Not looking to spend as much on your smartwatch as you would on a laptop? The good news is that the Suunto 5 Peak and the Garmin Instinct 2 have everything a triathlete might need for under $400. But which watch wins?
The next generation of body hacking is constant glucose monitoring. We take a look at two CGMs in a side-by-side comparison: Supersapiens vs. Levels
Two new European superbikes square off in a battle for slippery-fast glory.
Stop dreading your winter runs. Get your cold-weather clothing right and get out the door on even the chilliest mornings with our guide to layering. Top it off with one of these two new high-tech lightweight insulated jackets.
We put two new do-it-all smartwatches in a head-to-head cage match to see who reigns supreme.
We pit two nearly pocket-sized percussive massagers against each other too see who vibes best.
The next wave of carbon-plated shoes has two competing “families” locked in an epic battle.
More carbon for less cash in this battle between three budget aftermarket hoops. Where should you slap down your well-earned cash? We’ll tell you.
We pit two unconventional lightweight trainers against each other in one speedy square off.
Nike’s been putting up big claims with their new React Infinity Run, but should it even be compared to a structured shoe like the Arahi 4?
Prepare yourself for a hurts-so-good body beatdown.
Mass-produced things are so 2015—we look at a pair of the best aftermarket aerobar options from two smaller brands that just might make you a believer.
Biomechanists at HOKA and Nike have been tinkering away, and triathletes get to reap the benefits. We pit two brands’ carbon-plated, stride-enhancing road racing shoes head to head to find their differences.
We take a look at two new color and navigation-heavy options for triathletes of every level.
We tested two mid-level steeds under $10k.
These two repair stands are ready to make you a better bike mechanic. Happy bike, happy life.
Here’s how two top choices stack up.
When life got hectic and recovery time elusive, we tried turning to tech to ensure maximum zzz's.
Tri training can take its toll on your body—we look at two top recovery pumps that use forced compression to help your muscles recover faster.
As smart trainers become the best way to ride inside, we look at two new entries into the sub-$1,000 direct-drive market. Get smart, and go home.
Half-framed sunglasses hit the sweet spot for triathletes with protection on the bottom and unobstructed vision in the aero position on top.
We found two mirrorless cameras worthy of tri-tography greatness—for under $1K. Let’s see how they stack up.
We pit two monster, trek-ready smartwatches against each other in a fierce competition for multisport bragging rights.