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Tenola Triathlon Wear and Clothing made in the UK

Tenola is a UK company engaged in the design, development and manufacturing of high performance triathlon wear and associated clothing for the multi-sport athlete.

Tenola product range is aimed at the multi-discipline sport of triathlon and includes gym, swim, cycling and running apparel and equipment.  We currently offer premium men's & women's tri suits and swimwear which have been designed, developed and manufactured to the highest standards in the UK.

At Tenola we are always looking at ways of producing new and innovative designs with the overall aim of enhancing the sporting performance of a athlete whether it's in training or competition.

Tenola products have been evolving over the past 3 years from sketches to prototype to production. During this period we have tested, changed and re-tested each of our offering. With new and future designs we always start with a blank piece of paper and aim to incorporate new fabrics, new technology and what we have learnt from previous designs, testing, and customers.

Please browse our site to view our triathlon wear product range and sign up to our mailing list or follow us on social media to keep up to date about our product developments and news.

Latest News from Tenola

Tenola tri-suits use fabric supplied by Carvico: Vita fabric is a sustainable techno-fabric, made of a ECONYL® regenerated Nylon. It is versatile, hyper-resistant, and breathable: a unique mix of muscular compression, and twice as resistant to chlorine than other fabrics.

Posted: 16/11/2018 11:55am

Swim tri-suit by Tenola is a multi-panel design ensuring a good fit, with minimum water absorbed by the fabric giving a streamline swim position in the water. pic.twitter.com/2Tx3A5gzMi

Posted: 13/11/2018 1:55pm

Congratulations to Katie Ball a brilliant result at the ETU Middle distance champs Ibiza, finishing 9th in her age group and finished 37th lady overall. Follow Katie story at ow.ly/LjUv30mvVen pic.twitter.com/MghwN6fT3b

Posted: 10/11/2018 11:15am