Posted in Triathlon and tagged Triathlon, swim, run, Cycle
With three disciplines to prepare for, being organised is key to triathlon success. Here, Wiggle Buying Manager Martin McKinlay tells us about what's in his kit bag.

KitBrix Kit Bag

Keep everything organised with the KitBrix Kit Bag. You can zip multiple Kitbrix together and the interchangable icons make it easy to locate what you need at-a-glance. Multiple compartments mean there's a place for everything.

HUUB Albacore 3:5 Wetsuit

The HUUB Albacore 3:5 Wetsuit is built for speed in the water. The Kinetic Release construction facilitates greater arm-stroke efficiency and the different thickness of material on the upper and lower body mean buoyancy is perfectly balanced.

HUUB - Dave Scott Long Course Suit

Developed with 6 time Hawaii Winner and the King of Kona Dave Scott, the HUUB - Dave Scott Long Course Suit features Coldblack® fabric technology for a minimum SPF 30 protection which makes it perfect for summer races. The chamois pad was developed especially for longer distances and the design is compatible with the more open-hip tri-bike position.

adidas Ultra Boost

The integrated tongue in the adidas Ultra Boost makes them easy to put on. Switch the laces out for dhb Elastic Lock Laces for a real head-start.

Sidi T-4 Air Carbon Triathlon Shoe

The Sidi T-4 Air Carbon Triathlon Shoe features an oversized loop and two large velcro straps so getting them on should be easy even with wet hands. The carbon composite sole is lightweight but stiff and durable.

Kask Protone Road Helmet

Developed in collaboration with Team Sky, the Kask Protone Road Helmet offers aerodynamic performance without sacrificing ventilation. The 'Octo-Fit' system allows a customised fit that can be adjusted on-the-fly.

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