If you suffer from numbness and discomfort from your saddle I highly recommend the adamo. This is my 5th attempt with a new saddle and finally I have COMFORT when i ride.....
This is the only wet suit I have ever had and I have used it for 4 triathlons. It has really helped my enjoyment of triathlons.
I am happy with this helmet overall, but I will spend an extra second or two when putting it on to not bend the ear flaps.
I own two Litespeed's and will likely buy again in the future. The great thing is, I don't see the Blade ever wearing out, and it fits perfectly. I'll be riding this beautiful machine for a long time.
I have purchased four pairs of these shoes this year, and will continue to use them as they are comfy and wear well.
I selected this trainer based on a number of other comments on the web. It seems that I made a good choice.
These shorts make it unlikely I will buy TYR shorts again.
I'm in love.
Would buy again but ideally would opt for higher neck version.
Buy it for road racing and if you like to do some triathlons as well because it is aerodynamic. You might be better off with a carbon bike for long rides or a more aggressive bike if you are a triathlon competitor.
Great fitting cushioned trainer, especially for bigger folks like me (200lbs+). Available in extra wide and larger toe box. Good fit and durable. Used to wear Asic Kayanos, but they got soo expensive and wanted an 'American Made' brand.
All the above
Started out with a pair of Asics and had issues with shin splints from the first time out. Thought it was me. When I couldn't bear it anymore, I went to a shop and got fitted with these. Found out the Asics I had were for more pronation, which I didn't have. Bought the Brooks, went for a run the same day...and NO pain. Loved them so much, I bought a second pair 5 months later at a gear expo on closeout. Been great through 2 1/2 marys so far.
I love the versitility and comfort of this hydration belt. I would buy this belt again. I have added a 10 oz bottle to my belt. I is a little more awkward to hold than the 7 oz bottles if you have small hands. I do like the added capacity, so they are worth it to me.
This is the best quality pack I have ever purchased - for any sport.
It does what it is supposed to and more and looks good doing it.
My trusty Lane 4 goggles began leaking about three weeks before Ironman Wisconsin, so the search was on for a replacement. Good seal and comfort were the determining factors for me. I tried on pretty much every goggle option at the store, including offerings from Lane 4, TYR and Speedo. The Speed Sockets were by far the most expensive option so I really wanted one of the other options to feel as good on my face but they just didn't come close. Given that IMWI was the primary concern, I decided to pony up the extra cash for the Speed Sockets. Boy, am I glad I did.
These goggles seal as well as any I have ever used. The elastic strap is easily adjustable. The goggles come with several options for nose pieces, and they are relatively easy to change to get the right fit. Really the only drawback to this model is that you can't just adjust the nosepiece any time, rather, you need to think ahead and get them set up right ahead of time. Given that they are holding up well after a few months of use I don't find this to be a drawback at all.
If you swim long, these goggles are worth the extra bucks. I recommend them.