Triathlon Gear Reviews

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Speedo Silicone Stretch Fit

date: February 14, 2014
review by: miguelachotri
(5)

In summary, great comfortable cap especially for those of us well endowed in the cranial department.

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Adamo Prologue

date: February 12, 2014
review by: Nussy
(4.4)

So far so good. I would definitely recommend it

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H2O Audio Interval 3G Waterproof Headphone System for iPod shuffle (3rd Gen)

date: February 9, 2014
review by: proudrcf
(4.9)

When you buy anything waterproof I think at first you're always skeptical and wonder how long this is going to last or get a leak. To my surprise this unit has held up very well and keeps playing my music. The structure is very strong and has a good seal to keep water out. The earbuds are very comfortable and really don't notice they are there. This unit has really been a lifesaver for my long swim sessions:) If you can find a good deal on one of these it's surely worth the money.

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XTERRA Wetsuits Lava Pants

date: February 7, 2014
review by: elppaym
(5)

The Lava Pants by XTERRA Wetsuits have definitely found a place in my training routine. With them I have been able to get a better feel with streamlining my body while being able to Incorporate my kick and rotation to hopefully initiate muscle memory. During my first use I did noticed my average time per/100m was decreased overall for 100m x10 by a good 8 seconds (my average was 1:45/100m at probably 80% effort according to my 910xt). I was able to "feel" the positioning of being streamlined and was able to better duplicate it after removing the Lava pants. I end each training session that I use the Lava pants (so far I use them for my longer sets 2x a week out of the 4x a week that I swim)with by swimming 5-10 laps without them. One of the best training products for swimming that I have purchased.

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Finis Forearm Fulcrum

date: February 7, 2014
review by: SmallTriGirl
(4.3)

I really like using these as a tool for a few hundred yards in my warm-up. I don't use them for every swim, maybe every 3rd one. Swimming is such a technical sport and those of us who started late in life can benefit from aids like this to perfect our form as much as possible in order to gain a more efficient swim.

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Blue Seventy Reaction Long Sleeve

date: February 6, 2014
review by: proudrcf
(4.8)

Buying this wetsuit was one of the best purchases i've made for myself and my tri seasons. I did well with the Xterra sleeveless but sometimes it was just too cold so i've been wanting a full suit. The Reaction gives me everything out of a full suit that I want. The thickness is just right providing that buoyancy but also giving my free range of motion through my joints. Blue seventy has gotten them self a new customer.

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Speedfil Z4+

date: February 6, 2014
review by: rjrankin83
(4.8)

Awesome product. Took over my previous BTA option

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iphone / android Cyclemeter

date: February 6, 2014
review by: sheesleeva
(5)

this is an outstanding app that does what runkeeper does and much, much more

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ROKA Maverick Elite Full Wetsuit

date: February 4, 2014
review by: mac3116
(4.8)

The ROKA Elite Full is an outstanding product performs and looks great. It is thick where needed and thinner for a full range of motion.

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kswiss kruuz

date: February 2, 2014
review by: sheesleeva
(2.2)

I have been searching for an alternative since Nike changed the style of the Pegasus in favor of cheap materials, less padding, and a different fit. I decided to give these a try and they really were a complete waste of money.

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De Soto Forza Riviera Tri Shorts

date: February 1, 2014
review by: ajkgtown103
(3.9)

Overall, a good tri short that doubles as a training or swimming short. The pockets are nice for storing nutrition.

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Zoot TriShorts

date: January 31, 2014
review by: penguinkimberly
(4.8)

I have the 6" women's tri shorts. I trained exclusively in these shorts all last year, meaning they were usually worn 4-5 days a week, including pool swims 1-2 times a week, for much of the year. They have held up well to all of the training and washing, I have not had any problems with the construction. The leg hems are very comfortable, but stay put, I never have to mess with them. The pockets on the side are convenient for holding a car key, tube of chapstick, my phone or a small snack. I liked them so well I bought another pair so I have two to alternate this year.

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ROKA Maverick Pro Sleeveless

date: January 30, 2014
review by: slornow
(4.8)

Excellent suit. This is my third suit over the last year and the ROKA really stands out. Fits well and "dissappears" when you get in the water. Best wetsuit I have ever used.

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Stages Cycling Stages Power Meter Shimano Ultegra

date: January 29, 2014
review by: tcj103
(5)

I wanted power on a new road bike, didn't want to spend a lot, and the bike I was looking at was a scratch-and-dent model that was missing a crankset, so the shop had a Shimano 105 crank set sitting around. So it worked out for me to go with Stages. Having a Power Tap on a race wheel, I even set up a DC Rainmaker-esque comparison on the trainer; stages meter and powertap wheel, both recording to their own head-units. Overlayed the data plots, and they are indistinguishable, outside of differences in filtering between the two.

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Zoot Ultra Tempo 5.0

date: January 29, 2014
review by: slornow
(4.7)

A solid race shoe for me to run sockless in up to olympic distance. Quick shoe in transition due to "slip in" style and easily adjusted lace system

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Garmin Forerunner 910XT

date: January 29, 2014
review by: Digger262
(4.2)

This is a pricey piece of equipment but it delivers everything you would need as a triathlete to track your activities. Every other device I've used I thought was lacking something but this is the first I really cannot think of something it does not have.

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