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Kids' Unisex Trisuit - Navy/Light Blue
  • Kids' Unisex Trisuit - Navy/Light Blue
  • Kids' Unisex Trisuit - Navy/Light Blue
Kids' Unisex Trisuit - Navy/Light Blue

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Kids' Unisex Trisuit - Navy/Light Blue

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IDR640,000.00
  • Kids' Unisex Trisuit - Navy/Light Blue
  • Kids' Unisex Trisuit - Navy/Light Blue
Kids' Unisex Trisuit - Navy/Light Blue
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Developed by passionate triathletes, this quick-drying trisuit offers freedom of movement on your kids' first triathlons.

Ideal for the three triathlon sports: swimming, cycling and running. Back zip. Silicone tape at the thighs for stability. The sleeveless design offers freedom of movement.

BENEFITS

Freedom of movement

Product designed for swimming, rolling and jumping.

Quick drying

The trisuit material dries quickly so you don't have stay wet while you cycle.

Chlorine resistance

Resistant to chlorine for use both in the pool and open water.

Eco-design

Made with 70% recycled polyester to guarantee good use.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Why wear a trisuit for triathlon?

For swimming, cycling and running in the same suit, the trisuit is a staple. Its benefits: dries quickly after swimming and comfortable for cycling and running.
Triathlon suits are worn like cycling shorts: with no underwear.

Who is it for? Boys, girls?

Both, this kids' trisuit is unisex and perfectly suited to both boys and girls.

The small details that change everything!

- This trisuit has a silicone strip at the thighs, so that the bottom doesn't move during use or when putting on a neoprene suit for the swimming leg.
- A back zip ensures your kid can put it on quickly, plus this zip has an internal protection strip to avoid friction.
- Finally, the armpits do not come into contact with the fabric so do not chafe.

Should I put on an additional suit to swim?

Yes… and no.
The trifunction suit doesn't provide thermal protection, but the neoprene suit provides buoyancy, an asset for the swimming portion. Good to know: The French Triathlon Federation forbids isothermal swimsuits when the water temperature is above 24°C and makes it compulsory when the temperature goes under 16°C. Between 16 and 24°C, it's up to you.