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Our editors and guest experts reveal 16 swim things on their 2022 holiday gift wish lists—from pricey tech to our favorite goggles this year and other goodies under $30.
Whether it's a freezing-cold training day or a race in a tropical ocean, our guide to what to wear for open water swimming will help you pick the right gear before diving in.
Experienced triathletes know it’s a good idea to have a small quiver of different swim goggles for different situations. We break down what to wear and when.
The Swiss star has admitted she unknowingly wore a prohibited wetsuit in the Collins Cup and Ironman Switzerland – but no retrospective action will be taken.
Goggles are goggles, right? Nope. Our guide on what to look for in the best pair of triathlon swim goggles for you.
As temperatures continue to climb and the black line at the bottom of the pool is starting to look a little too familiar, the open water is calling. We look at the best tested gear to do it safely.
Sleeveless wetsuits are cheaper, less restrictive, and cooler—but when should you wear one and why?
With so many brands, models, bells, whistles, and features on today’s techy wetsuits, where does the rubber meet the proverbial road? We help you throw out the buzzwords and focus on what really matters when you shop.
You don't have to be screaming in pain after your long wetsuit swim.
A premium wetsuit for triathletes looking to up their performance in the water
Just like anything, there are two ways to put on a triathlon wetsuit—the right way and the wrong way. Any pro will tell you that putting on a cheap wetsuit correctly is better than putting on an expensive one the wrong way.
While 99% of pool workouts are time/distance based, we look at a few alternative options and the gear you’ll need to help make you faster.
Swimming is hard. These training tools might not make you the best swimmer, but they’ll make you better.
Quintana Roo’s HYDROsix2 ditches men’s and women’s sizings for 14 genderless options. Here's what works and what doesn’t.
Chemistry labs, ergonomics, thermoregulation—even the Manhattan Project (yes, that one): The research on wetsuits spans decades, but which is best?
Even though winter is coming, it doesn't mean you should go inside. We look at the best wetsuits and accessories for swimming in chilly temps.
TheMagic5 goggles are the first of their kind: custom 3D-printed goggles that use AI face-scanning tech. But are Magic5 any good?
Imagine the equivalent of a smartphone or even a computer screen in front of your eyes as you swim. But is it all it’s cracked up to be?
We take a look at what makes good, basic neoprene and explore what makes the best beginner wetsuit for under $300.
Aquasphere’s new initiative, A Lens for Every Condition, helps you pick a lens specific to your training or racing light conditions.
Find the right gear to enhance your swimming with our guide to the best training tools.
Check out our 2021 women's wetsuit buyer's guide for a wide range of reviewer-tested neoprene for triathletes of all levels.
Check out our 2021 men's wetsuit buyer's guide for a wide range of reviewer-tested neoprene for triathletes of all levels.
It’s a brave new world, and as pools reopen and open water becomes a little less like a polar challenge, there are a few key pieces of gear you’ll need to help you get back in the water.
We take an open-water specific look at reviewing five hot goggles for 2020.
For triathletes who can’t get to a pool, there are some great options for keeping your previously ripening swim fitness from withering on the vine.
With people thinking more than ever about how to keep clean, we take a look at the best soaps and shampoos to protect swimmers from harsh chemicals.
Unless you came from a swimming background, it’s hard to know which swimsuit is best for triathletes. We can help.
Next-level tech from Form goggles beams real-time (and accurate) heart rate data right in front of your eyes.
We take a look at some of the most important features in the best triathlon suit for you and list a few picks.
Six suits that will make you warmer, more hydrodynamic, and floatier than ever before.
After two months of testing, former pro triathlete/college swimmer Ben Collins reviews some exciting new tech shaking up the pool.
The science behind how your wetsuit floats is rapidly changing.
The latest offering in a long line of new swim tech lights up your goggles to show your heart rate as you swim.