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Great Material but Difficult to Get On
Great material and fits true to size; however, very difficult to put on. The bra top should be sewn in more to the reacesuit so it stays in place better. Gets all twisted, upside down and tangled when you try to get it on. Sadly, I'm returning mine. Last years style was much better.
Fit: Feels true to size
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I love it
It fits great.... very true to the measurements on the site. I don't have the typical super-lean triathlete body. I'm 5"3" and an athletic 160lbs and the large fit me perfectly. It has great compression and is very comfortable. I love that there is not silicone band around the legs to act like a tourniquet. The seamless hem provides even compression and does not curl or ride up at all. My pace is decidedly faster in the water, which I didn't expect, and the compression and chamois together make it a very comfortable 28 mile bike ride. The interior bra has plenty of support. It is very well constructed. I have noticed no seam rubs at all.The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is it is VERY difficult to put on. The zipper in the front is a little too short so you really have to twist and contort to get it around your shoulders without stressing the zipper. Also, the arms of the interior bra are difficult to line up correctly with arms of the suit. So, I really hope I don't have to make a pit stop during my race, because that will definitely slow things down. But other than that... it's perfect.Oh, and it's a perfect match to my Trek. That's important. ;)
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Zoot Sports™ was founded in Kona, Hawaii: the home of the Triathlon World Championships. Chrystal Nylin, a Hawaiian native, recognized the need for a cross-functional suit for athletes competing in triathlons. As a solution to having to use transition as "changing areas," she sought to find product solutions for multisport athletes.
Nylin began sewing pads into run shorts, experimenting with swim fabrics, and attaching run singlets to bike shorts to eventually create the Zoot one and two-piece racesuits for triathletes competing in Ironman.
In 1996, Zoot Hawaii moved to the mainland and expanded the product line. It has now grown to be a global premier endurance sports brand, distributed across 22 countries and has introduced the first Triathlon-Specific Footwear Line. Zoot continues to draw on its history in the sport and its athletes to deliver the most comprehensive, technologically-advanced and complete multisport product line in the world.
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