Designed and tested in Australia, FOHER Co men's triathlon, cycling and run collections deliver the classic training and racing essentials you'll wear constantly. From stylish premium aerodynamic race kits to casual tanks and tees, there are garments for every style.
FOHER Co has a staple selection of premium men's triathlon, cycling, run and swim kit to meet every men's triathlon needs. Whether you are a male triathlete looking for a flattering and comfortable tri suit or a man looking for bright and fun triathlon clothing we have the triathlon suit to take care of your needs. We have mens tri suits for beginners and seasoned athletes alike with top of the line aerodynamic features, comfortable quick drying triathlon chamois and cooling fabrics to help you perform your best.
Entering your first triathlon, what to wear? The choice is up to you. One piece suits are more affordable, more aerodynamic and keep everything tucked in nicely while you are working hard swimming, on your bike aero bars or running. Investing in a good trisuit is a must for your tri wardrobe, maximising the cost per wear and versatility while training and racing. Shop the FOHER Co Men's triathlon, cycling and run collection now.
Grab your tape measure, make sure it is held flat, not twisted and always make sure that it is held firmly, not cutting in or squashing the area you are measuring. Please take the measurements below and compare them to the size chart to find the size that is right for you.
Taking your measurements whilst naked will give you your exact measurements, but if you intend wearing a garment (like a sports bra under your trikit), then take your measurements with those garments on.
CHEST/BUST – Place tape measure around the fullest and widest part of your bust (usually the part with the nipples!) Be careful not to let the tape measure slip down at the back, or squash you.
WAIST – Place tape measure between the bottom of your ribs and the top of your hip bones (the easiest way to find your waist is to stand in front of front of a mirror and suck your tummy in hard - you should see it!). It's also usually the narrowest part of your natural waistline.
HIP – Place the measuring tape around the fullest, widest part, usually over your bottom or at the top of your thighs between your hips and thighs.
HEIGHT – In bare feet, stand against a wall and mark the point perpendicular to the top of your head. Measure up to this point from the floor.
These measurements do not include ease, which is the amount of extra space allowed in a garment for comfort and movement. The amount of ease added can greatly differ depending on the fit of the garment.
Still not sure about what size you could be? Our two product models are good examples.
Amanda is wearing the 2P trisuits and is a Small. Amanda is 177cm tall, Bust 85cm, Waist 70cm, Hips 89cm
Katie is wearing all of our other products in an XS. Katie is 156cm tall, Bust 80cm, Waist 68cm, Hips 91cm.