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Aqua Sphere Pursuit Wetsuit Review

Aqua Sphere has been making top-of-the line wetsuits for triathletes for years.  The brand might not be as synonymous with triathlon as Quintana Roo or Xterra, but they make quality wetsuits and sell them at fair prices.  They have various different styles, designs, and prices. Aqua Sphere makes one of the best triathlete wetsuits available … Read more

Profile Design Marlin Triathlon Wetsuit Review

Over the summer we had the benefit of competing in the Profile Design Marlin Full Sleeve Triathlon Wetsuit. And we loved it. We felt like fish and we swam like fish. And we finished fast. Put a Profile Design Marlin on and we guarantee that you will swim like you’ve never swam before. The Profile … Read more

New in Triathlon Wetusits for 2013

Every year, we see gradual improvement in wetsuit technology.  Every once in a while, though, there is a rule change that affects the triathlon world, and 2013 is one of those years.  Late last year, USA Triathlon announced a new rule that restricts the type of wetsuit a competitor may wear. As of January 1, … Read more

Zoot Prophet Wetsuit Review

The Zoot Prophet at a list price of $650 (but you can get it for as low as $520 through us) is the top-of-the-line wetsuit from Zoot, a trusted maker of high-quality triathlon gear and compression gear (in fact, they make some of our favorite compression socks)..  We have long held Zoot in high regard, … Read more

Desoto Wetsuit Brand Review

DeSoto’s T1 Wetsuits are known above all else for one feature: their innovative 2-piece construction.  DeSoto is the only brand to feature a 2-piece wetsuit, and the small but passionate company claims several performance advantages to the design.   For one, it separates leg motion from arm motion to eliminate torso stretch in the suit and … Read more

$75 Triathlon Wetsuits. For Real?

One of the more common questions we receive is on the low-end wetsuits available on the market.  Any quick Ebay search will yield a whole slew of wetsuits in the $50 – $100 range, much cheaper than even the entry-level wetsuits from reliable triathlon gear names.  The logic is this:  Why buy a $300 wetsuit … Read more

TYR Triathlon Wetsuit Brand Review

The TYR brand was founded in 1985 by Steve Furniss and Joseph DiLorenzo in California. Steve Furniss is a former Olympic Bronze medal winner and was the captain of the 1976 U.S. Olympic swim team while Joseph DiLorenzo is the owner and president of TYR sports and its sister company Swimwear Anywhere Inc.  TYR was … Read more

Xterra Volt Wetsuit Review

The Volt from Xterra is an absolute steal at an MSRP of $99, which is not much more than what you can rent a wetsuit for these days. The Volt is a sleeveless suit that debuted in 2010 and has quickly become a favorite of triathletes looking for performance on a budget. It’s also filling … Read more