so you’ll be almost dry by the time you get out of the transition. A snug fit reduces muscle vibration – in other words, wasted energy – while the SeamLink stitch construction ensures minimal chafing and the Integra SBR 1D pad construction protects your undercarriage, keeping you from running like a cowboy after a long stint in the saddle.
$100 (around £66)
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TRI400 Men’s Compression Sleeveless Back Zip Tri Suit
Pressure-treated fabric allows you to glide through the water effortlessly, anti-friction carbon panels between your thighs stop chafing when you’re running and pedalling and a stretchy Memory MX panel down the spine allows excellent freedom of movement while you’re swimming. But this suit’s killer feature is that its TRI400 Elastic Interface compression technology increases oxygen delivery to your muscles to keep them fuelled during a race and reduces speed-sapping lactic acid build-up.
$199 (around £171)
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2XU Active Trisuit
With a SBR fleece chamois – the bit that protects your perineum – to eliminate water build-up and keep sweat from turning you into a soggy, itchy mess, this is a good halfway house between the two other suits. It also features some compression for improved performance during an event and has contoured panelling to ensure to stay you streamlined as you swim, bike and run your way to a new PB.
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