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The 9 Best Online Deals for Triathletes Right Now

Right now is a great time to find some amazing deals on gear for the upcoming season.

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Right now is a great time to find some amazing deals on gear for the upcoming season. We searched some online retailers to find great prices on gear that will help you go faster.

Swim

Full-sleeve wetsuits are the fastest option for race day as they provide more buoyancy and better hydrodynamics. For women, this suit from BlueSeventy offers speed at a great price. BlueSeventy Women’s Reaction Full Suit from Nytro.com, $285

Whether you are looking for your first suit, or upgrading from a borrowed one, this suit from Zoot uses grooved panels on the chest for increased flexibility and a low profile neck to reduce chafing. A special coating to reduce friction also improves durability and toughness. Zoot Men’s Z Force 3.0 Full suit from Nytro.com, $162

Bike

For pure race day speed, all out aero wheels are a great upgrade. These may be last year’s model, but they are still lightning fast thanks to their 90mm depth and aerodynamically optimized profile. Plus, they stop well too. 2016 Reynolds Aero 90 Clincher from TriSports.com, $2142

A comfortable saddle is a must for every triathlete. Try out this model from Fizik that features a full length pressure relief channel so you can be a happy camper. Fizik Tri Tone 6.5 Saddle from Trisports.com, $112

Run

Keep hydrated on your medium to long runs with this hydration belt from Nathan that has two 8oz. bottles and a zippered pocket for your keys or a gel. Nathan Speed 2 R Hydration Belt from Nytro.com, $44

Garmin’s 220 tracks your heart race and uses GPS to track your pace and distance. At nearly 25% off, this watch is a great deal for those looking for an entry level data-capable watch. Garmin ForeRunner 220 from TriathlonLabs.com, $188

Accessories

Recovery is key to a good workout the next day. Keep your hips and low back limber and ready to go using rolling and trigger point therapy to release tight, sore muscles. With two massage balls, one foot roller and one quad roller, you can work on every muscle in your body. Think of this as your at home personal massage kit. Trigger Point Performance Hip and Low Back Kit from Nytro.com, $112

Keep organized on race day with this USAT branded bag from TYR. This bag has plenty of pockets and compartments to keep you organized, including one for wet gear and an outer sleeve for your helmet USAT Branded TYR Transition Bag from Trisports.com, $90

An aero helmet is the best bang for your buck aero upgrade, even more so at this price. Louis Garneau P-06 Helmet from Trisports.com, $50