Reviewed by Zoltar from CA on Sunday, May 11, 2014
To those of you who reviewed this and said "it didn't stretch, doesn't have support, didn't cover my assets etc." This is a drag suit. It is meant to go over your regular Speedo and provide some drag during training. It's been a while since I've been in the water, but I wore one of these every single day at practice and loved it. Buy one to two sizes larger than your traditional Speedo.
Reviewed by cabinfever from California on Monday, February 24, 2014
The Sierra Trading Post photo of this swim suit and its description prompted my belief it was a more modest version of a typical swim suit competitive swimmers might wear, but it is not. It has no elasticity and virtually no support ... it would be like swimming in cut off pants. I returned this this swim suit.
Reviewed by Metermaid from Colorado on Wednesday, September 11, 2013
I bought this for the hubby to wear in the hot tub instead of his long board shorts that retain a lot of water. It serves that purpose but we would agree with the review that said "don't know what species this was made for...". The fit is kind of strange how it is "long" on the legs in front. It reminds me of what they wore in the 50's based on photos I've seen. It has no stretch but does have a string to adjust the waist.
Reviewed by bob from hershey Pa on Monday, January 28, 2013
The suit is well made so far. Middle of teh winter here in the north east so difficult to say until I get it wet and sit on the concrete. It covers essential areas but has no gym short coverage. I will have to lose a few pounds before my wife won't laugh when I put it on.