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- 85% Polyester, 15% Spandex
- Hand Wash Only
- LONG-LASTING FABRIC: ProLT fabric is designed to give swimmers long-lasting durability and stretch
- QUICK-DRYING: Low-moisture absorption for fast comfort right out of the water
- SUPER PRO BACK: Wide straps for ultimate support and comfort in the water
- RACING CUT: High leg cut for high-performance swimming
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Engineered to last through a busy swim season, this technical swimsuit will help you get the most out of each practice session. Durable ProLT fabric provides performance-building compression and reduced recovery time, while a specially designed back features wide straps for ultimate support as you move through the water. HIGHLIGHTS Long-lasting Quick-drying Wide straps for ultimate support High racing cut Front & back lined 85% Polyester / 15% Spandex
- Package Dimensions : 7.3 x 5.3 x 1.6 inches; 2.35 Pounds
- Item model number : 8191481
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : March 13, 2014
- Manufacturer : Speedo Men's and Women's Swimwear
- ASIN : B00I97K452
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For those of you who are swimming laps more than a couple times a week or if you swim competitively, I HIGHLY recommend not sizing up and just going with your regular size! I used to swim competitively, and was always instructed by coaches to order down, since swimsuits naturally and quickly stretch out with regular use (to illustrate this point- in my much thinner swimming days, I wore a 32, and it is now so stretched out after years of use that I can put it on with ease...it's too worn out to swim in now, but it just goes to show how these swimsuits stretch out!). Also, If it matters to you, you'll also find yourself swimming slightly faster in a tighter suit, as there is less drag and resistance.
I think I'm going to keep the 38 for now, since I'm just getting back into swimming after a long hiatus, so am only doing laps once or twice a week right now. But I think once I increase the frequency of my workouts, I'll order the 36 (perhaps even the 34 if I loose a few pounds!).
If you want to use this for actually swimming, use the size chart and don't order up. It will stretch. I ordered to my largest measurement from the chart, and it was tight at first (yes, it will probably emphasize back fat at first), but after a couple weeks of swimming it fits perfectly. I'm actually beginning to fear it might keep stretching. If you swim a lot, you *might* even want to order down if the measurement pushing you up a size is your waist; it's a bit roomier there than I expected.
However, the cut is definitely a touch pear-shaped. If your bust measurement is significantly larger than your hips, you might prefer a different suit.