Men's De Soto Liftfoil Speed TrisuitItem #DSW203
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Men's De Soto Liftfoil™ Speed Trisuit :: This suit will help you swim faster in triathlons that do not permit wetsuits. Unlike similar "swimskins" that require you to remove them after the swim portion, the Liftfoil, with its Floatpad™, is designed so that you can swim, then bike, then run, all in complete comfort and without having to change. It has no pockets and is ideal for shorter triathlons where you do not need pockets, and where you ultimate goal is to finish faster without ever changing. It also works well for longer triathlons that do not permit the use of wetsuits. In this case, we suggest the use of a fuelbelt, or changing from swim to bike to run given that the time required to change is minimal compared to the rest of the race. This speedsuit has no rubberized material, no polyurethane, and no neoprene. It abides to WTC's recent ruling on swimskins, speedskins, swim apparel...whatever WTC wants to call it. The Liftfoil™ now has the Integrated Ceramico™ Pad. It is 7mm thick, it is soft, stretchy, buoyant, and it is most durable pad in the world. USAT approved, WTC Legal and now with coldblack®.
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