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Female Training Swim Suit

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Pool training swimwear from Tenola - made using fabric from Carvico which is 100% chlorine resistant. The Darwin fabric is ten times more chlorine resistant than normal Lycra based swimwear.
Price: £44.00 Click here to buy

Female Swim Suit - Front Zip

Female swimsuit
The Inspire swimsuit uses the latest advanced fabrics from Italy. The Inspire collection is designed for multi-sport triathletes, competing in aquathlons, sprint events.

Price: £37.00 Click here to buy

Female Inspire 1 Tri-Suits

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The Inspire collection is designed for multi-sport triathletes, competing in sprint, and olympic distance events. The fabric of the suit has received a water repellent treatment so is suitable for both non-wetsuit and wetsuit events.
Price: £65.00 Click here to buy

Lomo Buoyancy Shorts

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Lomo buoyancy shorts are made using high quality smoothskin neoprene which helps reduce...
Price: £38.00 Click here to buy

Swimming Tow Float

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The Lomo Swimming Tow Float is designed for open water swimming.
Price: £14.00 Click here to buy

Dry Bag Swimming Tow Float

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The Lomo Dry Bag Swimming Tow Float is designed for any open water swimming.
Price: £20.00 Click here to buy

Tenola Triathlon Wear and Clothing made in the UK

Tenola is a company engaged in the design, development and manufacturing of high performance triathlon wear and associated clothing for the multi-sport athlete.

Tenola product range is aimed at the multi-discipline sport of triathlon and includes gym, swim, cycling and running apparel and equipment.  We currently offer premium performance men's & women's tri suits and swimwear which have been designed, developed and manufactured to the highest standards in the UK.

At Tenola we are always looking at ways of producing new and innovative designs with the overall aim of enhancing the sporting performance of a athlete whether it's in training or competition.

Tenola products have been evolving over the past 3 years from sketches to prototype to production. During this period we have tested, changed and re-tested each of our offering. With new and future designs we always start with a blank piece of paper and aim to incorporate new fabrics, new technology and what we have learnt from previous designs, testing, and customers.

Please browse our site to view our triathlon wear product range and sign up to our mailing list or follow us on social media to keep up to date about our product developments and news.

Latest News from Tenola

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Tenola Limited - Releases its NEW male chlorine resistant Jammers. Available for tenola.com. pic.twitter.com/ehel5aPpP3

Posted: 06/04/2020 2:25pm

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Posted: 01/04/2020 9:36am

Tenola NEW chlorine resistant male and female training swimwear available end of March. More information on ow.ly/ksgR50yMcUa pic.twitter.com/IGij9fhHou

Posted: 31/03/2020 4:30pm

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Tenola TN4 Inspire Range – Female Triathlon Tri-Suit

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The tri-suit was designed with first time triathletes in mind, but we wanted to offer all the performance features of more expensive suits on the market. The suit has been designed with improving performance in the swim, improved cooling, breathability and comfort on the bike, and run.

23/03/2020 | Comments
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Pool Training in Tenola TN10 - triathlon swimming costume

Pool Training in tenola triathlon swimming costume

TN10 training swim costume was designed with the aim of providing a swimsuit which wouldn't degrade in a chlorine pool environment.

04/02/2020 | Comments
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How to choose when buying a Tri Suit - Pt 1

Buying a tri suit and how to choose a tri suit - Tenola Blog

Triathlon suits come in a range of colours and designs. There are various styles of tri-suits available two piece, sleeved, non-sleeved, with zips, and no zips tri-suits. So how do you decide what tri-suit is for you?

03/01/2020 | Comments
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