Running shoes usually have logos that evoke the idea of speed, such as a swoosh, a cheetah driving a go-kart, or a child growing up. Be the fastest human you know with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $50 worth of shoes and apparel at TriSports. This deal is valid for in-store purchases only at the Tucson location.
Founded by an Ironman athlete and staffed by a stable of knowledgeable sportspeople, TriSports outfits triathletes with cycling, swimming, and running gear. Outfit feet with a pair of hot-pink women’s Saucony ProGrid Kinvara kicks ($89.95) or treat tender toe-holders to a pair of men’s Brooks Adrenaline GTS 11 running shoes ($99.95)–winners of Runner’s World Best Update category in 2010. Legs jealous of their pampered nether-neighbors can dry their resentful tears on the soft chamois cloth of men’s Louis Garneau Comp tri shorts, ideal for cyclists and frequent sitters ($59.95). Meanwhile, aquatic athletes can improve underwater sight with TYR Velocity goggles ($14.95) and reduce coif-induced drag with a De Soto Neopreme swim cap, which provides 3 millimeters of insulation from chilly waters and the cold-hearted taunting of sea otters ($25.95). Each purchase allows customers to support 80 TriSports-sponsored athletes around the world without chasing them down after a workout and dousing them with a tub of gatorade. Additionally, the altruistic outfitter contributes to a host of charities, including the Challenged Athletes Foundation. TriSports has donated more than $650,000 during the past three years.
- They have a robust online shop that always has the best equipment and great prices. Their physical store is absolutely stunning. It is a fully stoked multi-sport retail wonderland. – Dave B., Yelp, 5/19/10
- Allways a good experience buying from TriSports.com. I've been buying from them for several years and have never had any issues with their service.– Yahoo! Products reviewer on Jun. 30, 2010
Butterfield Business Center
4495 S Coach Dr.
Tucson, Arizona 85714Get Directions