This season’s race kits are more full-featured than ever before and relative new comer Smashfest Queen is pushing the envelope on fashion and function. The Smash line is the brainchild of Ultraman World Champion and Ironman’s most prolific pro, Hillary Biscay together with designer and triathlete Michele Landry.
Known for her ability to Smash gruelling workouts, Biscay needed a line of apparel that could withstand the physical demands that she put her body through, while reflecting her femininity and power. Not finding that on the market she and Landry set out to make smash-worthy triathlon, cycling, running and casual apparel.
The Ohana Tri top($79) and bottom ($79) will definitely help you get your smash on this race season.The flattering lines really accentuate and athletic build without over-constricting natural curves. In Hawaiian, “Ohana” means family and connectivity. You’ll definitely feel part of a team of fast strong women in this kit. The tri top features a supportive built-in bra and two easy access pockets with more than enough room for race day nutrition and essentials. They’re also deep enough to ensure your goods won’t slip out.
The shorts feature a light but protective chamois and elastic leg-grippers that keep them in place without feeling tight or uncomfortable. With the mermaid-like scales on the kit you’ll feel at home in the water in non-wetsuits swims and the nylon and spandex blend is fast-drying and cooling. If you’re looking for a new kit this race season, be sure to check out: