Multi-award winning triathlon outfitter HUUB Design has continued its partnership with six-time IRONMAN world champion, Dave Scott, for a further three years.
The continued affiliation between HUUB and Scott will see them embark on advanced research projects and ‘bring exciting new developments to the bestselling Dave Scott apparel line, designed to ensure comfort and breathability in a faster garment’.
The new line will feature training items and improved suits, which will ‘continue to set the benchmark for ultimate triathlon comfort across the three disciplines, whilst ensuring enhanced performance with improved aerodynamics’.
Dean Jackson founder of HUUB Design said “Dave is a hugely influential individual in the industry and having him on board for another three years is a huge asset to our brand. He is pivotal to the line’s success, giving us invaluable intel and development ideas so we’re very excited to continue to work closely together in order to bring more innovation to the new line.”
“I’m very proud to attach my name to the award-winning HUUB Dave Scott line of triathlon apparel,” said six-time IRONMAN world champion Dave Scott. “It represents our mutual commitment to producing the very best. Its innovative fit, style and function make it the preferred choice among serious triathletes worldwide. I’m honoured to work with a company like HUUB that is always raising the standards of what’s possible in technical apparel.”
Coach to some of the world’s greatest triathlete’s, Dave Scott will also be supporting HUUB with training advice and guidance which can be found on the company’s website www.huubdesign.com.
2016 has been another successful year for HUUB Design: winning ‘Best Triathlon Wetsuit Brand’ for a third year in a row at the 220 Triathlon Awards and picking up the award for ‘Best Tri Suit Brand’; supporting several Paralympians and Olympians including the Brownlee brothers who won gold and silver at Rio 2016; and also announcing a new partnership with Swim Serpentine, one of London’s newest open water festivals.
HUUB has also pioneered scientific research with its Measuring Active Drag (MAD) system, which the company cites as a key component in empirically proving performance enhancement in developed suit technology.