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Profile Design T2+ Aerobar Extensions

The Profile Design T2+ Aerobar Extensions uses a system that fits both 26.0mm & 31.8mm bars, making the Profile Design T2+ Aerobar Extensions one of the most practical S-Bend extension on the market! These aero bars are ideal for triathletes and time trialists.  These are an excellent replacement if you’re looking a flatter bar that puts you into a more aggressive riding position.

Installation for these bars aren’t the most difficult, but you should have some basic understanding of cable routing for your shifters if you decide to go that route. You can also have your local bike shop help you out.

FEATURES:

  • Affordable, lightweight aluminum constriction
  • MULTI-FIT System™ fits 26.0mm & 31.8mm bars
  • 6061-T6 aluminum extensions and forged brackets
  • Length, width, and rotational extension adjustment
  • Equipped with “J” Brackets™ for a lower arm position
  • Includes F-19™ length and rotationally adjustable armrests
  • Shot peened and anodized finish for added strength and durability
  • Dual cable routing holes for optional internal cable routing Full aero carbon wing with ergonomic brake grip areas

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Clamp: 26.0mm & 31.8mm bars
  • Width: Adjustable
  • Color: Anodized matte black
  • Weight: 470g
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2XU T:2 Wetsuit

Update 02/16/13:
The latest 2013 wetsuit will be coming out soon. In the mean time here is a link to the current 2XU T3 wetsuit: 2XU T3 Wetsuit.

The 2XU T:2 Team Wetsuit is an update to last year’s T:0 suit that was wildly popular at triathlons everywhere. As an “entry-level” triathlon wetsuit, the T:2 packs quite a few features that makes it stand out from other suits in its class.  Just check out this wetsuit comparison chart and see for yourself!

Composed with 39 Cell Yamamoto Neoprene,  the 2XU T2 wetsuit has rollbar, floating zip and transition panels coated with both SCS and 2xU’s proprietary SXS coating, making the suit slick and fast.  The 2011 updates include strakes running down the chest to improve your direction in swim.  This feature is cool, as it was unique to the V:1 from the past two years.

The floating zip enhances flexibility in the back panel which allows the zip to move in partnership with the body, especially during the recovery and catch phase of the stroke.

On the legs, the panels are 3mm thick, giving the swimmer enough flexibility to run into transition and to remove the wetsuit.  On the shoulder and arms, it’s 2mm, giving you the flexibility and range of motion you’ll need during your swim.

With all these updates, it’s fair to say that this is an entirely new suit!  Back by 2XU’s 2 year warranty and wide range of sizes available, you can rest assured that you’re covered, for both defects and fit.

More triathlon wetsuit resource links:

  • All triathlon wetsuits – OneTri.com offers one of the largest
  • 2XU Wetsuits  – Here is a link to all current 2XU wetsuits
  • Triathlon Wetsuit Rentals –  Here is one of the largest triathlon wetsuit selections on the internet. You find another place that allows a large selection of “try-to-buy” rental wetsuits.
  • Wetsuit Buying Guide – Here is a helpful triathlon wetsuit buying guide that is updated yearly
  • Wetsuit Comparison Chart – This is a men’s triathlon wetsuit comparison chart but it applies to wome’s wetsuits as well
  • Triathlon Equipment Guides and Articles – Here’s another resource for triathlon gear guides and articles