Made for A Tankini one-piece swimsuit with short sleeves and shorty bottoms.
Chlorine resistanceUp to 100 hours of use: recommended for occasional use.
CoverageA tankini top and a jammer with good coverage for the legs
Easy dressingRound neckline makes it easy to put on and take off.
Swimming for beginners: beginner swimmers who are starting to swim and looking for comfort and coverage. Above all, she is looking for a water-based physical activity for its well-being and health benefits. For her, NABAIJI offers a wide range of swimwear that allow her to swim with products suited to swimming, but that also meet anatomical requirements.
Scoop, U-shaped back A swimsuit should primarily prioritise comfort. It should allow you to perform movements with complete ease and not hurt you. That is why it is important to choose the shape of the back of your swimsuit carefully. Ideal for larger sizes as it is easy to put on once over the hips.
Material: 80% polyamide / 20% elastane. Chlorinated water can be harmful to swimsuits which are used repeatedly in the swimming pool. The elastane fibre that gives the material its stretch property and therefore makes it comfortable, is also very fragile when in contact with chlorine. If you swim occasionally this material will be fine for you. If you swim regularly or intensively, opt for a 100% polyester material.
This top features a bra with built-in pads.
Not recommended for use on slides. For use in public swimming pools, please check that this type of swimsuit is permitted by the establishment
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