The 226 range was designed to meet the exact needs of the endurance distance triathlete, and is also popular with those looking for highly breathable, performance garments. The new 2009 range features a distinctive design, influenced by the garment worn by Craig Alexander on his way to second place at his first ever Ironman World Champs in Kona. The range is constructed from a combination of Orca’s AquaGlide and Vapour fabrics, guaranteeing world class performance through the swim, bike and run. Further, faster with 226.
The 226 Tech Pant offers the most technically advanced chamois in Orca’s product range. Designed to provide the highest level of comfort possible for endurance distance athletes, the chamois is constructed from multi-level seamless pad, which features extra elasticity and optimum shock absorption. The chamois moulds to individual body contours, is hyperallergenic and anti-bacterial. The Tech Pant also features a centre back AquaPocket, which is positioned to reduce drag whilst in the swim, and the Hydroseal leg opening helps reduce drag and increase comfort. Safety reflective elements ensure added visibility and security in low light conditions.
Hydro print contrast panels at side body - standout design
Elasticated waist with internal logo draw cord - comfort
Across the back safety closed pockets with reflective piping - secure storage I visibility
Tri-tech padded chamois - comfort I shock absorbent I anti abrasion
Hydroseal leg opening - comfort
Orca reflective logos - safety I visibility
Contrast flatlock top stitching - comfort I detail
Silicon centre back size label - comfort I low irritation