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KT TAPE PRO WIDE
Price: $19.99
Where to buy: www.kttape.com
Reviewer: Caitlin Harty, 25, Powell, Ohio
Best features: The tape is able to cover the larger muscle groups with only one ap-of how sports injuries occur (Harty is a athletic trainer), I apply KT Tape when I feel an overuse injury is starting to occur. After having some minor overuse injuries now, I like to use KT Tape as a preventative measure.
The word: This product is great because of its wide width. It can easily be applied to the larger muscle groups. I wore it for some of my runs to see if it would help decrease the pressure felt through my amazing! I could feel the tape helping my rectus femoris (which is an overly tight and worked muscle in my legs). I can’t wait to continue using it in the future to help with my training!
What’s unique: I was able to cover almost my entire quadriceps muscle with a single strip of tape. It can effectively cover a larger surface area and therefore help more muscle fibers than the normal strip of KT Tape.
 


RUDY PROJECT BOOST 01
Price: $400 with visor, $350 without
Where to buy: www.e-rudy.com
Reviewer: Courtney Monroe Culligan, 47, Evergreen, Colo.
Best features: Adjustable R.S.R. 9 Disc Retention System … universal dorsal ridge for improved aerodynamics … removable optical shield … free pad inter-changeable comfort system
The word: The Boost 01 is a light-weight helmet with an innovative design to improve aerodynamics on the bike. The extensive ventilation system has 10 openings meant to improve airflow over prevent the overheating that I have been prone to in the past with other helmets. It made a big difference during longer, hotter rides. Vent closures are included with the helmet to modify air flow as desired for cooler temperatures and aerodynamics. I love the options. The padding and adjustable retention system at the back of the helmet provide a fit that is snug but not constricting. The removable optical shield gives me choices for eye protection on the bike, and I enjoy this versatility for varying training and racing conditions.
What’s unique: [Aerodynamics expert] John Cobb created the new dorsal fin design. This fin is meant to convert crosswinds from the side into forward force to improve aerodynamics. It also helps prevent neck torque for the rider. The closure systems on the Boost 01 are easy to use and a breeze to fine-tune as needed. The self-centering chin clasp is convenient and comfortable. The retention system at the back of the helmet provides a better-fitting adjustment and one without pressure points. The inter-changeable free pad system also allows the rider to custom fit the helmet to his/her needs. And, the optical shield is a great addition to the aero helmet.
Bonus: I highly recommend the Rudy Project Boost 01 aero helmet for athletes who are looking for the speed and improved aerodynamics available today but also want the versatility of a helmet that can be used in training as well as on race day. This helmet is a great option not only for triathletes riding aggressively in an aero position but also for cyclists looking for an aero road helmet option.
48 | USA TRIATHLON | WINTER 2018

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