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This inspired Nike Swim™ Hydra HD3 Neck to Knee offers a sleek fit and a low-drag exterior that will translate into a better performance in the pool.
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I got the suit about a month ago for my winter taper meet in a size 24. I am about 5" 4 and weigh 115 pounds. It took me around 20 minutes to originally put the suit on, but once it was on it was a perfect fit. The first time I dove in the water to warm up before my race the suit immediately filled up with water so I used some advice a team mate gave me to prevent it in the race. However, after I swam my first race (100 Breast) my suit had stretched out so far in the stomach and the legs I could pull it about 4 inches from my body. I later got in again to see in the suit had regained any of its tightness but it began to fill with water and drag. After I took off the tech suit I had also realized seams were unraveling from the inside of the suit. This suit was a very poorly made suit and I would not recommend purchasing it.
Fit: Feels too big
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Daughter is a 28, we bought a 24. Perfect fit, you should go 2 sizes below what you wear.
Fit: Feels too small
I use this suit for competitions. It fits me OK
The size is the correct for me. I feel OK with this product
Fit: Feels true to size
okay for a few swims
for size reference, I'm 5"3" and weigh about 120 without a typical "swimmer's body" and I bought a 26. This was my first tech suit and bought it at a district meet a few years ago - it's definitely worked and helped with the mental aspect of swimming, but I would not recommend it to a swimmer looking for a high-quality racing suit. I think I've worn it for 5 meets maybe, but after just the first I was able to get my entire hand in through the back - the leg compression is great, but it is looser in the stomach. Overall, it's not bad for a less competitive swimmer who still wants the look, feel, and confidence of a kneeskin, but definitely consider sizing down a lot!
Grab it while you can!
Got this on a whim as a second knee skin for my daughter . . . saw it on another girl at JO's and asked her mom how the suit was. They said they loved it. The solid black is awesome. My daughter hasn't worn it in a meet yet but it fits very tight and looks great on her. There are no sheer spots that only the bikini area is covered - it is solid all the way. I do think it is a tad smaller than her 24 Arena which isn't a bad thing. So glad I took the risk on a "Final Sale" and bought this suit for my daughter.
Great Price Very Well Constructed Suit
It is made for a thin build. Legs are very narrow.
Very nice and fast suit! Warning it is only lined wear a bikini would be.
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