Affordable and sophisticated marine engineering come together in the TYR Combination 2. Developed from tested, patented innovations such as turbulence control, fabrication logic and fluid channel dynamics. These characteristics operate in balance with calenderized compress
Built from a range of interworking, trademarked technologies, TYR’s Blend 2 Jammer racing match is developed for competitors. With hydrophobic building and low-profile flatlock stitching, the Jammer lowers drag for maximized performance in the water. Combined with Fabrication Reasoning and Fluid Channel Dynamics, Fusion 2 speed matches permit superior flow, while calenderized Isolated Compression enhances slide performance and increases speed. Made from 79% polyester and 21% Lycra, the suit is FINA authorized.
Called for the Norse god of warriors, TYR was developed in 1985 in Huntington Beach, California by Joseph DiLorenzo and 1972 Olympic bronze medalist, and captain of the 1976 US Olympic swim team, Steve Furniss. Originally established to serve the competitive swimming market, the company has turned into a worldwide brand name, engineering technical clothing and equipment for swimmers and triathletes.
TYR items have actually been worn by Olympic gold medalists and Ironman world champs. For example, 2009 world champion Ariana Kukors and two-time Olympic gold medalist Matt Grevers race in the Tracer High Performance Swim Line, while the Triathlon Clothing Collection and Typhoon Wetsuit Series are both used by three-time safeguarding Ironman champ and range world record holder Chrissie Wellington.
- Built from a variety of interworking, trademarked technologies, racing suit is built for competitors
- With hydrophobic building and construction and low-profile flatlock stitching, match decreases drag for optimized efficiency in the water
- Fabrication Logic and Fluid Channel Dynamics permit remarkable flow
- Calenderized Isolated Compression improves slide effectiveness and increases speed
- 80 percent Polyester and 20 percent Lyrca.