Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Upcoming Events


The race season has started (at least here in SoCal) and we picked a couple of events to attend this year:
- April 10th: Superfrog Triathlon/San Diego
- April 17th: Big Rock Triathlon/Perris

- April 29-Mai 2nd: Wildflower Triathlon

- May 16th: Tempe Triathlon
- May 23rd: Auburn Triathlon - The worlds toughest Half.


If you happen to be at one of these races stop by and take a look at our NEW line.
We will be showing SLS3 Compression socks/sleeves and SLS3 race apparel including our newest Triathlon suit.






Wednesday, March 10, 2010

SLS3 Around the World Sling Backpack


.. just arrived: SLS3 Around the World Sling Backpack. This is the perfect bag for your SLS3 compression Socks or race apparel. Heavyweight 600 Denier Polyester Canvas. Size: 16 3/4" x 10 3/4". This backpack has out of this world features that include a rear adjustable elastic cord for yoga mat, blanket, towel or jacket, an adjustable top strap, a seamless front zippered pocket, a place to attach your headphone or MP3 outlet, convenient and comfortable carrying handles, an adjustable, heavily padded shoulder strap w/zippered pocket to store cell or other important accessories and a large roomy main compartment with zippered pocket inside. A place for everything and everything in its place when you have this sling backpack! The bags are intended for our pros but we do have a limited number available. Send us an email to contact@slstri.com if you are interested. The retail price is $39.90.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Romain Guillaume finished 3rd at IM Malaysia




SLS3 athlete Romain Guillaume from France finished a strong 3rd place overall at the Ironman Malaysia last weekend. He was racing in the SLS3 Compression Socks and Triathlon ShortsOff the bike, Guillaume was in second place about eight minutes behind the leader and the Frenchman was the only one who was close. As the pros started the marathon the temperature started to rise, but what affected the athletes much more was a huge rise in humidity, which made it feel like it was over 40 degrees C (102 F) out on the run course. Which contributed to the carnage we saw through the rest of the men’s race. In the end Nishiuchi managed to catch Guillaume for second.