Three sports in one race: A triathlon can be daunting so it’s good to know that Sundried’s ethical activewear womens triathlon suits will perform all the way to the finish line.
The Sundried brand is tried and tested by world-class athletes. Pro triathlete Alice Hector took Sundried to the podium in 2017 and the brand hopes to support many more of their ambassadors’ wins in the 2018 season.
Sundried use an Italian technical fabric which is super-fast drying, keeping you comfortable throughout any racing or training even after swimming. The Sundried womens triathlon suit offers excellent UV protection, a hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial pad for added comfort and performance while cycling without chaffing during the run.
This fabric is very durable and chlorine resistant, meaning it does not degrade when used in chlorinated swimming pools: chlorine is a strong, corrosive substance and lower grade materials can soon look bleached and the lycra can sag. It’s an indicator of a better grade of womens triathlon suits that the Sundried products keep their form and structure for added durability and allowing you to perform anywhere, anytime.
Womens Triathlon Suits – A Gripping Story
Sundried stress another key feature of their womens triathlon suits which is the leg grippers. One of the worst things that can happen when you are running is to have your shorts ride up and cause chafing. While a good chamois cream helps, having the material of your womens triathlon suits rubbing can make the difference between a good race and a bad one.
Sundried say that they “live and breathe triathlon” and are the organisers of the Southend Triathlon which takes place in June this year. 2018 is already looking to be even bigger and better than before, attracting top athletes from all over the UK. Sundried have even created a free beginners triathlon guide to get you started!
A few months back, Sundried provided us with some bamboo cycling gloves for review, which you can read about here.