HOW TO

Get­ting the bal­ance be­tween freez­ing and over­heat­ing is eas­ier with these

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Stay warm rac­ing duathlon

1 Huub’s tran­si­tion jacket (£139.99) is brand-new for 2018. Light­weight as well as wind and shower-proof, it’s de­signed to be put on to keep you warm while you’re set­ting your tran­si­tion area up, or to keep ready to throw on pre or post-race.

2 Your usual trisuit might be a bit skimpy for colder duathlons, in which case the Orca Win­ter Race Suit (£129), with Feather­lite Wind­shield is de­signed to keep you warm and to block wind.

3 Stash a Buff, (from £15.50), in a pocket and it can dou­ble as a head-warmer un­der a bike hel­met, a hat in the run or a neck­warmer dur­ing any stage. Sim­ple idea, but they re­ally work!

4 Reg­u­late your body tem­per­a­ture by choos­ing ap­parel that does it for you, like this Craft Ac­tive In­ten­sity Base Layer (£34). On colder days we’ll wear this with a breath­able tee or gilet over the top to keep the body warm but sweat-free.

5 Kalf arm warm­ers (£20) are an easy and ver­sa­tile way to add warmth with­out full ex­tra lay­ers. Just stash them in a pocket.

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