TYR TYR BEFTB6A Women's Carbon Bra P5086873TYR-BEFTB6A-001-XS https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/TYR/TYR-BEFTB6A-001-XS.jpg TYR BEFTB6A Women's Carbon Bra Manufacturer Part Number: BEFTB6A 5086873 036702663588 0.73lbs 1.50 4.63 8.00
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36.00 5 In Stock
customer review - by , July 7, 2017
5/ 5stars
I love these. I have small boobs and basically just want something that won't make me too hot but keep everything stable. I get a medium so it fits around my rib cage area. For a few years now its really all I wear.
customer review - by , March 3, 2017
5/ 5stars
It's very tight but that's what I need to do the job
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TYR BEFTB6A Women's Carbon Bra

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Upc: 036702663588
Model: TYR-BEFTB6A
Price: $36.00
Color: Black
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Product Description

Manufacturer Part Number: BEFTB6A

The TYR Women's Carbon Thin Strap Bra provides superior support and comfort from start to finish. Constructed from our breakthrough Carbon Woven technology, the BEFTB6A tri bra helps lower your body temperature and heart rate and results in more efficient breathing and less lactic acid buildup.

This triathlon bra features smooth bonded seams for maximum strength/comfort and minimal drag/chafing. The thin straps give you support without weighing you down. Equipped with carbon flash mesh, this sports bra draws moisture away from the body, keeping you feeling light and dry throughout the race. Don’t just feel fresh; look fresh too in your choice of fiery red or powerful purple accents.

All TYR Carbon bras feature a second-skin compression fit, as well as UPF 50+ protection.

Content:

Body - Carbon Woven: 70% Nylon / 30% Spandex Insert

Flash Mesh: 54% Nylon / 25% Polyester / 19% Lycra / 2% Carbon

Features

TYR Sport - Carbon Woven

Carbon Woven

Extremely lightweight and highly compressive | Begins drying before you’re out of the water | 70% Nylon / 30% LYCRA® Spandex

TYR Sport - Carbon 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
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UPF 50+ Protection

Effectively blocks ultraviolet (UV) radiation for safety during outdoor sun exposure

TYR Sport - Ultrasonic Welded Seams

Ultrasonic Welded Seams

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

NOTE: International deliveries are not available.

Product Details

WOMEN'S TRIATHLON SIZING GUIDELINES

SIZEXXSXSSMLXL
CHEST28 - 29.530 - 31.532 - 33.534 - 35.536 - 37.538 - 39.5
WAIST22.5 - 23.524 - 2525.5 - 2727.5 - 2929.5 - 3131.5 - 32.5
HIP31 - 32.533 - 34.535 - 36.537 - 38.539 - 40.541 - 42
TORSO56 - 5757 - 58.559 - 6060.5 - 61.562 - 6363.5 - 64.5
*All measurements are in inchesTo cater to different needs and budgets , TYR engineers two triathlon lines. Competitor garments offer a compressive fit, while carbon garments offer a super compressive fit for a second-skin feel. You should select your same, standards size for both carbon and competitor garments but expect slightly different fits.

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By Kay
Date Added: Sunday 09 July, 2017
I love these. I have small boobs and basically just want something that won't make me too hot but keep everything stable. I get a medium so it fits around my rib cage area. For a few years now its really all I wear.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Andrea
Date Added: Wednesday 29 March, 2017
It's very tight but that's what I need to do the job
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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