Speedo Women’s Race Lycra Blend Learn to Swim Solid Superpro Back One Piece Swimsuit, Navy, 32

The perfect suit for adults who spend less time in the water than competitive swimmers with the classic styling and performance for which Speedo is renowned. Super proback styling. Flat-locked stitching eliminates chafing. Low drag profile. Fully front lined. Bar tack reinforcement at stress points. Wide, non-slip straps. 2″ Speedo logo on right hip. Non-chlorine resistant. Fabric: 86% Antron Nylon/14% Lycra spandex. Import, Domestic Fabric.

Product Features

  • 87% Nylon, 13% Lycra
  • High nylon content lycra blend fabric allows for longer lasting, well priced bargain
  • Wide straps for superior support and comfort, constructed with our exclusive 9-thread flat lock stitching
  • Hand wash cold water, lay flat to dry
  • Imported

3 thoughts on “Speedo Women’s Race Lycra Blend Learn to Swim Solid Superpro Back One Piece Swimsuit, Navy, 32

  1. A fitting guide for those unsure (at the bottom) Alright, I went out on a limb when I bought this because, let’s be realistic: one cannot hope to find a bathing suit at the end of the October for a good price. Enter: Amazon. I just got this bathing suit last week, and I have to say it is great. I am a ‘more-than-average swimmer’, I go swimming 3-4 times a week, even during the winter months (I swim in an indoor pool…).Pros –1. Very happy with the slimming of this new bathing suit as compared to my worn and stretched-out version (and also ‘see-thru’ spots where the chlorine got to it). It slims down the body very well and makes the legs look lengthy (something I need since I have short legs)2. Since I swim in an indoor pool, it is, of course, a public pool with a high chlorine content. I chose to go with Blue instead of Black (because black, it seems to me, is more easily able to see the chlorine effects after a period of time), and so far the fabric seems to be holding up just fine against the…

  2. A Guide for this Bathing Suit I swim competitively and I needed a black bathing suit quick. I needed something cheap just for one meet; however I’ve been using it since: 2 times a week for about 2-3 hours every week for the past 6 weeks. This bathing suit is a good price and good quality for what you pay for it (in comparison to $40-50 suits that I usually wear). It’s definitely worth it!PROS:- True to Size, at least in competitive bathing suit sizes. For a snug fit, size 28 would be a 4, size 30 would be a 6, size 32 would be an 8, and so on. For a looser fit, go up one size.- Keeps shape – no stretching or fading yet.- Generally comfortable.- Quality for the price.- Although I’ve only been using it for meets, it feels like it would keep well for regular swimming (5 days a week, 1-2 hours).CONS:- The thick straps can become annoying when swimming butterfly or something breaststroke; however, this is a matter of preference.- High cut. The leg holes…

  3. Decent Suit at a Great Price I’ve read a lot of reviews about this product being too small for its size. It’s not. It’s consistent with the sizing for all of the other Speedo competition/race suits I own. When trying to determine a size for your swimsuit, I would recommend using your bra size as a baseline. If you’re an A cup or on the smaller end of a B cup, you’ll probably be fine with your standard size. If you’re larger than that, you’ll need to adjust upwards accordingly – I’d venture to say a size per cup. The fit is on the tighter side but you don’t want a swimsuit to fit loosely, since water drag isn’t fun when you’re swimming! My one complaint with the fit is that there’s a seam on the back that sometimes tends to ride up into a slight wedgie – it doesn’t happen while I’m swimming but it does when I walk around.The material isn’t as smooth feeling as other Speedo swimsuits, but it’s durable enough. I swim three times a week in a chlorinated gym pool, rinse my swimsuit out with clean…

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