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Glamour Magazine
May 2013

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Triathlon Canada Buyers Guide
March/April 2013

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Triathlete Buyer's Guide
March 2013

  • Triathlete Buyer's Guide
    March 2013

    The Draw:Customizable, comfy

    We love Tyr's new custom goggle line for multiple reasons: First, it's just fun to design your own personalized pair-everything down to the strap adjuster and individual gaskets can be your color of choice.

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    2013 Best In Class

  • Triathlete Buyer's Guide
    March 2013

    The Draw:Pro quality without a constricting fit

    Typically suits catered to the elites have a too-tight fit for many amateurs, but the Category 5 was surprisingly comfortable and easy to put on and take off while still being incredibly secure against water leaking in.

    SHOP TYR HURRICANE CATEGORY 5 >


    SEE HURRICANE TECHNOLOGY >


    2013 Best In Class

  • Triathlete Buyer's Guide
    March 2013

    The Draw:Ideal for the short-course speedster

    Geared for trim short-course athletes looking for pure speed, the Carbon suit hits every mark.

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  • Triathlete Buyer's Guide
    March 2013

    Goggles
    Regardless of lens quality, gasket size or any other feature, if a goggle doesn't seal reliably, it sucks. The TYR Special Ops forms a gentle yet solid bond and is color customizable.

    SHOP TYR SPECIAL OPS GOGGLES >

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Triathlete Magazine
March 2013

  • Triathlete Magazine
    March 2013

    Benefit:Challenge your strength and improve
    the catch

    More resistance doesn’t necessarily equal a
    better strength workout. “A lot of us don’t have
    the swim-specific strength to use big paddles
    and end up muscling through the water rather
    than swimming with efficient technique.” says
    Dibens.

    SHOP CATALYST BRITES PADDLES >

  • Triathlete Magazine
    March 2013

    Benefit:Refine streamline posture and
    increase ankle flexibility

    Fins do more than power you through the
    water. “They also teach the corret body
    position to swim fast,” Dibens says. Propelling
    the swimmer through the water at a faster
    than normal speed creates more water
    resistance, giving your body the opportunity
    to search for a more efficient streamline.

    SHOP CROSSBLADE TRAINING FINS>

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Details Magazine
February 2013

  • Details Magazine
    February 2013

    Want A Perfect Body? Just Add Water
    It may not be bathing-suit season, but now is the ideal time to hit the pool - and make it your gym. This water-based cardio-and-strength regimen will burn calories. Sculpt muscle and help you get in your best shape ever. Get ready to make a splash.

    SHOP AQUATIC RESISTANCE DUMBBELLS >

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Women's Wear Daily
December 2012

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Women's Health Magazine
December 2012

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Triathlon Magazine Canada
November/December 2012

  • Triathlon Magazine Canada
    November/December 2012

    TYR Special Ops
    Thanks to the comfortable silicone gasket, unibody frame and simple nosebridge system that accommodates almost any face size or shape, the Special Ops is one of the most comfortable swim goggles you'll find. The polarized anti-fog lenses come in a variety of different tints, so you can use these for everything from pool training to open water training and racing.

    SHOP SPECIAL OPS GOGGLES >

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Triathlon Magazine Canada
September/October 2012

  • Triathlon Magazine Canada
    September/October 2012

    TYR Splitfin Training Fins
    These fins are designed to slice through the water like a propeller, providing lots of lift and propulsion while reducing ankle strain, fatigue and cramping. The idea is to evenly distribute resistance during the up and down motions of your kick, mimicking your natural kicking cadence and working the muscles in your legs equally to help build leg strength.

    SHOP SPLITFIN TRAINING FINS >

  • Triathlon Magazine Canada
    September/October 2012

    TYR Special Ops
    Thanks to the polarized lenses, the Special Ops is an excellent open-water option, but they're so comfortable you'll want to wear them for all your pool sessions, too.

    SHOP SPECIAL OPS GOGGLES >

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Women's Running
September/October 2012

  • Women's Running
    September/October 2012

    TYR Technoflex 4.0 Femme Metallized Goggles
    Keep the turnaround buoys in clear view with sleek frames in a fun color.

    SHOP TECHNOFLEX 4.0 GOGGLES >

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3/GO Magazine
July/August 2012

  • 3/GO Magazine
    July/August 2012

    TYR Burner EBP Fins
    Create power in the water with these training fins from TYR. The short blade will help you cruise at race-day pace while the floating fin will help to elevate your body position properly so you can perfect that stroke. Increased stroke cadence during training will fire up those fast twitch fibers, and better form means less strain on your body.

