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Women's Aerobic Chlorine-Resistant Swimsuit

Aerobic Chlorine-Resistant Swimsuit—Stays in Place When Exercising Vigorously

Women's Aerobic Chlorine-Resistant Swimsuit

Aerobic Chlorine-Resistant Swimsuit—Stays in Place When Exercising Vigorously


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This chlorine-resistant swimsuit won't fade no matter how often you're in the pool, and is specifically designed to stand up to the rigors of exercise, both in and out of the water. Whether you swim laps, do water aerobics, or walk on the beach, this chlorine-resistant swimsuit stays put thanks to the crisscross straps in back and the lower mature-cut legs, which prevent it from riding up. Has a flattering crinkled finish, hidden tummy control panel, and a molded soft-cup bra for support. 100% polyester. Hand wash, line dry. Imported, made of domestic material. Available in both Misses’ and Women's sizes.

  • Chlorine-resistant swimsuit will not fade prematurely
  • Chlorine-resistant swimsuit is designed to stand up to the rigors of exercise
  • Crisscross straps in back keeps the suit in place
  • Lower mature-cut legs prevents the suit from riding up
  • Hidden tummy control panel flatters the figure
  • Molded soft cup bra provides support

At The Vermont Country Store, we offer products that stand the test of time, like this chlorine-resistant swimsuit, perfect for women who exercise in or out of the pool because it is designed to keep a perfect fit no matter how much you move about.

Women's Aerobic Chlorine-Resistant Swimsuit

Materials

100% Polyester

Care

For best results: Hand wash in cool water. Line Dry. Use only non-chlorine bleach. Do not iron and do not dry clean.

Origin

Manufactured In: Dominican Republic/Columbia

Material - Country Of Origin: USA

Women's Aerobic Chlorine-Resistant Swimsuit 4.5 5 12 12
I'm sorry. I'm not happy with my swimsuit purchase The neckline of this product and style "gaps" open when exercising. I don't know your return policy on this. I did wear it twice, but I went back to wearing my old suit. December 15, 2014
Does what it says............stayS in place First suit was not what I wanted.....No nonsense return and exchange was rightg up mt alley December 5, 2014
chlorine resistant swim suit lasts Your chlorine resistant swim suit is the only one that lasts in the chlorinated pool at the gym. It survives water aerobic class and the hot tub 3 times each week. The suit is in good condition when the lining falls out. It would be great if a stronger lining were available. Thanks! November 14, 2013
This suit holds up very well I have worn the one suit I ordered over a year ago. The outer shell is holding up very well but the lining is getting loose and I have to be careful to adjust it before getting in the pool. I have had several compliments on it and a request for your phone #. She would like a catalog. I like the fabric as I can get out and if I have to wait for a shower stall it doesn't feel cold but keeps me quite comfortable. I also like the fact that I can rinse it in clear water, hang in the shower at home and have it dry quickly. September 10, 2013
Water aerobic swim suit The suit fits well and is comfortable. I have had several in my swim aerobics class who have shown interest in buying this style suit for themselves. It is too soon to know how well it will hold up to the chlorine in an indoor pool. July 29, 2013
Great for aerobic swim class So far I really like my bathing suit. The fit is great and it stays in place. I just come home and rinse it out and it is ready for the next class. July 29, 2013
Aerobic Swimwear I have several of the suits that I rotate and have gotten over 12 others to buy them for swimming classes at the Y. The only problem being the lining falls apart almost at the touch after 10 months or so. I do recommend them though. May 30, 2013
Lining needs help I have bought 2-3 of these suits and love the fit and the fact they last forever EXCEPT for the lining which after a year seems to loose whatever and a mere tug will cause a tear. Just wanted the manufacturer to know in case they didn's that this happens. Perhaps, they can find a cure?? April 7, 2013
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