13/04/2019 at 13:47
Has always got good reviews on 220 Triathlon as a great entry level suit. Be careful with putting it on as it seems to be a bit more susceptible to nail damage, etc than some others!
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03/04/2019 at 19:46
The size guides provided by brands are purely just that...guides. Every brand will fit slightly differently, so that is why it is always a good idea to try a few different suits on to make sure they fit well around the neck, chest and arms in particular. From experience, the HUUB suits seem to be quite tight fitting for people with larger chests. Orca suits tend to fit well for people with wider necks! Zone3 seem to be fairly standard fitting as far as UK ???normal??? sizing goes. Not sure about other brands!! Hope that helps!!
07/03/2019 at 15:10
I'm heading to the London Triathlon Show at the end of the month. Any feedback or tips from anyone who has been before??? Thanks....
04/01/2019 at 19:40
The new season suits usually land around February time from the various brands (usually a 2 year cycle for each incarnation!). The Orca S6 (will be S7 this season) is a very good and robust entry level suit. However if you're an ex-swimmer then you would probably be more suited to something like like their Equip. The HUUB Axiom or the Zone3 Aspire are also good options in that category. Good luck!!!
04/01/2019 at 19:29
Have only used the HUUB Varga googles and they are great. Have had no problems with fogging up, but then I never have with any goggles! Agree with Ris that everyone's face shape is different. It took me a long time to find goggles that didn't let water into my left eye!!!
17/12/2018 at 21:12
Good suit alright Sue. Got one for my daughter from these guys and their advice was great! https://athlostriathlon.com/triathlon
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