Wetsuits & Swimming Gear

  • Zoggs Reveal their New Venus Goggles

    Zoggs Reveal their New Venus Goggles

    3rd January 2017

    Zoggs are launching their new Venus goggles this month. They incorporate Zoggs’ unique hypo-allergenic thermoplastic seal, which provides a comfortable fit, giving a cushioned seal with significantly reduced marking around the eye. These new, low profile goggles sit close to…

  • New Look Swimwear For 2017

    New Look Swimwear For 2017

    16th December 2016

    Dive straight in to your 2017 training with dhb’s new swimwear range. Whether you’re clocking up the lengths in the pool or braving the outdoors, their performance swimwear is your ideal partner for the early morning sessions or late night…

  • POWERBREATHER® snorkel now in UK

    POWERBREATHER® snorkel now in UK

    23rd March 2016

    A revolutionary new snorkel designed in Germany as a training aid for swimmers and triathletes is now available in Britain. The POWERBREATHER® works by separating the air you breathe in from the air you breathe out, banishing the “pendulum effect”, where exhaled air is inhaled back using standard snorkels.

  • Zone3 launches new 2016 collection

    Zone3 launches new 2016 collection

    9th March 2016

    British wetsuit and apparel brand Zone3 has launched their new range of wetsuits, tri apparel, swimwear and accessories. Combining athlete feedback along with cutting edge materials and construction technology, Zone3 has created in an impressive looking collection for 2016. Newly re-launched products include…

  • The HUUB kickboard

    21st October 2015

    Coinciding with “Back to the Future Day”, HUUB have released the closest thing to the film’s iconic hoverboard, designed to improve your swimming. Used during pool training to help you develop your swim technique, the HUUB Kickboard is the only kickboard…

  • Big test: top of the range wetsuits

    31st July 2015

    Discover which top of the range wetsuit is worth digging that little bit deeper for… Buying a wetsuit: what to look out for Neoprene Wetsuits use different grades of neoprene, with their own thickness and flexibility properties. Thinner neoprene is used for easy…

  • Big Test: Wetsuits under £400

    8th May 2015

    Find the right wetsuit on a budget to start your open-water swim summer… How we test Testing wetsuits in early spring is no mean feat, and we opted to stay indoors this year, using the coolest pool we could find to avoid…

  • Audioflood waterproof iPod review

    25th February 2015

    Age group triathlete Jon Dundee takes the Audioflood waterproof iPod for a test drive. See how it fared in our extensive swim training tests… Open the box and the waterproof iPod bundle from Audioflood* looks no different to a standard…

  • Huub Acute Goggles Review

    11th August 2014

    Huub Acute goggles tested, rated and reviewed Huub Acute Goggles £25 huubdesign.com Huub’s first open-water goggles are available in three lens options for varying conditions – clear, yellow and smoke – and two size options to help fit differently shaped…

  • Zoggs Ballina Nix jammer Review

    30th July 2014

    Zoggs Ballina Nix jammer tested, rated and reviewed Zoggs Ballina Nix Jammer £20 zoggs.co.uk Tri suits are often expensive, not ideal for regular swimming and don’t tend to deal brilliantly with repeated dunkings in chlorinated water, so it’s always a…