S-WORKS TT PO­LAR BLUESEVENTY TRAN­SI­TION BAG BLUESEVENTY EL­E­MENT GOG­GLES 2XU ARM SLEEVE

Triathlon Magazine Canada - - FEATURES -

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Boast­ing wind-tun­nel-de­vel­oped aero­dy­nam­ics and an ul­tra-light dial fit, you can be sure there’s no time lost wear­ing the S-works TT. It’s a must-have for the triath­lete look­ing for ev­ery ounce of free speed.

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With its 2.8" colour touch screen, the Po­lar V650 al­lows triath­letes to track and mea­sure al­most any as­pect of their train­ing. Some no­table fea­tures in­clude Blue­tooth con­nec­tiv­ity for Po­lar heart rate and cy­cling sen­sors, ac­cu­rate al­ti­tude mea­sure­ments and in­te­grated GPS mea­sure­ments.

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This large top-load­ing bag with its nu­mer­ous gear-spe­cific or­ga­nizer pock­ets of­fers triath­letes plenty of space for bulky rac­ing and train­ing gear. The ad­di­tion of a plush and fully ad­justable sus­pen­sion sys­tem en­sures that ath­letes can com­fort­ably carry all their equip­ment.

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The El­e­ment Gog­gles com­bine the low-drag feel that’s de­sired by many ex­pe­ri­enced swim­mers with a com­fort­able fit that will also ap­peal to new triath­letes.

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By em­ploy­ing seam­less con­struc­tion with a sup­port­ive 250-de­nier fab­ric, 2XU cre­ates an arm sleeve that of­fers grad­u­ated sup­port for the fore­arm and bi­cep. The re­sult is in­creased blood cir­cu­la­tion and mus­cle sup­port in the arms when run­ning or cy­cling.

Wind-cheat­ing su­per-bikes de­liver race-win­ning per­for­mance. Un­for­tu­nately, thanks to their highly in­te­grated con­struc­tion, they are also of­ten dif­fi­cult to main­tain (does any­one en­joy work­ing on hid­den pro­pri­etary brakes?), chal­leng­ing to as­sem­ble and dis­as­sem­ble when trav­el­ling. Re­al­iz­ing this, Felt has cre­ated the new IA 14, a bike that de­liv­ers al­most all the su­per-bike aero ben­e­fits, but at a more ac­ces­si­ble price and mi­nus the in­te­grat­ed­con­struc­tion has­sles. Felt man­ages all this by sim­ply not us­ing a pro­pri­ety fork and hid­den brakes. Th­ese changes al­low for eas­ier main­te­nance, greatly sim­plify as­sem­bly and al­low rid­ers to eas­ily switch cock­pit com­po­nents. Any­one who is not liv­ing or trav­el­ling with a per­sonal bike me­chanic and yet still wants su­per-bike­like per­for­mance should take a se­ri­ous look at the new IA 14.

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