Information about Dolfin Chloroban® DBX Back Competition Suit - UPF 50+ (For Women)
Closeouts. For practice, training and racing, it's hard to beat Dolfin's DBX Back competition swimsuit -- constructed for streamlined movement and made from a chlorine-resistant fabric with excellent stretch, shape retention and colorfastness.
Chloroban® fabric is chlorine resistant for lasting durability and colorfastness
Reviewed by Skimom from North Carolina Mtns on Tuesday, August 20, 2013
These suits are great and durable. I am not a "fitness swimmer" but I wear this in my hot tub after skiing. The fabric is thick and the suit stays in place with the jets on high! Resists chlorine.
They run small. I am 5'4" with a long torso. 127 lbs and a 34B. I bought the 38 and it fits perfect.
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Reviewed by BeachBum from Illinois on Tuesday, August 12, 2014
I have several of the 100% poly Dolfin suits and they hold up much better to chlorine than the suits with spandex. Fit is not as great as a spandex-blend, which is understandable. It's a trade-off I am willing to accept since I swim 3 days per week.
Reviewed by trying a tri from Texas on Saturday, August 02, 2014
I'm 5'2 120 lbs with a long torso. I bought a 40 and it is a bit too loose. I think I'll return it for a 38. (I wear a 40 in the cross back Dolphin suit so I thought this would work). The patterned fabric is nice and thick but I was disappointed with the all black side. It's more of your typical shiny stretchy fabric that usually wears out quick in chlorine. Overall great suit for the price. The sales here are ridiculous!
Reviewed by Linda from NorCal on Friday, August 01, 2014
This is a nice suit. I've always worn TYR & Speedo suits & knew Dolfin runs small, so I sized up--good thing. It fits well overall, but is roomier on top than I expected (not enough to cause chafing or coverage issues though, just a different feeling fit). Too soon to tell about the chlorine resistance.
Reviewed by superskier from Hood River on Tuesday, July 29, 2014
The material on this suit is very nice and fun to wear. I think it's a little short in the torso and tight to get on so maybe order a larger size than normally. In the water it's very comfortable, but would be a bear to take off and put on again wet.
No bra, but if your bra size is between B and C or smaller, the stretch fabric holds those girls close to your chest and pretty much wherever you put them--much more aero/aqua-dynamic than shapely.
Answered on 12/27/2013 8:55:21 AM by water aerobicizer from upstate NY
No, it doesn't.
Answered on 1/2/2014 7:20:58 AM by Dailay lap swimmer from western Mass