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Best Wiggle deals for discounted triathlon gear

We pull together a list of some of our favourite triathlon gear bargains on offer in the Wiggle Black Friday sale

Here at 220 Triathlon we’re always on the lookout for a bargain and right now there’s an impressive Black Friday sale taking place at Wiggle that features gear across swimming, cycling and running.

We’ve taken a closer look at what’s on offer and put together our picks of some of the best deals currently available.

From swimming goggles to road helmets and energy gels, there’s plenty to be excited about.

We’ve added our top picks below, but if you’re looking for more, be sure to check out the Wiggle Black Friday Deals page, where you can save up to 60%.

To jump straight to Wiggle’s helmet and sunglasses deals, click here.

Best Wiggle deals for triathletes

POC Aspire Sunglasses – 50% saving

POC Aspire Sunglasses

These sunglasses from POC are built for ‘pro-level’ performance and are designed to deliver a wide field of vision while remaining lightweight.

A full-rimmed frame is included to boost durability and comfort, while the lenses use mirror tech to reflect light without altering the colour curve.

Buy your pair from Wiggle now to save 50%, with the price dropping from £180 to £90.

Vitesse EVO RED AXS Road Bike – 30% saving

Vitus Evo Red AXS road bike

This Vitesse EVO road bike comes with SRAM’s wireless Red AXS components and is designed to be quick on both ascents and descents.

Vitus says it’s more than capable at holding high speeds on the flats and is at home no matter the task, whether a weekend club ride or a Grand Tour event.

It comes specced with Reynolds’ AR46 DB Carbon wheelset, an aero-optimised carbon frame and Michelin Power Road 700x25c tubeless ready tyres.

Dhb Aeron Lab Short-sleeve Tri-suit – 50% saving


In the market for a new tri-suit? This option from Dhb scored 85% when we reviewed it as part of our best tri-suits list.

We praised it for feeling ultralight, sleek and like a second skin, while comfort and storage were also highlights.

Dhb Hydron Robe – 40% saving

dhb Hydron Robe on a white background

Wanted a changing robe for a while but not got round to buying one? We’ve got good news for you, because Wiggle has the Dhb Hydron Robe on offer for just £60!

It has a soft Sherpa-fleece lining while the outer is wind and water resistance. Read our review of the Hydron Robe in our list of the best swim robes.

Tacx Neo 2 Special Edition Smart Trainer – 46% saving

Tacx Neo 2T

The Neo 2 Special Edition is a premium smart trainer that is stacked full of features, including Road-Feel, Dynamic Inertia and Descent Simulation. The aim? To make every single one of your indoor sessions as realistic as possible.

The trainer is even quieter than the first one and can simulate gradients up to 25%.

Oakley Sutro Matte Carbon Glasses

Oakley Sutro Matte Carbon sunglasses

If you love Oakley sunglasses, then this deal is for you. On offer with a massive saving of 30% is the brand’s Sutro glasses, which offer a wide field of vision, protection and excellent performance.

See our review of the Oakley Sutro for more.

Science in Sport GO Isotonic Energy Gels – 30% saving

sis go hydro

Stock up on your energy gels with this bulk pack from SiS, which comes with 30 sachets for just £33.60, down from £48.

Choose between a variety of flavours including blackcurrant, fruit salad and orange, with each containing a dose of electrolytes and 22g of carbohydrates to keep you going through your longer training sessions or race day.

Each sachet weighs just 20g each and the gels have been made so you can absorb them easily on the go thanks to their simple rip system.

Vitus Zenium Carbon C Road Bike – 30% saving

Vitus Zenium Carbon C road bike

If you’re new to cycling or triathlon, or just want a cheaper second bike for commuting, the Zenium could be a great option.

It comes with a carbon frame, disc brakes and Microshift’s Centos mechanical groupset.

There’s enough clearance for 32mm tyres while some internal cable routing keep things tidy.

Hoka Bondi X – 30% saving

Hoka Bondi X running shoe

Carbon running shoes have become increasingly popular over the past few years, with most tailored toward racing.

The Bondi X, however, adds a carbon plate to one of Hoka’s most cushioned lines of shoes.

The result? A nice balance between comfort and responsiveness.

Zone3 Aspect Thermal Women’s Wetsuit – 60% saving

Zone3 Thermal Aspect wetsuit

The Aspect wetsuit was introduced by Zone3 for people that predominantly swim breaststroke, with flexibility across the legs and chest specific to that type of swimming.

Of course, you can also swim front crawl in the wetsuit, too.

On sale here at Wiggle is the thermal version, which should help you carry on swimming when the temperature drops. You can find out more in our review of the Aspect Thermal wetsuit.

Kask Utopia Cycling Helmet – up to 50% saving

Kask Utopia helmet gloss

This aero road helmet from Kask is said to feature an aerodynamic shell, which the brand claims was tested in a wind tunnel to ensure efficient airflow.

Kask says the inner padding is designed to help slow down perspiration on the forehead. There are also internal gel pads at contact points, which aim to alleviate pressure on the wearer’s head.

The helmet also includes a synthetic leather chinstrap, which is designed to avoid irritation and improve comfort. See our full review of the Utopia in our list of the best aero road helmets for triathlon.

Dhb Hydron Wetsuit 2.0 – 42% saving

dhb Hydron Wetsuit 2.0

Dhb says its budget wetsuit, the Hydron 2.0, is designed to provide a high-level of buoyancy for entry-level swimmers.

This is said to be down to a 3mm thick neoprene on the front torso and hips, with 2.5mm through the thighs and 2mm on the calves, shins and across the posterior.

For transitions, dhb includes quick-release calf panels and a longer cord, designed to be easy to reach.

It scored an impressive 87% in our reviews of the top budget triathlon wetsuits for men and women.

Both are £75, down from £130.

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