    SHOP BURNER EBP FINS >

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Lava Magazine
July 2012

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220 Triathlon Magazine
June 2012

  • 220 Triathlon Magazine
    June 2012

    The Kit
    It doesn't have to be expensive, but it has to be correct. Here Chrissie tells you what swim kit you'll beed and how to make sure it remains in good condition.

    SHOP HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE WETSUITS > MENS   WOMENS

    SEE HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE TECHNOLOGY

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Inside Tri
May/June 2012

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Women's Running
May/June 2012

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3/GO Magazine
May 2012

  • 3/GO Magazine
    May 2012

    TYR RED LINE BOARDSHORTS
    Again, get out of your tri gear when in recovery mode. Guys can slip in to TYR's Red Line boardshorts while spending some time in the hot tub or waiting for their post-rise meal.

    SHOP RED LINE BOARDSHORTS >

  • 3/GO Magazine
    May 2012

    TYR Hurricane Freak of Nature
    In the next few months something big will go down at TYR headquarters. It will be splashed all over the web. There will be a massive social media explosion. Twitter servers may melt down. TYR engineers will have to run a gauntlet of media as they are lead from their building and escorted into waiting, blacked out Suburbans. You see, their latest creation is cheating. It's that simple. You can't get away with cheating. The TYR Hurricane Freak of Nature is cheating.

    SHOP HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE WETSUITS >MENS   WOMENS

    SEE HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE TECHNOLOGY >

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Triathlete Buyer's Guide
Spring 2012

  • Triathlete Buyer's Guide
    Spring 2012

    TYR HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE $1,200
    The Freak of Nature delivers on the expectation that come with its very steep price tag. Although the suit looks small out of the box, it stretches to the swimmer's contours because the entire suit is constructed with Yamamoto #40 neoprene (the most flexible variety), supported by the most flexible inner liner.

    SHOP HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE WETSUITS >MENS   WOMENS

    SEE HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE TECHNOLOGY >

  • Triathlete Buyer's Guide
    Spring 2012

    TYR CONVOY TRANSITION BACKPACK $180
    On your back, the Convoy Transition Backpack feels as padded and adjustable as a hiking pack. When laid flat on the ground, it becomes an easy-to-use triathlon toolbox and include three large compartments (one for each sport) along with plenty of strategically placed smaller pockets, like the waist-height zippered ones for a cell phone or wallet.

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  • Triathlete Buyer's Guide
    Spring 2012

    TYR CARBON TANK AND SHORTS
    This kit has the pedigree to back up its fast look - Chrissie Wellington raced to her fourth IRONMAN Kona victory in a custom TYR Carbon kit. Crammed with more features than some tri bikes, this suit won us over for its ability to feel dry, even right out of the water, and for its cycling-short-worthy chamois. This pad is built up right where women need its most for ultimate comfort on long rides, and is particularly suited to wider set bones. The tank has no built- in bra.

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    WOMEN'S CARBON TRIATHLON TANK
    WOMEN'S CARBON 6" TRI SHORTS

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Triathlon Magazine Canada
March/April 2012

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3/GO Magazine
March/April 2012

  • 3/GO Magazine
    March/April 2012

    TYR RED LINE WOMEN'S WINDBREAKER
    Red Line has some of the coolest lifestyle apparel pieces we've seen in a long time. We are particularly fond of the women's Windbreaker in red.

    SHOP RED LINE SQUALL JACKETS >
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  • 3/GO Magazine
    March/April 2012

    TYR ALLIANCE TEAM PARKA
    Engineered to prevent wind and moisture penetration-and it's lined for warmth and moisture management.

    SHOP ALLIANCE TEAM PARKA >
    ADULT
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Triathlon Magazine Canda
February 2012

  • Triathlon Magazine Canda
    February 2012

    TYR Hurricane Freak of Nature
    $1,200 for a wetsuit? No, it doesn't come with a motor (the most common question i've been asked), but there are lots of other features this super-suit offers that seperates it from the rest of the field.

    SHOP HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE WETSUITS >MENS   WOMENS

    SEE HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE TECHNOLOGY >

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Triathlete Magazine
February 2012

  • Triathlete Magazine
    February 2012

    TYR Flexfins
    Want to know what a strong dolphin kick feels like? Throw on a pair of the powerful Flexfins. These longer fins will slow down your freestyle kick but speed your stroke while helping with ankle flexibility and leg strength.

    SHOP FLEXFINS >

  • Triathlete Magazine
    February 2012

    TYR Freak of Nature
    A lot has been made of the Tyr Freak of Nature's hefty price tag. It costs about 50 percent more than the second costliest suit on the market, and the price isn't due to the slick six-pack abs painted on the stomach. It's mostly due to the type of neoprene used to construct the Freak of Nature.

    SHOP HURRICANE FREAK OF NATURE WETSUITS >MENS   WOMENS

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