The Amp Pad was constructed specifically for the Triathlete. Its enhanced perennial area distribution absorbs the majority of the weight while in aero position. Offering a breathable, multi directional stretch foam base, the Amp pad keeps you cool and unrestricted on the bike and run.
Carbon Mens Amp Pad
- - Engineered specifically for triathletes
- - Advanced triple density foam strategically absorbs your weight while in aero position
- - Breathable, multidirectional stretch keeps you feeling cool and unrestricted while running or cyclying
- - Extremely lightweight and highly compressive
- - Begins drying before you’re out of the water
- - Optimal fabric for your race day kit
- - 70% Nylon / 30% LYCRA® Spandex
Allows you to easily clip and unclip the lanyard on the back of your trisuit.
- - Draws moisture away from the body to keep you dry and light
- - Helps lower your body temperature and heart rate
- - Results in more efficient breathing and less lactic acid buildup
- - 54% Nylon / 25% Polyester / 19% Spandex / 2% Carbon Fiber
Secure Beaded Grip
- - Soft woven elastic with evenly distributed Silicone droplets
- - Provides hold on your leg without restricting comfort or mobility
Ultrasonic Welded Seams
- - Superior strength
- - Enhanced comfortability
- - Minimal friction drag
UPF 50+ Protection
All TYR Performance Swim Suits offer UPF 50+ Protection.
|Would You Recommend||Yes (1) No (0)|
Sep 29, 2013 | Posted by | Gender: Male Sport Interest: Triathlon Age: 35-44
Just receive this suit last week before a race. Use the suit and love it, great all around. I would recommend it to everyone that competes at a high level in triathlons and duathlons.
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Product Questions & Answers (4)
Q: All body sizes are just in the large range but waist is 34..... Buy Large?
Q: Chest 42" waist 34" height 6'2" - what size do you recommend?
Q: I'm puzzled by the torso measurement. I've measured from crotch to sternal notch, just below the neck, but get 32". Do I multiply this by 2? Even so, it seems off, for my 6'2" -- or perhaps I'm long in legs. Either way 32" is not on your chart. Thanks!
Q: What is the inseam of this suit in sizes small & medium?