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Has anyone yet tried stuff from Wyn republic? Not sure how new they are but nothing showed up in the search for the name, even using Luke's name. This seems to be a Rapha type move into triathlon by Luke & Beth McKenzie. A friend brought up their name as our team was considering a new vendor for our team's kits. Hoping for any feedback!
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Re: Wyn Republic [hadukla] [ In reply to ]
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Wore their ss tri suit for last two races (oly and 70.3) and like it. The material seems really nice, and for me it's a super comfortable/good fit.
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Re: Wyn Republic [hadukla] [ In reply to ]
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Their Trucker Hat selection is outstanding!
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Re: Wyn Republic [dand] [ In reply to ]
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Thanks! Mind if I ask your size and build type? Our team is more of a 'finisher' team than competitive. Seems to me Wyn is more on the competitive fit side however selfishly, still relevant to me as I like like their style and while I'm MOP I have more of a 'competitive' build.
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Re: Wyn Republic [hadukla] [ In reply to ]
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doper she is, can't support her bad habit haha
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Re: Wyn Republic [hadukla] [ In reply to ]
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hadukla wrote:
Thanks! Mind if I ask your size and build type? Our team is more of a 'finisher' team than competitive. Seems to me Wyn is more on the competitive fit side however selfishly, still relevant to me as I like like their style and while I'm MOP I have more of a 'competitive' build.

5'11" ~170lbs. I'm not at all slight or super-low body fat, but relatively slim. more muscle in the legs than upper body. I bought a M and it's pretty good for me. I *might* be able to wear a small for a really tight fit, especially in arms/shoulders, but the M fits well.

If it helps at all, the first version of the Roka ss tri suit fit me in medium and I wouldn't think about sizing down (felt like I was pushing it fit-wise in the bottom, while the top was a really good, very tight fit); the Wyn suit in a medium feels more forgiving (I tried on a LG ss suit that felt similar in this sense). I think it's as much to do with the fabric as the cut. I think the Wyn might be pretty forgiving given the fabric, although people who are carrying more weight in the stomach might have an issue with the way the zip open top overlaps the bottoms (i.e., there isn't a ton of overlap, so it could ride up).
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Re: Wyn Republic [Trimeon] [ In reply to ]
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Trimeon wrote:
doper she is, can't support her bad habit haha

TBF to her she's not returning to competition unlike many others who serve their ban then carry on regardless.
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Re: Wyn Republic [iron snorks] [ In reply to ]
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Pretty sure the ban was 2 years from June 2016 so we have yet to see whether she will return to action.
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Re: Wyn Republic [hadukla] [ In reply to ]
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She's already stated that she won't ever return to racing. Give it up. Find something else to waste your time and energy on.
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Re: Wyn Republic [hadukla] [ In reply to ]
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hadukla wrote:
Has anyone yet tried stuff from Wyn republic? Not sure how new they are but nothing showed up in the search for the name, even using Luke's name. This seems to be a Rapha type move into triathlon by Luke & Beth McKenzie. A friend brought up their name as our team was considering a new vendor for our team's kits. Hoping for any feedback!

I got their sleeved tri suit last week. Havn't raced in it though....Arizona 70.3 will be the first time.

The materials are A1 and the cut/fit is very comfortable. I'm 186cm and round 75kg and i got a L and for me its a perfect fit. Plus i like to opening on the one piece for a pee stop, that was one of the big selling points to me
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Re: Wyn Republic [hadukla] [ In reply to ]
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I got the mint/navy socks recently. Anyone buy any of their kits?

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Re: Wyn Republic [BryanD] [ In reply to ]
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BryanD wrote:
I got the mint/navy socks recently. Anyone buy any of their kits?

Im expecting a tri suit and cycle kit to arrive any day now.
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Re: Wyn Republic [BryanD] [ In reply to ]
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BryanD wrote:
I got the mint/navy socks recently. Anyone buy any of their kits?

My team actually went with them so I'm getting my kit in a couple weeks, though I ordered sleeveless. I did like the sleeved we tried with the fit kit. I'll report back when I get em
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Re: Wyn Republic [hadukla] [ In reply to ]
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Was curious then saw a pic by one of the professional Wassner twins in their suiting. If someone that petite practically looks like she's wearing hot pants I'd hate to see myself and most of us MOP dudes wearing this stuff

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Re: Wyn Republic [hadukla] [ In reply to ]
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I have their Tri Shorts and have to say they probably are the best designed shorts I own; and I've purchased quite a few different brands over there years. I love that they're a bit longer on the inseam side (covers more of the leg), ride higher on the hips (no tramp stamp sun tan), and have large rear pockets that can fit an iPhone 7+ or even a small bottle.

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Re: Wyn Republic [N2176T] [ In reply to ]
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Thank you this gives me hope that I too could wear these and have all anatomy covered. Maybe the product is just tiny inseam on the W side?
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Re: Wyn Republic [velox canis] [ In reply to ]
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I really like the tri shorts, but the waist band is a tad tight for me with no drawstring. If there was one nit, it would be this. I like the option of a drawstring to self regulate the waistband. If it weren't for that they'd be all I wear.



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