Customer Reviews Of:
Saucony Tri Suit - UPF 50 (For Women)
Closeouts. A versatile, one-piece suit for training and racing, Saucony's Tri suit helps you go the distance and do it fast. Not only does its triLete fabric repel water and block UV rays, it also features high compression to aid muscle performance and reduce fatigue.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by shopgirl from Cupertino, CA on Tuesday, October 27, 2015Let get to it. Too see thru , too thin, too tight, not very attractive design. So what to do, RETURN quick! :)
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Miss T from South Carolina on Monday, May 18, 2015This is a very thin tri suit. It split at the bottom of the zipper as soon as I put it on. When I took it off, the black threading began to unravel. It was regularly priced at $100 but I got it for $30 and really feel it should be free. The quality is not good at all.
Reviewed by Tri-Nurse from Black Hills, South Dakota on Saturday, April 11, 2015I like this suit for training. There is no support whatsoever in the bust, so I wear a sports bra underneath it. It is easy to get on and off.
I am 5'5", 145 pounds, 34B. I ordered size large and it fits just fine.
The specs state that it is "high-compression." It is not.
The chamois is not enough for more than a short sprint tri. I would definitely have to put on a pair of cycling shorts for anything longer than 10 miles.
Overall, it is a good training suit for the price. However, I will wear a different suit for the actual triathlon.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bonnie from Charlotte on Monday, March 30, 2015Good product; well made; sizing is accurate. I bought two.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Misha from Kansas on Monday, June 23, 2014Wore this suit for the first time today. It was thinner and supplied less compression than my other suits. It's comfortable, but doesn't get the job done. Nice price, but not a real bargain.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jane from Indiana on Wednesday, May 7, 2014This tri suit is cute and fit me just right. I bought three tri suits and sent the other two back. You will need an exercise bra underneath but that's OK because the ones with built-in bras are harder to get on. I would not call it high compression.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Old and Slow from SE NC on Wednesday, October 3, 2012This is my first one-piece suit, and I was skeptical about how easily it would come on and off. Although I have not yet raced in this suit, I am pleased with the easy on-off of this suit. It fits well. The chamois seems thin, so I think this will be a sprint-only suit for me. There is no support in the chest, so a sports bra is a must. The areas of the suit with purple fabric are totally see-through when it's dry, I can only imagine what it will be like wet. I am going to give it a try - hopefully it will perform well despite these design flaws.
- Best Uses: Triathlon
- Cons: Coverage, thin
- Pros: Easy on, True to size