TYR Pacific Plaid Competition Swimsuit - 1-Piece, Diamondfit (For Women)
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4.857142 5 Overall Rating: 4.9 Based on 7 reviews
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Reviewed by Dar the Explorer from Las Vegas, NV on Thursday, March 7, 2013
I am a masters swimmer and swim 5 days a week. This suit is made in 100% polyester. It is will outlast the long lasting lycra suits. Once you try durafast (Tyr's name for 100% poly) you will avoid lycra. The straps will go before the suit stretches or wears out. I get about 150 - 200 workouts s... Read More
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Reviewed by wolffmama from New Mexico on Tuesday, June 11, 2013I got this suit 2 sizes up from my usual suit size, as I am pregnant in my 5th month and needed something larger to swim in. This swimsuit fits well, feels comfortable, and nice flattering pattern. I prefer this over the maternity swimsuits. Great for laps wim.
Reviewed by Lap Swimmer from Texas on Monday, April 15, 2013I bought this suir because of someone's review. I'm glad I did, because it is very cute and the plaid is very flattering. It's comfortable for swimming laps.
Reviewed by SoCalLizzie from San Diego on Saturday, March 30, 2013This is my favorite brand & style of swimsuit. It provides a little more coverage than many other similar suits yet is subtle about it so the swimsuit is still cute. I love plaid so I had to have this suit (& bought one of each color). I have worn TYR for years now. The quality just can't be beat from my experience.
Reviewed by K from CA on Friday, March 29, 2013Fit is good. Looking for a long life from the fabric. Plaid is set on diagonal so not too awful - but who cares for workout wear!
Reviewed by Lynne the Swimmer from California on Wednesday, March 27, 2013The suit fits and it is supportive. This is a replacement for my year-old Speedo endurance suit so, compared to that suit the back is larger and is missing a stitch line or two so there is some puff (drag) between the lining and the suit. The lining is quite soft, but I'd rather have the discomfort of seams and a scratchy lining if it means less drag and more wear. In order to last both the suit and the lining have to endure.