TYR has just revealed the TYR Torque Pro, one of the few swim skins that will be allowed at this year's Ironman World Championship event. We caught up with TYR's Ryan Dolan at Interbike to learn more about the technology behind the new suit.
On September 2, TYR made its Kona-legal Torque Elite and Torque Pro swimskins available to consumers, and now at Interbike, TYR explained the unique features that have made these swimskins fly off the shelves.
Written by: Sara McLarty The evolution of triathlon can be summed up in one word: wetsuits. A slide show of triathlon competitors in wetsuits from races in the 1980s, ’90s and ’00s would provide a great visual representation of where this sport came from and where it is going. Evolution is sometimes hard to prove […]
No longer a wetsuit-only manufacturer, BlueSeventy has set out to be a complete swimming brand with the introduction of some new goggles. First up we have the Nero Rzr, which is a pool-specific goggle aimed at the speed freaks. This goggle is lightweight and has a very snug, racy fit. The goggles have a double […]
Written by: Courtney Johnson Courtney Johnson looks at five products designed to get you excited about training for your least favorite sport. Aquavee Portable Swim System $89.90: This portable system means no more missed swim workouts on the road. No matter the shape, size or tile type, the high-pressure suction cups on the end of […]