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Swimsuits Speedo Hyperboom Splice Legsuit Women's - Black/Pink

Speedo Hyperboom Splice Legsuit Women's - Black/Pink

Swimsuit, Material: Polyurethane, Polyester, Recycled Fabric

£15.49
365 Games
Speedo
in 6 stores
Swimsuits Speedo Hyperboom Medalist Swimsuit - Black/Grey
-27%

Speedo Hyperboom Medalist Swimsuit - Black/Grey

4.1

Swimsuit, Material: Polyester, Recycled Fabric, Stretch

£13.23£18.23
365 Games
Speedo
in 7 stores
Swimsuits Speedo Women's Shaping AquaNite Swimsuit - Black

Speedo Women's Shaping AquaNite Swimsuit - Black

Swimsuit, Solid Colour, Material: Nylon, Recycled Fabric, Adjustable Straps

£23.50
365 Games
Speedo
in 7 stores
Swimsuits Curvy Kate First Class Plunge Swimsuit Black
Trending

Curvy Kate First Class Plunge Swimsuit Black

Swimsuit, Material: Elastane/Lycra/Spandex, Polyester

£39.50£42.00
Brastop
Belle Lingerie
in 6 stores
Roxy XS, True Black Womens Essentials Cap Sleeve UPF One Piece Zip Up Swimsuit True Black
Trending

Roxy XS, True Black Womens Essentials Cap Sleeve UPF One Piece Zip Up Swimsuit True Black

Swimsuit, Material: Elastane/Lycra/Spandex

£35.08£37.00
Wetsuit Outlet
ROXY
in 8 stores

Three tips before buying a swimsuit

If you’re going to swim in a pool, you should choose a swimsuit that can withstand chlorine, so that it doesn't fade and lose its shape. Lycra/spandex and nylon are chlorine-sensitive fabrics, so rather opt for a polyester swimsuit.

  • Nylon is stretchy and dries easily. On the other hand, it is not very durable and can easily fade in the sun.

  • Lycra/spandex is also a stretchy fabric, so if you want a really tight swimsuit, this is what you should look for.

  • Polyester is very durable, but not as stretchy as the other fabrics. A polyester swimsuit also gets heavy in the water.

There are also swimsuits with UV protection, which is indicated on a scale of 15 and up. The higher the number, the better the protection.

The swimsuit will stretch as you wear it, so choose one that’s a little too tight, rather than one that’s a little loose. As for the top, the entire breast should fit in the cup – if they spill out on the sides, the swimsuit is too small. If you have larger breasts, it might be more comfortable to wear a swimsuit with underwire to support your bust.

What a swimsuit should look like is largely a matter of taste, especially if you’ll mainly be wearing it while relaxing on the beach. But if you’ll be exercising in it, there are some things you should consider. For breast stroke, for example, a higher cut gives your hip full mobility. If you do the front crawl, the cut doesn't matter as much, but the swimsuit should have straps that cross over your back, as you will then get better mobility in your back muscles. Many feel that straight straps get in the way when doing the front crawl.

Here you will find a guide with care instructions for swimwear.

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