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Official Australian Tracksuits

Australian fencing tracksuits can be purchased by athletes and officials who have been selected by the AFF to represent Australia at an international competition.

Tracksuits can be purchased by contacting the AFF Treasurer on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with confirmation of selection, and details of size required (see below)  and postal address.

The cost of the tracksuit (complete with top and pants) is $195 (inc GST).  The cost of postage is $10.  Payment can be made as outlined on this web site under Documents and Policies / All Documents and Policies / Address and Bank Details (or click here).  If paying by bank transfer, please use the reference {Your Surname} TSUIT.

Please advise the Treasurer when payment has been made so that delivery can be effected.

If living in Sydney and not wishing to pay postage, collection arrangements can be made by contacting the Treasurer.

Available Sizes are XS to XL and can be determined from the manufacturer's chart shown below.


Chest 87 92 97 102 107
Waist 68 82 87 92 97
Hips 94 95 100 105 110


Measure around fullest part of chest, keeping tape up under arms and around shoulder blades.


Measure around waist, at the height you normally wear your trousers.  Keep one finger between tape and body.


Stand with heels together, and measure around fullest part.

* Body measurements are measured from the actual body. 
They are not measurements taken from the garment.