Reviewed by LABiker, splittin' thru crazy traffic from Low-Cal So. Cal. on Monday, November 12, 2012
Serious swimmers like a low-drag suit for their workouts, but the ladies can get weirded out by old fat guys like me wearing the normal skimpy speedos [let's call this "the Borak effect." ;) ] This jammer suit is discreet in that respect, looks good, is low drag and should hold up well [Dolphin name brand.] Runs a little small, but then all this type of swimwear follows that pattern [I think the manf's. knowingly skimp on material expecting the stretch of the lycra to make up for making the suit too small, & because it gets all stretched out, you buy a new one sooner. Planned obsolescence at it's finest! ::) ] I can definitely recommend this, but suggest you first try a suit nominally 1 size larger than you would normally & see if it fits comfortably. STP's great policy on returns & low pricing makes buying a few of each in several sizes & then returning those that didn't work a rational modus operandi.
Best Uses: DIVING, Swimming
Cons: Runs Small
Pros: Discreet, Looks good, Low drag
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