Helly Hansen L/S Stripe Crew (£30.00)Kerry says: There's a reason why this baselayer with the distinctive stripes down the arms has become one of Helly Hensen's best known and biggest-selling pieces of kit: it works. It's small and lightweight (you
SPI Belt - Reflective (£26.00)Kerry says: Need to carry your bits and pieces on the run but loathe the idea of toting a bum bag? This small elasticated waist-mounted belt could be the answer. It's small and discreet (depending on what you keep
110% Men's Juggler Knickers (£110.00)Ignore the wacky name – these 3/4 length pants are a serious bit of kit. Available in both men's and women's options, these tights provide compression- and ice-recovery in one garment.Graduated compression
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Bodyglide Anti Blister and Chafing Stick (£12)Kerry says: Because when it comes to blisters, prevention is much better than cure. Blisters and roughness caused by chafing can be frustrating and painful - and this stick is compact enough to tote in a
Kinetica 100% Recovery, £24.99(10 x 75g sachets)Joe says: Kinetica 100% Recovery is a 2:1 carb to protein supplement designed to aid quick delivery of nutrients to fatigued muscles and replenish glycogen stores post training.Kinetica’s exclusive
Zoggs Tri Vision, £20Katherine says: While noticeably larger than other goggles in the Zoggs range, the new Tri Vision mask offers superbly clear 180-degree vision thanks to its curved lens technology. The soft frame sits wide on the face for a
Easy-as-pie psi - Top Dog St Deluxe pump, £46.99Tyre pressure affects your bike's comfort, speed, handling and even your safety. And although your road tyres may have a maximum pressure of 125 psi, that might not be the pressure you should use; most
IM Zurich 2005: Lindi, Ratbag, Oxy, Zilla and CandyThe Runner’s World website started a triathlon forum in August 2003, after lots of members expressed an interest. That interest grew, and now the tri forum has its own instantly recognisable group
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