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TYR TFZSJB6A Women's Carbon Zipper Back John W/Pad

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Product Description

Manufacturer part number: TFZSJB6A

TYR Carbon is a game-changing fabric that fuels performance across the disciplines. Constructed from this breakthrough technology, the Women’s Carbon Zipper Back Short John with Pad helps lower your body temperature and heart rate and results in more efficient breathing and less lactic acid buildup. In addition, this tri suits hydrophobic fabric starts drying as soon as you exit the water.

The TFZSJB6A triathlon zipper back is made with smooth bonded seams to maximize strength and comfort while minimizing drag. Engineered with Carbon flash mesh, this triathlon suit is uniquely engineered to draw moisture away from the body, keeping you feeling light and dry throughout the race. Equipped with a breathable, built-in carbon amp pad, this compression tri suit strategically absorbs your weight while in aero position and keeps you feeling cool and unrestricted while running or cycling.

The women’s carbon zipper back is more than apparel. It’s equipment. The ITU compliant suit features a 12” back zipper with removeable clip lanyard, UPF 50+ technologies and silicone beaded leg gripper for a secure but comfortable fit.

TYR Fabrication:
Body - Carbon Woven: 70% Nylon / 30% Spandex
Insert - Flash Mesh: 54% Nylon / 25% Polyester / 19% Lycra / 2% Carbon

amp

Carbon AMP Pad



The Amp Pad was constructed specifically for the Triathlete. Its enhanced perennial area distribution absorbs the majority of the weight while in aero position. Offering a breathable, multi directional stretch foam base, the Amp pad keeps you cool and unrestricted on the bike and run.

FEMALE-CARBON-AMP

Carbon Womens AMP Pad


  • - Engineered specifically for triathletes
  • - Advanced triple density foam strategically absorbs your weight while in aero position
  • - Breathable, multidirectional stretch keeps you feeling cool and unrestricted while running or cyclying


CLIP_ZIP

Clip Zip



Allows you to easily clip and unclip the lanyard on the back of your trisuit.

COMP_WOVE

Competitor Woven


  • - Ultra lightweight and high-stretch for superior comfort
  • - Fast drying, UPF 50+
  • - 81% Polyester / 19% Spandex


FLASH_MESH

Flash Mesh


  • - Draws moisture away from the body to keep you dry and light
  • - Helps lower your body temperature and heart rate
  • - Results in more efficient breathing and less lactic acid buildup
  • - 54% Nylon / 25% Polyester / 19% Spandex / 2% Carbon Fiber


BEAD_GRIP

Secure Beaded Grip


  • - Soft woven elastic with evenly distributed Silicone droplets
  • - Provides hold on your leg without restricting comfort or mobility


welded-seams

Ultrasonic Welded Seams


  • - Superior strength
  • - Enhanced comfortability
  • - Minimal friction drag


UVPROTECT

UV/SPF 50+ Protection



All TYR Performance Swim Suits offer uv/spf 50+ Protection.

NOTE: International/PO box delivers are not available.




Product Details

WOMEN's TRIATHLON SIZING GUIDELINES

TYR SizeXSSMLXL
SIZE4-6/28-306-8/32-348-10/36-3810-12/38-4012-14/40-42
CHEST30-32”32-34”34-36”36-38”38-40”
WAIST24-26”26-28”28-30”30-32”32-34”
HEIGHT5’-5’4”5’5”-5’6”5’7”-5’9”5’10”5’11”+




Product Specifications

ConditionNew


Restricted States

This product does not ship to the APO addresses.



Return Policy

All TYR- items are non-returnable, only if defective.


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