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DID YOU KNOW? If wetsuits make you break out in a rash, its time to try a T1 Wetsuit.

Posted by Emilio De Soto on

DID YOU KNOW?  If wetsuits make you break out in a rash, its time to try a T1 Wetsuit.

This is Josh Goldner,  prior to owning a T1 Wetsuit, he wrote us this: "I am a three time ironman (working on my fourth). I am limited by which races I can do as I have had an allergic reaction to neoprene wetsuits. I have tried multiple brands and break out in an itchy read rash all over my body. How is the GreenGoma™ Rubber in your suits different?" Josh was limited to racing in the few triathlons where the water is warm enough to swim without a wetsuit.  Shortly after we came out with GreenGoma Rubber, we began to get inquiries...

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DID YOU KNOW? Femme Inspiration WorldWide

Posted by Tracy De Soto on

DID YOU KNOW?  Femme Inspiration WorldWide

I often get the question: "what inspires you?" in your designs and apparel.  As far as technology, that is driven by both my husband and I having an undergraduate degree in engineering.  We are always looking for the best possible way to do things, and when it comes to apparel the best possible technology.  I say "best" and not "latest" technology because there are many fads that others may grab on to, that we dismiss, simply because the engineering behind the technology isn't sound, in our belief.  When it comes to design though, I find I'm most creative while away...

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A TIP FROM EMILIO:  SHAVE SECONDS, EVEN MINUTES, OFF YOUR RACE.

Posted by Emilio De Soto on

A TIP FROM EMILIO:  SHAVE SECONDS, EVEN MINUTES, OFF YOUR RACE.

Most triathletes spend so much time trying to shave seconds off their swim, bike, and run times, and they pay very little regard to the valuable time they can save in the transition area simply by practicing what they do.  It may sound silly, even dorky, but not nearly as silly as most people look on race day, when they don’t practice their transitions. Simulate what you will do in T1 including removal of your wetsuit, putting on your shoes and helmet, and mounting your bike to the point where you are clipped in.  Simulate T2 including dismounting your bike,...

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A TIP FROM EMILIO: EMILIO’S FIRST LAW OF TRIATHLON

Posted by Emilio De Soto on

A TIP FROM EMILIO:  EMILIO’S FIRST LAW OF TRIATHLON

EMILIO’S FIRST LAW OF TRIATHLON:  Never wear, use, or do anything in a race that you have not worn, used, or done repeatedly in training.  

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What You Should and Shouldn’t Hear in Your Triathlon Apparel

Posted by Tracy De Soto on

What You Should and Shouldn’t Hear in Your Triathlon Apparel

What You Should and Shouldn’t Hear in Your Triathlon Apparel I love our customers and I appreciate all types of triathletes.  Let’s face it, we are a unique bunch of people.  Perhaps not as unique when we speak of athletes and especially not when it comes to endurance athletes but when it comes to the general population, I’d say we are an “interesting” bunch. I have the pleasure of getting to read many emails from customers as to their reactions when they try on their triathlon apparel.  I shared a post recently but how there is an assumption that a...

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