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New collection UPF 50+ Stretchy one-piece Tank suit has wide shoulder straps and an attached skirt. Nylon/Lycra with polyester lining and a built-in Ultimate Swim Diaper.
Swim diapers are no longer just a matter of preventing embarrassing accidents they have become an important public health issue. 27 states now require or encourage the use of approved swim diapers, waterproof with snug-fitting legs and waist, for diaper-aged children swimming in public pools, i play, and inc is the original swim diaper manufacturer with over 15 years of experience making, testing and improving our swim diaper. The i play. Patented ultimate swim diaper has three layers a waterproof layer to prevent leaks, an extra absorbent layer to absorb wetness and a wickaway lining to keep moisture from baby's skin. We use materials that are naturally absorbent without superabsorbent gels or harsh chemicals to keep your baby clean and happy.
Good quality but fit was smaller than expected for my petite daughter.Published 4 days ago by HKBASS1315
Really adorable. Was a little on the snug side for my 18 month old daughter but worked out just fine.Published 14 days ago by GK
Way too small for my 6 month old. Her measurements are 20lbs and 26 inches. She's a tall child but this is supposed to be sized for 6-12 months.Published 24 days ago by victoriaalyssa
It was okay. We ended up not using it much but it's a cute suit.Published 24 days ago by Gamecocks01
Very well-made and I didn't attented when I purchased this item that it comes with a swimming diaper attached, so you can't use disposable swimming diapers (which I purchased... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniela
Love it!! Looks so cute on, fits comfortably on my daughter.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This suit is so adorable, and it fits really well. the legholes are just the right size, not too tight, but tight enough to keep everything in. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elizabeth Kanous