Closeouts. Made with Orca's KillaSkn Kompress fabric, a built-in superlight chamois seat and front-hook bra, the 226 Lite Tri race suit doesn't scrimp on the race-day essentials, but won't weigh you down, either.
Reviewed by jocoma from Kansas on Saturday, August 10, 2013
The back zipper in my old tri suit finally failed, so I needed a new one with a front zipper. This Orca will be perfect. The integrated front-hook bra seemed kind of odd at first, but it works just right for the support I need. I like the styling, and the compression is just right. I love this tri suit!
Reviewed by SDRunnerGirl from South Dakota on Tuesday, August 6, 2013
I'm a Tri newbie and this is the first Tri suit I've purchased so I have nothing to compare but first impressions are good. I'm 5'10, 150 lbs and went with the medium- it fits great; snug and streamlined in all the right places. The suit seems very lightweight with the back of the suit being vented. The chamois seat should be great for running comfort, we'll see how it holds up for cushion on the ride. I'm very small chested (34A) so the built in front hook bra doesn't do much for me. I'm skeptical about the pockets on the backside being functional. Since they're reversed I'm not convinced that whatever I put in them (goos, stinger treats, etc) wouldn't just fall right out, particularly on the run. Overall, I'm excited about this suit and can't wait to wear it on race day!