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Move and groove with the Diamond Dot One Piece, a fitness swimsuit that gives you superior support and long-lasting materials to help you achieve your goals.
I own several Reebok suits. I like the fit, styles and durability. I like the lower leg cut available in many good looking styles. I wear mine in water exercise classes, our hot tub and on vacation. I generally like the fit. This one is OK but feels a little larger than my last Size 18 (not because I have lost weight)
Good quality, comfortable and does not ride up. Fully lined. No complaints.
This suit fits well and is very cute and different that what you usually see offered. I got the black and white as the pink was too cutesy for my taste. I am 5''11" and had to order up a size to get the length I need which means that the chest gaps a bit, though it''s not very noticeable. I''d rather have the chest be a bit big than have to keep pulling the suit down in the back. If the suit had adjustable straps for some extra length I would not have had to size up. TYR has spoiled me now with their adjustable straps. Reebok should take note! Otherwise this suit seems very well made and is flattering.
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J.W Foster developed the first known running shoe with spikes back in 1890, enabling athletes to run faster than ever before. Over 60 years later, his grandsons, Joe and Jeff Foster, took over J.W. Foster and Sons in 1954 and gave it a new name: Reebok.
While Reebok quietly made shoes for 30 years, it wasn’t until the booming fitness trend of the 80s happened that Reebok became a household name. Women all over the world flocked to pick up the Reebok Freestyle. When THE PUMP hit the markets in 1989, Reebok become one of the top shoe sellers.
In 2006, Reebok became part of the adidas Group, bringing together two of the world’s most respected and best-known companies in the sporting goods industry. In 2011, Reebok made the move and partnered with CrossFit, a core strength and conditioning program. Two years later, Yoga, Dance and Aerobics followed suit and Reebok has become the new fitness brand, with the goal to empower consumers to be fit for life.