SUGOi RPM Tri Short - Women's

SUGOi RPM Tri Short - Women's
SUGOi RPM Tri Short - Women's
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RPM Tri Short - Women's by SUGOi
After dipping your toes in the world of triathlon, you're hooked. You've got a team relay and a few of your own races sprinkled throughout the summer this year, and no desire to compromise on good kit. If separates are your thing, add the Sugoi RPM Tri Short to your race-day kit. Known for solid tri kit that's friendly to self-sponsored athletes' budget constraints, Sugoi makes supportive, durable pieces. The RPM is no exception; constructed with a supportive nylon and elastane blend, it stabilizes your muscles as you transition through each challenging leg of a race. The short dries quickly as you transition into your bike leg and sweat through an exposed run course, while the included chamois provides just enough cushioning to support you on the bike, without inhibiting your stride on the run.

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SKU: SUG00CW
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