Customer Reviews Of:
Dolfin Ocean Aquashape Conservative Swimsuit - Chloroban, UPF 50 (For Women)

Closeouts. Dolfin's Ocean Aquashape Conservative swimsuit is made with Chloroban chlorine-resistant and quick-trying fabric, treated to provide UPF 50+ sun protection.

Average Rating based on 150 reviews 4.046666 0 5
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Petie from Colorado on Friday, December 19, 2014
    This suit fits well (runs a bit small so order the next size up) keeps it's shape for a long time and is very comfortable. I have worn this suit for years and am pleased at the company's consistent quality and that they keep this suit in production. I wish there was a wider variety in print design on the suit like what is on the less conservative Dolphin suits.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by AVC from Albany, NY on Sunday, December 7, 2014
    I'm about 5'4" and usually wear a size 4 pants. I sized up to 8 as suggested by other reviewers and it fits well. I have a long torso and am a bit busty for my size and was pleased that the top accommodated me just fine. I'll agree it's not the most flattering suit in all the land (or sea), but it's well-constructed and seems built to last. For lap swimming I'd rather have more coverage than less. I don't have any complaints. I'm happy with the price and the purchase.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by She walks from Oregon on Tuesday, September 9, 2014
    This is a really nice suit. Good material and a modest cut for those who want that sort of thing. I did find that the arm holes were a little tight for me and I did return it for that reason. Other than that small fit detail I loved it and will look for a different model with the same fabric.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Melissa O from Virginia on Thursday, September 4, 2014
    This suit overall fits well but the legs openings and cut if hip area is a little too conservative and not very flattering to my shape. Still was a good buy for a lap swimming workout suit - especially a super deal discount
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by 8th surfer from So. California on Sunday, August 31, 2014
    Used to buy six nylon-lycra blend suits at a time, allowing a year's wear: every two months, time for a new one.
    These Chloroban suits are the only ones that seem to last - they will still be stretchy and intact even if the elastic strip below the bra portion begins to go.

    I wear these six days a week and wouldn't bother with anything else. Coverage great, straps stay put, very satisfactory garment. There are two styles: "conservative", which I prefer, and "moderate" -slightly higher leg opening and different strap arrangement. Be sure to look at the rear view when selecting the style to see which is better for you.
  • Reviewed by JO in GA from Marietta, GA on Sunday, August 10, 2014
    This suit dries quickly and is modest enough for this 50-something to feel comfortable wearing to the gym. I am usually a 4, but size up to a 6 and it is tight.
    I like how the fabric holds everything in, but if you have shoulder or joint issues you may have a hard time getting into this suit.
  • Reviewed by debbiker54 from Concord, ca on Wednesday, August 6, 2014
    I lap swim in a public pool 4-5 times a week and the chlorine can really fade and destroy a suit. NOT THIS SUIT.
    These are really quality well made bathing suits. I bought 3 of them and am using one until it wears out, but the way
    its wearing, that will be a long time. This is a nice conservative suit that covers bulges, etc and is form fitting, so that's good
    also. I would recommend this suit if you are looking for a good sturdy suit for lap swimming, especially if you can get it with
    the deal flyer.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jess from Annapolis, MD on Friday, August 1, 2014
    It's a nice, modest suit. I'm 5'3" and 108lbs with a bra size 32 A. I'm really in between sizes 6 and 8. I think a size 7 would be a better fit but they don't offer this size. I tried the size 6 and it fit me great width -wise but the suit was not long enough for my ...I guess it's called girth. If I were an inch or so shorter it, could've worked out. So I exchanged for the size 8 and the girth fit is much better but it sags slightly in the stomach area. A little sad but I'm settling for it. On my search for modest suits, I tend to look like a little girl in a big girl's suit. I don't know why they think slim women don't care to be modest. At least that's what I feel its implied by most clothing manufacturers anyway. Other than the size, the suit gives great butt coverage, the soft cups are nice and not invasive, I technically don't need a bra for support but it's nice to have cups for modesty. I prefer this suit over the old suit which I purchased from Lands End, it seems to be a better fit for my body and not nearly as baggy.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dawn from Utah on Tuesday, July 22, 2014
    I got what I expected and was pleased.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Displaced Coloradan from Orange City, IA on Wednesday, July 16, 2014
    I read the reviews and ended up with the swimsuit I wanted. This model does run small. I had to check my ego. I'm on the 10/12 border and 5'10", so I ordered a 14 even though I never wear that size. No extra room in it, but I think the 16 would have been too big (maybe that's my ego speaking). I like the conservative leg cut and the support system. I don't mind the fit of the straps, but can see how not everyone (including several reviewers) would like the fit where they meet the body of the suit in back. The suit is good for swimming laps. Seems high quality.
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