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Best tri-suits 2014

Five of this year's best tri suits tested, rated and reviewed

We recommend the best tri-suits we've reviewed in the past 12 months...

Here comes the UK tri season, and for it you'll need a tri-suit to fit your every race-day need... Each of which offers a combination of comfort, practicality and aesthetic appeal.

Tyr Competitor

Tyr CompetitorOur rating (review here): 93%

Californian collective Tyr have fine recent form in the tri-suit market, having kitted out Chrissie Wellington for multiple Ironman world champs, and this is a top-class suit offering both comfort and compression benefits. Highly recommended.

2XU G:2 Compression

2XU G:2 CompressionOur rating (review here): 87%

They may be known for supplying Aussie speedster Emma Snowsill, but this suit is perfect for those going long this season, thanks to its combination of three capacious open-ended rear pockets, comfy fleece chamois and compression benefits.

Zone3 Activate

Zone3 ActivateOur rating (review here): 83%

A striking suit with a favourable price tag, this suit from British outfit Zone3 offers good value and some neat features, including a single covered rear pocket capable of holding any sized energy gel and silicone leg grippers.

Blueseventy TX2000

Blueseventy TX2000Our rating (review here): 86%

With a duo of covered side pockets, quick-drying chamois and heat reflecting ColdBlack fabric, this suit from New Zealand swim specialists Blueseventy gets the job done time and time again.


ZeroD oSUITOur rating (review here): 89%

This ultra-lightweight offering from Montpelier's ZeroD is a techy marvel for top Olympic distance racers, featuring hydrophobic Water Wear Weapon fabric, and a lithe and barely noticeable pad.

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