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Aqua Sphere Kayenne Polarised Lens Goggles
Aqua Sphere MP Xceed Smoke Lens Goggles
Orca Heatseeker Vest
Vorgee Voyager Tinted Lens Goggles Black
Zone3 Activate Mens Tri Shorts
Zone3 Original 5/3mm Unisex Buoyancy Shorts
Aqua Sphere Kaiman Clear Lens Goggles
Aqua Sphere Kayenne Womens Mirrored Lens Goggles Black/Pink
Aqua Sphere Phelps Xceed Titanium Mirrored Lens Goggles
Aqua Sphere Seal 2.0 Smoke Lens Goggles Transparent Blue
Aqua Sphere Vista Pro Mirror Lens Goggles
Aqua Sphere Vista Smoke Lens Goggles
Orca Neoprene Mens Shorts
Vorgee Missile Eclipse Mirrored Lens Goggles Black
Vorgee Vortech Polarised Lens Goggles Black
Vorgee Voyager Clear Lens Goggles Black
Zone3 Aquaflo+ Mens Tri Shorts
Zone3 Aquaflo+ Short Sleeve Mens Trisuit
Zone3 Attack Polarised Lens Goggles
Aqua Sphere Fastlane Titanium Mirrored Lens Goggles
Aqua Sphere Kaiman Smoke Lens Goggles
Aqua Sphere Kayenne Blue Mirrored Lens Goggles
Aqua Sphere Kayenne Clear Lens Goggles
Aqua Sphere Kayenne Gold Titanium Mirrored Lens Goggles White/Gold
Author: Morgan Youngberry-Walsh
Date Posted: 18 March 2019
Leaking or ill-fitting goggles can be a major inconvenience, so follow our simple guide to make sure your chosen goggles suit your face shape.
Author: Danae Baggs
Date Posted: 18 July 2018
Whether you’re getting your first wetsuit or considering an upgrade, knowing which wetsuits you should choose is paramount to succeeding in your triathlon and open water training and racing.
Author: Tim Lofthouse and Danae Baggs
Date Posted: 4 July 2018
Just like the rest of your triathlon kit, your wetsuit is certainly a purchase substantial enough to warrant proper care. Follow these handy tips to prolong the life of your wetsuit.
Author: Wildfire Team
Date Posted: 12 June 2018
A good swimming cap, water tight goggles and some training gear to help improve technique will go a long way towards motivating you to spend time in the water practicing your swimming.
Author: Danae Baggs
Date Posted: 8 December 2017
Popular sports brands such as SKINS, CEP, 2XU and Compressport have sunk time, research and funds into their compression clothing out of a deep belief in its benefits. Is it worth getting compression gear yourself?