Triathlon Gear Reviews

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: roserc
(5)

TrainerRoad helps to make trainer sessions both bearable and productive. The software is first rate, and it is able to scale the workouts to your ability to get the best results. Highly recommended.

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: roserc
(2.8)

Just my opinion, but it seems like there are better options out there, This one didn't work for me, but I think these videos are a matter of indvidual preference and expectations.

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: roserc
(4.6)

Provides valuable cycling data, especially when used with TrainerRoad on the trainer. It has synched easily with the Ant+ stick and the Garmin 305. I have never had issues with it, which I guess is all I can ask for.

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: roserc
(3.5)

Has been a reliable GPS watch for years, but the battery life has degraded significantly. Overall it has been a great watch.

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: roserc
(4.6)

A very economical saddle that is comfortable and resolved my numbness issue, especially on the trainer.

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: roserc
(4.2)

Great goggles - I buy them again and again. Very happy with them.

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: Jcdyess
(3.8)

Stick with velocity's. I went back to my old pair and have been just fine.

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date: October 14, 2014
review by: dwhelms
(3.6)

I bought this wetsuit because I am not the most experienced open water swimmer. I have used it many times in the lake for early and late season training and love it. It gives me a little more warmth, and much more buoyancy, which is nice. I am pleased with this purchase, and would buy from them again.

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date: October 13, 2014
review by: weebird44
(5)

This is the ONLY style of goggle I train and race with. I am doing my first Ironman in June of 2015. These will be on my face when I crush that 2.4 mile swim!!

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date: October 10, 2014
review by: JackieCKennedy
(4.7)

This wetsuit performed beautifully in the pool and the lake. I look forward to using it in more races. The buoyancy it provides is amazing. Sleeveless is great for allowing full range of motion while swimming.

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date: October 7, 2014
review by: pistuo
(4.9)

I think it's the most popular in it's class. It definitely easy to use and does so many things!

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date: October 3, 2014
review by: shoni
(5)

Great new company with new materials used in the suits. Check them out! rocketsciencesports.com

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date: September 23, 2014
review by: jeffnboise
(3)

It was free so I'll use the stuff til it's gone, but my workouts didn't get better, my energy/recovery time didn't seem to improve. Again, if my upcoming blood tests show some miraculous 'gains' in my biometrics, I'll reconsider, but for now; I won't be buying the stuff. Hell, I don't even know how much it costs.

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date: September 19, 2014
review by: tcj103
(4)

This is a highly versatile multisport watch/GPS. Moving up from the 310XT, I now have more than a stopwatch when I'm in the pool, I can sync workouts right afterward using my smartphone, and get running dynamics as well (as soon as I figure out what the numbers mean). Update September 2014: It's worked well, and I've been wearing it as a daily watch, which is a nice convenience so I always have it ready to go. Battery life in watch mode has been great, and I haven't gotten any comments about it's size as a "watch".

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date: August 4, 2014
review by: LundyLund
(4.3)

These sleeves have been a great tool for recovery from long runs. We all know the benefits of compression socks, but 110% sleeves have the bonus of allowing the insertion of ice packs. The inner lining of the sleeve protects the skin from extreme cold, but the leg benefits from a lack of space between the ice/sleeve and the leg. These have made a big difference in my recovery from long runs.

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