About TYR Kaleidoscope Maxfit Swimsuit - UPF 50+ (For Women)
Closeouts. TYR's Kaleidoscope Maxfit swimsuit delivers the performance features you need -- a full-coverage neckline, supportive straps, keyhole back and moderate leg cut -- to stay comfortable and confident for racing or training.
TYR Womens Swimsuit Sizing Chart
|Waist||22 - 22.5||23 - 23.5||24 - 25||25.5 - 27.5||27.5 - 29||29.5 - 31||31.5 - 32.5||33 - 34||34.5 - 35.5|
|Bust||27.5 - 28||28 - 29.5||30 - 31.5||32 - 33.5||34 - 35.5||36 - 37.5||38 - 39.5||40 - 41.5||42 - 43.5|
|Hips||29.5 - 30.5||31 - 32.5||33 - 34.5||35 - 36.5||37 - 38.5||39 - 40.5||41 - 42||42.5 - 43.5||44 - 45|
|Torso||54.5 - 55.5||56 - 57||57.5 - 58.5||59 - 60||60.5 - 61.5||62 - 63||63.5 - 64.5||65 - 66.5||67 - 68.5|
Note: Measurements are in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ollie'smom from Minnesota on Sunday, June 12, 2016We got this suit in the blue, and it is very pretty. It fits my daughter as it should, and it's a sensible, quality suit for competitive swimming. No fit problems, and we expect it will perform like TYR suits usually do (which is well!).
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sarahs mom from texas on Monday, May 2, 2016hard to get in and out of but quality and price excellent. Speedos are too long in the torso for me. TYR brand works for the most part. 5'3" 114 lbs, size 32,
Reviewed by Catswimmer from Wilmington de on Tuesday, April 26, 2016I ordered my usual size 32 and it fit perfectly. I've worn TYR swimsuits for lap swimming for years and I find the sizing always consistent. I always rotate my swimsuits to get them to last longer. I hope this lasts longer than the reversible ones I've tried, but it does have Lycra in it. I have received many complents on this one where I swim.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by USHiker from United States on Sunday, April 24, 2016I liked the pattern on the product and the black lining was a great feature. However, despite purchasing a size up- I'm 5'9" and 145 pounds and normally wear a 36B, The 38 was way too small for me. I could barely pull the bathing up over my shoulders, and the straps would dug into my shoulders uncomfortably. Perhaps if you swim competitively, it's more important to get a really tight fit. However, for someone just swimming laps at the pool, I'd definitely size up one or even two sizes (if you normally wear more fitted clothing).