It’s the third-annual Amazon Prime Day, a holiday the ecommerce giant invented in 2015 to make the world buy stuff and give deal-loving Prime members something to look forward to besides Black Friday and Cyber Monday. We waded through the acid-wash jeans and Minnie Mouse Headphones to find these six fun deals triathletes will love. Shop on.
The Deal: Try Prime free and get 25% off the $26 price tag
No BPAs no funky taste, Klean Kanteen’s bottles are made with 18/8 food-grade stainless steel. Yes, these bottles cost more than their plastic cousins, but they will last infinitely longer. No, it won’t fit in a bottle cage, so it’s more of an office/school partner than a friend on the bike—but the sport top on this model helps.
The Deal: $127 w/o heart rate (vs. $150)
While not as advanced as the endurance freak-focused Forerunner, the vívoactive is a slimmer, simpler, more fashionable version of a GPS smartwatch. More like an Apple Watch with its call-answering capabilities, the vívoactive still tracks swimming, biking and running—albeit with less panache than its more serious siblings.
The Deal: $50 (vs $70)
Why spend a ton on a fancy new bike computer, when you carry around a mini-supercomputer around every day already? The Wahoo RPM sensor transforms your iPhone or Android-compatible smartphone into an excellent bike computer with the addition of this small speed and cadence sensor. It works with Bluetooth or ANT+ to connect and also works with Zwift for indoor days.
The Deal: $22 (vs $33)
An essential piece of gear for anyone who rolls around on two wheels, this multi-tool has all of the stuff you need, plus a few you (hopefully) never will. Stainless steel and polymer construction ensures that it’ll work correctly when called upon and won’t leave you stranded and Uber-ing your way home
The Deal: $15/pair on select sizes and colors (vs. $45)
Got sore calves? Long car ride ahead? Throw these on post-workout or race for a soothing squeeze. SPF 50 will keep your calves weirdly white while the rest of you tans if you wear them with shorts in the sun. Choose from more than 10 different colors to match your personal style.
The Deal: Try Prime free and get 30% off the $94 price tag
If you’ve been on the fence about taking the plunge into a tri-specific shoe, now’s the time to make the leap. Featuring two straps to ensure snug closure, the Tri Fly Select v6 still has a wide, outward-opening main strap that won’t crush your chainring. This cycling shoe also comes with a stiff composite outsole and carbon forefoot insole for stiffness, a rubber heel bumper for walking (running!) through transition and a vent for water drainage post-swim.