A mesh fabric constructed with a mix of polyamide and elastane proprietary to PURPOSE, Hypermesh is strong and sturdy for the battles of the day. Yet light, durable and breathable for high-performance and comfort in the brutal humidity of Southeast Asia.
Proven to perform at over 90% humidity, it's even superior everywhere else where heat is the enemy.
Welcome to our guide on how to care for your high-performance triathlon suit and running kits. We're thrilled that you've chosen to invest in your gear and prioritise taking care of it. Whether you're a seasoned triathlete or just starting, your triathlon suit and running kits are essential components to your training and racing success. At Purpose, we understand the importance of quality gear and want to help you make the most of your investment.
Gruelling endurance events like triathlons challenge athletes to perform at their best in a variety of disciplines, including swimming, cycling and running. Every triathlon race can take several hours to complete and is a test of mental and physical strength, as well as endurance. One of the biggest challenges of triathlon is the harsh conditions that athletes must contend with, including heat and humidity. That’s why choosing the right gear is essential to success. Read on and understand why PURPOSE Hypermesh™ is the best technical fabric for triathlons, especially in hot and humid conditions.
Somewhat of a rising star in India’s local triathlon scene, Himanshu Puri is making an impact in just a few short years – from a non-swimmer to a 70.3 World Championship qualifier. In doing this, becoming a role model to many in Gurgaon, India’s triathlon community there. And being an assistant coach, he’s helping others achieve their triathlon goals too. Despite tough competition, Himanshu qualified for the 70.3 World Championship not in his home race of Ironman 70.3 Goa but instead in the much more contested Ironman 70.3 Bahrain with wider, more competitive fields. A proud wearer of PURPOSE gear, we caught up with Himanshu to ask about his inspiring triathlon journey and future goals.