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Sebastian Kienle winning 2014 Ironman World Championship in his Orca RS1 Dream Kona Racesuit

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August 16, 2015

Introducing: RS1 Dream Kona Aero Race Suit


We know how long you've been dreaming of this day. We know how much you've trained, struggled and wondered why you were doing this. And there's just one reason for it. Because being out there is your dream. Now you can use the racesuit worn by Sebastian Kienle to become the 2014 Ironman World Champion, Andrew Starykowicz to set the new bike course record at Challenge Roth, and Susie Cheetham to win the inaugural Ironman 70.3 Dublin to make this dream come true!

If you're looking for highly aerodynamic and hydrophobic but breathable racewear specially designed for long distances that comes into it's own in the heat then the RS1 Dream Kona is for you! With a proven saving of 30.8 watts on the bike when tested with Andrew Starykowicz at -10 degree yaw angle in a wind tunnel vs. the RS1 Killa Race Suit, this is the suit to give you the aerodynamic edge you need on the bike. Whilst in the blistering heat of races like Kona, the innovative fabrics and construction work to keep your temperature down.



AeroSkin fabric on the front panel and sleeves of the suit reduces drag  and improves aerodynamics on the bike and the longer length front zip combined with highly breathable fabrics make this suit perfect for hot conditions. The construction of the sleeves and the fully bonded seams throughout the suit are specially placed to achieve the ultimate aerodynamics on the bike and the Oxygen fabric with Coldblack® technology makes it feel like you're wearing a white suit - perfect for hot conditions without the worry of opaqueness that a white suit could give. 

Want to save even more watts? Pair the RS1 Dream Kona Aero Race Suit with our Aero Shoe Covers and save a further 7 watts!

Just like that. What are you waiting for? Get your RS1 Dream Kona Aero here.