Blueseventy TX1000 Men's Singlet $64.95
Some things are worth the wait.
While we don't wish to appear dismissive, we trust our triathlons to those who live and breath triathlon apparel. And when it comes to both history and results, not many compare to Blueseventy. More so, though, when it comes to triathlon singlets, not much compares to its TX1000 singlet.
Blue Seventy used its Velo fabric for the bulk of the TX1000's construction. This material possesses a slight compressive quality that aids in supporting the muscle groups of the torso. As a result, Velo shields the body from much of the fatigue-inducing effects of run impact and road vibration. In addition to this, Velo also provides heightened levels of breathability and moisture management. This means that, over the two land legs of your course, you'll remain consistently dry, cool, and comfortable.
Aiding in this, Blueseventy incorporated a rear panel that's been constructed from Velo Mesh. So, you'll find that thermo-regulation is consistently managed within the jersey. The reason for this is rather simple, as the back naturally serves as an evacuation point for excess body heat and perspiration. However, you'll find that Blueseventy extended this mesh panel over the ribs on a contoured pattern. And when this feature is coupled with the inset armholes of the singlet, heat doesn't stand a chance.
However, you'll find that this inset design also lends itself to the overall fit of the singlet. Accordingly, the design allows for the full locomotion that's required of the arms, shoulders, and lats for swimming, cycling, and running.
For on-the-fly heat dumps, the singlet features a half-length front zipper. And for storage of your race nutrition, Blueseventy also included an ample-sized rear pocket.
The Blueseventy TX1000 Singlet is available in six sizes from X-Small to XX-Large and in the colors Black/blue, Orange, and White/red.
|Weight||121-143 lbs||141-160 lbs||155-190 lbs||175-198 lbs||192-220 lbs||209+ lbs|
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Natural Waist:
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
- Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.