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Reebok Fitness Taryn Colorblocked Monokini

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SKU: 864779
Product Code: 7539371

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This color blocking monokini is the perfect choice for the girl that wants to be fashion forward at her next fitness class. With a design that can flatter any body type, these vivid colors will be the great way to add a little pizazz to your workout.

  • Color blocking monokini.
  • Perfect for fashion swimming and fitness.


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    on 10/4/2014
    Feels too small

    I ordered this product in the blue - expect very bright colors.  Ok....they'll fade with sun.  In addition I should have trusted my gut.  My measurements were on the top side of a small, but I'm rarely a small.  I could wear it, but there was too little coverage, ie. too much boob out the side.  Anyway, it's a nice suit with good bra padding and I'll re-order a medium.

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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.