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Introducing the HUUB towel, now we would not be exactly telling the truth if we said we had spent hours researching and testing this product. But we did enjoy focusing on the right size for the triathlete/Swimmer…too big and it get’s left in the cupboard, too small and again, the cupboard, not using the best quality materials…and the Cupboard has a new friend for life.

Huub-towel_1024x1024The size is optimum for transition area as well as bag size and the finish is quick drying with non of the “Drying myself with a dry chamois” you so hate from typical printed towels.

The reactive printing process delivers a great soft to handle towel. In fact we sent Huub Toussaint one to test… not had it back.

Material: 100% cotton velour finishing Size: 140 x 70 cm Weight: 390g/m2 Logo: 2 color in reactive printing.

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Huub-rucksack3_1024x1024If there is one bag you need for triathlon its the Huub-220 AYS bag. Now we all love our plastic boxes, but there is nothing trickier to move around in transition. This bag has enough space for all your race day gear and is designed to be comfortable enough to exercise with. The waterproof compartment is big enough to carry up to a size XL wetsuit.

Huge 32 litre volume to store all your essential tri gear. Waterproof storage area for wetsuits and tri-suits (up to size XL). Storage compartments for shoes and helmets. Multiple pockets for storing tools, cards and key essentials. Padded straps for improvement active comfort. Back padding with mesh fabric for cooler body moulded comfort. Large entry for ease of kit location. Reflective trim for night/morning riding. Inner mesh sleeve for laptops and goggles.

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Karl Hayes

Karl is a keen age group triathlete who races more than he trains. Good life balance! Karl works in the media industry in Australia and is passionate about the sport of triathlon.