SUGOi RS Tri Suit - Men's

SUGOi RS Tri Suit - Men's
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RS Tri Suit - Men's by SUGOi
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SUGOi RS Tri Suit - Men's

Two-piece triathlon kits often shift and cause chafing during races, not to mention awkward tan lines at the waist. So, boasting a wind-and water-cheating fabric and a lightly compressive fit, Sugoi's Men's RS Tri Suit makes a good case for toeing the start line wearing a one-piece. Made with an Ultra Pro construction, the RS Tri Suit's fabric's stretch also lightly compresses the muscles to help reduce fatigue induced by vibration from rough roads, while also keeps you hydrodynamic during the swim. Ultra Aero dries quickly once you're out of the water, and then it wicks perspiration from your skin to keep you cool and dry throughout the bike and run. Icefil panels under the arms also help regulate your temp with cooling properties to combat overheating. To aid in breathability, the tri suit features a back mesh panel that helps excess hot air to escape. Meanwhile, the multi-panel design finished with flatlock seams gives you both a low-profile and non-chafing fit, and stitch-free leg openings move with you through a wide range of motion. Ensuring comfort on the bike, the lightweight Trilite Pro chamois features a wicking layer that's infused with silver ions for an anti-microbial performance to fight odors. Its design allows it to dry quickly once you're out of the water and is barely noticeable during the run. A half-length zipper allows you to adjust just how much airflow you desire, while two back pockets hold the nutrition you need to keep your tired body going strong.

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