Zoot Sports Ultra Tri Race Suit - UPF 50+, Zip Neck, Built-In Bra (For Women)

Closeouts. The ultimate triathlon racing suit, Zoot Sports' Ultra Tri Race suit, was designed by triathletes to offer the optimum comfort and performance through each leg of the race. The high-performance design features zoned muscle support, a low-profile chamois, internal quick-drying bra and UPF 50+ sun protection.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Triathlete from Maryland on Monday, August 17, 2015
    I love this suit but the internal bra did not work for me. I struggled with how to get the bra on correctly during my first try-on. Once the bra was on I went to pull the suit on the rest of the way and one side of the bra ripped from the suit. Argh! I was so upset because of the money I spent on this suit. The bra didn't seem like it was going to be that supportive anyway, but I was still bummed. I didn't think I would be able to return the suit since it was probably my fault that it ripped (me + the poor design). I ended up having to cut the bra out of the suit and sew up the hole in the suit along the seam where the bra had ripped. I actually love the suit - wore it for a race this weekend and it was great, super comfortable. I just wish it was designed a little differently, maybe with no built-in bra.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tri-Nurse from Black Hills, South Dakota on Saturday, April 11, 2015
    I am 5'5", 145 pounds, 34B. The large fits great.

    I have to say upfront that I have not worn this for a race yet. I have only worn it in training. However, the fit is great as is the compression. As with most tri suits, the chamois is probably only good for a sprint tri. But, it would be easy to pull on a pair of cycling shorts for the bicycle portion.

    The bra section takes a little to get used to, but I have it down to an art now. I am not sure that I would want to have to deal with it during a race though as the adrenalin pumps and I shake horribly for fine-motor skilled stuff. I practice enough that if I had to take the suit down to go to the bathroom, I could get it back up without going insane, but have to do so methodically and calmly.

    When I get into longer triathlons where it might be likely to have to go to the bathroom, I may opt for a two piece suit or one where I wear a separate sports bra underneath.

    If this suit is still available after I do a couple tris in it, I will write an updated review.
  • Reviewed by two wheel deal from New Orleans on Saturday, April 6, 2013
    my first reaction to this tri suit is that it needs to come with an instruction manual to get dressed in it. I found that the internal bra made for quite a challenge to put it on. the top and bra got rolled up and twisted and made for a dressing disaster. I can't imagine having to make a pit stop in a portalet and having to take this down and pull it back up. also, there is a fabric flap that runs behind the bra's zipper, but I'm not confident it will stay in place--definite potential for rubbing/irritation.
    I really like the suit otherwise. the fabric feels great! I like the hip pockets. they'll each hold an entire GU.
    at this point I don't know if I'll keep it, though. I didn't realize how much of a hassle the built in bra would be on a suit. one option would be to cut out the bra. zoot makes quality material, but all their suits include this internal bra (or they're made in ridiculous pink colors that I have no interest in)
    in the end....I just received my order and haven't used the suit yet (gotta decide if it's worth the price). but since there were no reviews, I wanted to share my initial observations.
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