HUUB Expands Junior Tri Line

Multisport apparel and wetsuit specialist HUUB has recently released two new junior products to the triathlon market. Atom II is a follow up to the brand’s debut junior tri wetsuit, which was originally introduced back in 2015; while the Essential Junior Tri Suit is a close replica of HUUB’s men’s and women’s Essential Tri Suit.


With its redesigned panels and graphics, the Atom II thermal lined wetsuit helps to ensure budding athletes stay warm while being encouraged to swim with the correct body position thanks to the suit’s 3mm neoprene. With a soft and comfortable neckline, and an RRP of £139.99 ($196.00), the Atom II junior wetsuit is a unisex fit with graphics that should appeal to all.

HUUB notes that children can grow quickly and that the wetsuits can be outgrown before the children have got full use out of them. A well thought out incentive is the advantage of being able to upgrade to the next size for just £54.99.

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Essential Junior Tri Suit

HUUB Essential Junior Tri SuitHot on the heels of the Atom II junior wetsuit launch was a second product to add to the brands’ youth offering. The Essential Junior Tri Suit is a close replica of the men’s and women’s Essential Tri Suit, but the junior version has a rear zip. A release from HUUB notes ‘Whether you have a junior Alistair and Jonny or a budding Helen Jenkins, these suits will deliver a comfortable fit that ensures all the young athletes have to worry about on race day is the embarrassing cheers of parental support.’

HUUB’s junior triathlon products are suitable for both male and female athletes ranging from ages 8-13. The company adds that ‘triathlon has a bright future and the stars of tomorrow are already among us.’

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Jimmy Archer

Founder and Editor at Jimmy has been a professional athlete for over 18 years as a runner, cyclist, mountain biker, cross country skier, and primarily, triathlete. Jimmy has a degree in exercise science from the University of Colorado and is a USA Triathlon and USA Cycling certified coach. Jimmy became a freelance writer in 2000 while competing and covering the ITU Winter Triathlon World Championship. Since that time Jimmy has been head editor at two magazines, been published in numerous publications within the endurance sport, recreation, and travel segments. Currently Jimmy is competing professionally in off-road multisport. In his spare time Jimmy passionately follows Formula 1, Moto GP, and is an avid cook.

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