Triathlete Gift Guide – Festive Christmas Ideas Tour

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Wondering what to get the triathlete in your life? Today is your day my friends! I have a triathlete gift guide approved by a bonafide triathlete.

  We are kicking off the beginning of the Festive Christmas ideas tour with gift guides! I am so excited to share this idea with you. I enlisted the help of my triathlete daughter. She lives and breathes this sport and who better to share her tried and true items for this triathlete gift guide?   

Welcome back to year 6 of our Festive Christmas Event where we team up with a bunch of talented blogging friends to bring you a plethora of creative ways to celebrate your holiday season.

We will be baking some cookie recipes for you, sharing some party games, making some handmade gifts, doing some ornament crafting, and sharing our Christmas movies family fun. There will be breakfast recipes and as always our decorated Christmas Trees which is always a fun tour of homes.

New this year is Gift Guides. We are right there with you shopping from home due to Covid 19 and we understand how hard that can be so we have been busy little Elves doing tons of research to create fabulous Gift Guides to help you with your holiday shopping.

You will find new ideas every Monday and Wednesday between Oct. 19th through Nov. 18th. Scroll all the way down to find all the ideas linked at the end.

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Let’s get started!

Number 1

  • Jolyn (women’s swimwear)- 
  • The Chevy ($58) every new triathlete needs a sturdy swimsuit for all the hours that will be spent in the pool. Jolyn is a women’s specific swimwear company, created by women for women. The Chevy is one of their most popular one-piece suits offering full coverage and a fixed back.

Buy the Chevy Swimsuit here

Number 2


  • Speedo Men’s Pro LT Modern Matrix Jammer Swimsuit ($39)

Speedo makes a great comfortable suit for all those long practices. 

Buy this men’s Speedo jammer here. 

Number 3


  • Tempo Trainer Pro ($60)- Tempo trainers help keep a swimmer on pace, similar to a musician using a metronome to keep beat. Traditional swimmers use them in the pool, however, Tempo Trainers are even more valuable in an open water setting as well.

Buy the Tempo Trainer Pro here.

Number 4


  • R1 Goggles ($38)- These goggles are perfect for races and training. Roka’s rapid sight technology offers the user full vision while swimming. There is a large assortment of colors and an option for mirrored lenses. 

Buy the R1 Goggles here.

    • TL Series ($150)- Good sunglasses are one of the most important tools for triathletes, cyclists, runners, or fitness enthusiasts. All of Roka’s active sunglasses are able to switch out lenses and nose pads, adjust the frame to the user’s face, and are very light.

Buy the TL Series Sunglasses here. 

Number 5

Rudy Project


Strym Bike Helmet ($150)- Lightweight and comfortable for long rides       Buy the Strym Bike Helmet here

Number 6

Pearl Izumi

Men’s & Women’s QUEST Jersey ($55)- A short-sleeved, durable, and lightweight jersey perfect for long days in the saddle. 

Buy the men’s Quest Jersey here. 

Buy the women’s Quest Jersey here.


Number 7

Merino Wool Cycling Socks ($17)- During the fall and winter season, gearing up for outdoor training isn’t complete without sweat-wicking socks that still retain warmth.  

  • Number 8 


Men’s & Women’s Cyclone Gel Cycling Gloves ($45)- Gloves designed for comfort, secure grip, and warmth.

Buy the Men’s Cyclone Gel Cycling gloves here. 

Buy the Women’s Cyclone Gel Cycling glove here. 

Number 9


Covert Bike Gloves ($25)- Economical and warm cycling gloves.

Buy the Covert Bike gloves here.

Number 10

Stance Performance socks

FEEL360 Ankle Athletic Socks- Easily the best socks for long training runs; sweat is wicked away keeping your feet happy for miles and miles. 

Buy the Stance Performance Socks

FEEL360 QTR- Quarter length socks for cycling and running.

Buy the Feel 360 QTR length socks here.

Number 11

Hoka One One 

  • Men’s and Women’s Bondi Series ($150)- New to running? Or tired of injuries during training? The Bondi is Hoka’s most “marshmallow” cushioned shoe that offers neutral stability during long or short runs. It is also their second most popular shoe. This durable shoe has a long-running life. 

Buy the women’s Bondi series shoe here

Buy the men’s Bondi series here. 


    • Clifton Series ($130)- This is Hoka’s most popular shoe, the Clifton. This running shoe is balanced on a cushion while maintaining neutral stability. Hoka is currently on its 7th edition of the shoe; listening to customer feedback to ensure users are continually happy! This shoe offers a medium running life. 

Buy the Clifton Men’s shoe here

Buy the Clifton Women’s shoe here

Number 12

Zoot Sports

Face Mask ($17)- Need to cover while training? Zoot created athlete-focused facemasks in a range of colors and sizes.

Buy the Women’s facemask here

Tech Visor ($30)- Perfect for sunny and warm training days or even on race days! 

Buy the tech visor here

Performance Socks ($15)- durable and comfortable socks!

Buy the performance socks here

Number 13


Sun Barrier SPF 45 Sunscreen ($15)- Zinc based sunscreen made for long course athletes during racing events. 

Buy the Sun Barrier SPF 45 Sunscreen here

Betwixt Anti-Chafe cream ($21.95)

Buy the Betwixt Anti-Chafe cream here

Number 14


Long hair Wrinkle-Free Silicone Cap ($11)- Perfect for individuals with long hair. This silicone cap won’t tug or pull during training and when taking it off. 

Buy the TYR swim cap here

Number 15


Forerunner 735XT ($350)- An all-encompassing multisport watch with integrated heart rate. 

Buy the Forerunner 735XT here.

Edge 130 ($200)- A simplified cycling computer with the ability to connect to power meters and heart rate. 

Buy the Edge 130 here

Edge 530 ($300)- A GPS cycling computer with directions during rides while also retaining the ability to connect to power meters and heart rates.

 Buy the Edge 530 here

  Pretty amazing list huh? There’s something for every level here and I can’t thank my daughter enough for her help in this fun Triathlete Gift Guide!    Ready for more gift guides? Me too! Check out all the wonderful guides below. 

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Til Later Friends,

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  1. Wow, that’s amazing that your daughter is a triathlete. I probably won’t ever do one, but I always use sunscreen and buy good errand sneakers. Never heard of the Hoka brand and will look it up.

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