POC Tempor$380 1 of 12
Claiming a superior aerodynamic design, POC designed the Tempor with the help of Olympic time trial medalist Gustav Larsson. While the aesthetics will be hit or miss for some, the shapes certainly look fast. The two large air vents in the front of the helmet should help to keep your head cool in longer races.
Fizik Tritone 6.5 Braided$280 2 of 12
This saddle from Fizik is designed for comfort and to support triathletes with a larger distance between their sit bones. The nose is 65mm wide and the rear of the saddle has a maximum width of 140mm. It's also available in multiple color options.
Watteam Powerbeat$499 3 of 12
The new power meter from Watteam uses crank sensors to monitor the torque of the left and right pedal strokes. The design looks easy to setup and switch from bike to bike, and the test model at the show provided accurate feedback. At this price, it could be a game changer.
Deda Carbon Blast$235 4 of 12
Deda Elementi designed this carbon clip-on aerobar to use on a standard road bike when you'll need a shorter extension. They can also be used in draft-legal triathlons when time trial bikes are often not allowed.
Blue Seventy Helix Wetsuit$800 5 of 12
If you're searching for a top-of-the-line competition wetsuit, the Helix should be on your short list. The wetsuit features seamless blue panels at the top of the shoulder that are extremely flexible and improve shoulder mobility.
Endura Tri SuitPrice unavailable 6 of 12
Specifics on this new tri suit weren't available, but Endura expects to fine-tune this version for an early 2016 release. If it's anything like the company's cycling apparel, expect it to be durable and fast.
Xlab Aero Pouch 300$45 7 of 12
Aero Pouch wraps around the rear bottle cage and is designed to improve our on-bike storage aerodynamics. The 300 model will easily fit a spare tube, a CO2 inflator, two tire levers and a multi-tool.
Reynolds Aero 90$1,100 (front), $2,800 (set) 8 of 12
The Aero 90 is the perfect front-wheel option for triathletes seeking to gain every advantage possible from a wheelset. Even though it has a 90mm rim depth, the ultra-wide 26mm external width provides improved stability while in the aerobars. This will allow you to concentrate more on generating power instead of dealing with twitchy handling caused by crosswinds or fast descents.
Reynolds Element Disc$1,750 9 of 12
Paired best with the Reynolds Aero 90 front wheel, the full carbon Element Disc is for those flat, windless days when you want to maximize speed. Reynolds claims it's the fastest wheel in its class because of its torsional rigidity and drag coefficient. Additionally, the valve stem cup that accepts standard pumps is a really smart feature.
Sidi T4 Air Carbon Composite$249.99 10 of 12
Not yet available, this tri shoe from Sidi features a perforated upper for maximum drainage and ventilation. The women's model has a tapered foot shape that's narrower and has less volume. As with all of Sidi's cycling shoes, expect a well-made shoe that's built to last.
CEP Compression Socks$40 11 of 12
CEP provides medical-grade compression to improve blood flow and support your muscles during competition. What we liked about these over other models was the quality of the fabric, which shouldn't lose its elasticity after several cycles through the wash.