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8 Triathlon Racing Kits From The 2013 Triathlete Buyer’s Guide

  • By Kim McDonald, Jessica Broderickx and Aaron Hersh
  • Published Jul 23, 2013
  • Updated Jul 23, 2013 at 8:37 PM UTC
Photo: Scott Draper

Aqua Sphere Energize TriSuit

$200, Aquasphereswim.com
The draw: One-piece performance and two-piece comfort

Compressive tri kits don’t have to squeeze the body in all the wrong spots. Aqua Sphere designed the Tri Suit with a more forgiving fit, giving the support and speed benefits of a compressive one- piece suit for body types other than “pro.” Its pad is thin yet supportive, making it best for short and mid-length races. The suit is constructed of a fabric that dries quicker than most.

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