Zoot Dawn Pa­trol F2 Hoodie, Twin­fin Tight Velofix Sport­suds Grid X Foam Roller Tribay Mar­ket Beginner’s Box

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As good as this hoodie looks, it per­forms even bet­ter. This light­weight top uses a soft outer layer with pro­tec­tion to keep out the ele­ments and a fleece lined in­ner layer for com­fort and warmth. The hood has a stretch draw­cord, there’s a front kan­ga­roo pocket an­long with a front zip­pered mesh pocket and port.

Pair the hoodie with the Twin­fin tight for a com­plete fall outer layer. This three-sea­son tight has a draw­cord at the waist and side stash pock­ets for gels or a set of keys. Re­flec­tive 7" an­kle zip­pers make it easy to get them on and off, too.

We’re guess­ing that we’re not the only ones who are strug­gling to get the smell out of our favourite tri kit af­ter a heavy-duty sum­mer of train­ing. Be care­ful how you de­liver this over the hol­i­day, but Sport Suds can make for a wel­come gift, es­pe­cially for those who do a lot of train­ing in high-tech sports cloth­ing. Spe­cially for­mu­lated to dis­lodge odour-car­ry­ing bac­te­ria, oils and dirt from your work­out wear, you’ll find clothes will last longer, smell bet­ter and al­lows wa­ter­proof and breath­able fabrics to breathe bet­ter. It works in both cold and hot wa­ter, too.

The Grid X roller is twice as firm as the orig­i­nal Grid Foam Roller, mak­ing it per­fect for triath­letes look­ing for the best way to re­lieve tight mus­cles af­ter a hard train­ing ses­sion. Easy to clean, the Grid X is sweat proof, too.

For the triath­lete in your house­hold who never has any time to get their bike fixed – a ser­vice ses­sion gift cer­tifi­cate from Velofix. This mo­bile bike shop can come right to your door when­ever you need them. There are a va­ri­ety of ser­vice pack­ages avail­able. With lo­ca­tions across the coun­try there’s a good chance you’ll be able to get any­thing from a tune-up to a ma­jor re­pair done right at home.

A per­fect starter pack for the beginner triath­lete who is just try­ing to fig­ure out what en­ergy prod­ucts to add to their train­ing reg­i­men, the Beginner Box in­cludes a va­ri­ety of gels, chews, bars and elec­trolyte re­place­ment prod­ucts from brands such as: GU, Ke­waza, Honey Stinger, Fruit2, Bounce, Nuun, Na­ture’s Bak­ery, Salt Stick, Sim­ply Pro­tein, EFS, Skratch, Louis Garneau, En­durance Tap, Bonk Breaker and Clif.

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